Nine students named Chancellor's Scholars
Nine University of Nebraska–Lincoln students will be recognized as Chancellor's Scholars during the undergraduate commencement ceremony Dec. 15 at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
Chancellor's Scholars are students who have maintained 4.0 grade-point averages on all collegiate work at Nebraska and elsewhere.
The following is a list of Chancellor's Scholars by hometown. The information includes academic major(s), college(s) and parents' names.
Glenvil: Erika Lynne Harms, agricultural economics, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Randy and Karla Harms.
Hickman: Sierra Rose Nelson, agribusiness (banking and finance), College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Kerby and Cindy Nelson.
Lincoln: Summer Rose Kennett, elementary education, College of Education and Human Sciences, Shane Kennett and Tim Kennett; Jenna Ray Rempe, accounting and finance, College of Business, Dale and Kathy Rempe.
North Platte: Taylor JoAnn Johnson, communication sciences and disorders, and pre-nursing, College of Education and Human Sciences, Tony Johnson and Jayne Johnson.
Ames, Iowa: Danielle Marie Breen, accounting, College of Business, Patrick and Amy Breen.
Kansas City, Missouri: Carolyn Herrera, psychology, College of Arts and Sciences, Karen Herrera and Gerardo Herrera.
Haining, China: Fang Yue, finance, College of Business.
Ipoh, Malaysia: Mun Chun Cheong, actuarial science, College of Business, Kock Yoong Cheong and Chooi Kuen Chong.