June 16, 2011
A total of 146 students were named Roadman Scholars at Morningside College in recognition of high academic distinction for the 2010-11 academic year.
Roadman Scholars must be full-time students who have completed at least 45 credits of college work with a cumulative grade point average of 3.76 or above. The award is named in honor of the late Earl Roadman, who was president of Morningside College from 1936 to 1956.
The Roadman Scholars are:
From Sioux City – Kaeli Austin, Monica Blaine, Kyle Bubb, Samantha Camerer, Dawn Conover, Erin Downing, Kimberly Downs, Jessica Embke, Judith Ford, Travis Hanson, Lindze Hass, Mary Horton, Daren Koehler, Sunnie Ludwigs, Megan Mosher, Brianna Mozer, Cherie Nguyen, Brittany Poss, Breanna Schwartz, John Sitzmann, David Steward, Andrea Stodola, Amanda Suing, and Sadie Thompson.
From Iowa – Vanessa Acosta, Denison; Jordan Aggen, Anita; Rebecca Anderson, Lawton; Hollyann Anderson, Laurens; Kathleen Arnts, Alta; Tessa Baker, Akron; Haley Banks, Westfield; Emily Beaton, Spencer; Lydia Bienlien, Glenwood; Erin Bohlmann, Denison; Brittany Buren, Vail; Keshia DeRocher, Le Mars; Megan Deichmann, Marcus; Katherine Delaney, Lake Park; Nathaniel Drees, Spencer; Demirae Dunn, Cherokee; Victoria Elphic, Latimer; Katherine Ericson, Hawarden; Stefanie Ford, Brooklyn; Marissa Gregg, Hawarden; Nicholas Grove, Grimes; John Harris, Holstein; Danielle Hulst, Hospers; Robin Jackson, Grimes; Jacy Jahn, Denison; Jacque Kessenich, Le Mars; Courtney Kinnander, Armstrong; Cody Kruckenberg, George; Michelle Kuester, Sergeant Bluff; Monte Larsen, Neola; Jennifer Lau, Sergeant Bluff; Heidi Lieber, Lawton; Mallory Lowe, Panora; Madalyn Mardesen, Elliott; Amanda Martens, Shelby; Katherine Matasovsky, Storm Lake; Breanna Mathes, Cherokee; Jedidiah McCoy, Climbing Hill; Christina Meyerhoff, George; Lauri Nees, Early; Leah Nielsen, Sergeant Bluff; Benjamin Nuzum, Mondamin; Michael Oetken, Akron; Sara Olson, Marcus; Jaime Parkinson, Rock Rapids; Rachel Penning, Granville; Bradley Penning, Granville; Jacquelyn Peters, Fonda; Whitney Postma, Ireton; Steven Postolka, Sioux Rapids; Emma Remy, Urbandale; Jessica Rix, Sioux Rapids; Courtney Ruff, Council Bluffs; Blake Schany, Emmetsburg; Lauren Scherff, Fort Dodge; Brecca Schindel, Merrill; Shannon Schroeder, Cherokee; Tabitha Shepherd, Corning; Sabrina Sieperda, Rock Rapids; Lindsey Siepier, Laurens; Kaylee Spotts, Ida Grove; Jordan Staples, Spencer; Ashleigh Starr, Avoca; Kelci Teut, Hinton; Laura Tolkamp, Lawton; Justin Truckenmiller, Sibley; Ariel Turnquist, Alta; Maggie Vander Stelt, Maurice; Emma Vander Zyl, Des Moines; Courtney Vaughn, Fort Dodge; Jordan Walsh, Odebolt; Derek White, Grimes; Jacob Widman, Sergeant Bluff; and Michele Witcombe, Cherokee.
From other states – Jessica Bartak, Ewing, Neb.; Shelby Beaudette, Walthill, Neb.; Joshua Beutler, Bancroft, Neb.; Hanna Blum, Gretna, Neb.; Jessica Boschen, Newman Grove, Neb.; Jenna Bowmaster, Lincoln, Neb.; Sydney Brisco, Scottsbluff, Neb.; Krystal Carlson, Richfield, Minn.; Danielle Dahlkoetter, Grant, Neb.; Briana Dietrich, Flandreau, S.D.; Chelsey Dunivan, Meadow Grove, Neb.; Lydia Ford, Vermillion, S.D.; Brittney Foxhoven, South Sioux City, Neb.; Mary Froeschl, Falls City, Neb.; Claire Gibbons, Duluth, Minn.; Lisa Grosvenor, Newcastle, Neb.; Maria Guzman, South Sioux City, Neb.; Jacob Hamburger, Hastings, Neb.; Karen Hatlestad, Maplewood, Minn.; Heather Hoefs, Valentine, Neb.; Melissa James, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Kelsey Kallhoff, Neligh, Neb.; Kylie Kneifl, Omaha, Neb.; Jessica Kuhr, Platte Center, Neb.; Jeremy Lenz, Lincoln, Neb.; Samantha McCarville, McCook, Neb.; Cameron Meter, Lincoln, Neb.; Elliot Mitchell, West Point, Neb.; Matthew Muschall, Omaha, Neb.; Charles Nixon, Norfolk, Neb.; Elizabeth Norton, Yuma, Ariz.; Leann Osten, Columbus, Neb.; Anastasia Ott, Trumbull, Neb.; Miriam Pfahler, Pierre, S.D.; Aaron Roberg, Grand Island, Neb.; Reid Rosen, Fairmont, Minn.; Daniel Rudeen, Dakota Dunes, S.D.; Haley Rutherford, Glendale, Ariz.; Nancy Seeman, Stanton, Neb.; Mariah Stauffer, Omaha, Neb.; Kailey Stoupa, Fremont, Neb.; Evan Swan, South Sioux City, Neb.; Charles Szitas, Meadville, Pa.; Nicole Van Heek, Crofton, Neb.; Jennifer Williams, Nisland, S.D.; and RaeChael Zabokrtsky, Endicott, Neb.
From other countries – Gustav Hollnagel, Dresden, Germany; Nancy Waterstraat, Stralsund, Germany.
Morningside College enrolled 1,991 full-time and part-time students for the 2010-11 academic year and welcomes students of all faiths and backgrounds. Morningside offers five bachelor’s degrees, including bachelor of arts, bachelor of science, bachelor of music, bachelor of music education, and bachelor of nursing, and a master of arts in teaching degree. The college was founded in 1894 by the Methodist Episcopal Church and remains affiliated with the United Methodist Church today.
For information about attending Morningside College, contact the Admissions office at (712) 274-5111 or visit the college’s Web site at www.morningside.edu.