110 KCAI students make Dean's List

17 January 2011

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Jan. 20, 2010) -- The Kansas City Art Institute has announced that the following students made the Dean’s List for the fall 2010 semester:
 
Ashley
Ailor
Sasha
Alexandra
Heather
Anacker
Kelsey
Anderson
Luke
Babb
Christen
Baker
Micah
Barta
Charika
Billie
Shae
Bishop
Anna
Blanck
Sarah
Bogosh
Sandra
Bojanic
Shelby
Burchett
Julian
Chams
Oliver
Clark
Ian
Cochran
Emily
Connell
Shelby
Cook
Christopher
Daharsh
Erin
Darlington
Sebra
Debrecht
Megan
Delius
Derek
Dobbins
Marc
Drumwright
Diana
Durrant
Bethany
Ediger
Amy
Erickson
Maya
Espinosa
Rebekka
Federle
Miles
Fermin
Marshall
Fife
William
Findley
Robert
Frankhouse
Dayna
Freeman
Joseph
Fuller
Margaret
Garrett
Brett
Ginsburg
Tyson
Gough
Rachel
Gregor
Jason
Guelbert
Kendell
Harbin
Jennifer
Hayden
Sarah
Hazelwood
Christopher
Hilberg
Sarah
Hinesley
Theresa
Hitchcock
Sara
Hoefer
Jules
Itzkoff
Rhianna
James
Molly
Kaderka
Michael
Kelly
Erin
Kennedy
Emily
Kenyon
Jordan
Kern
Mitchell
Kirkwood
Lena
Klett
Michelle
Kozubek
Natalie
Krause
Rachel
Kruse
Jordan
Kucera
Amanda
Laffoon
Amos
Leager
Kelsey
Livingston
Sophie
Loiselle
Samantha
Ludwig
Katharine
Lyons
Samantha
Mak
Anna
Marten
Alyssa
May
Christen
Mazurak-Fike
Kristen
McLaren
Sarah
McPherson
Kathryn
McRoberts
William
Meier
Douglas
Meloche
Ann
Mendenhall
Timothy
Morales
Jeffrey
Morice
Tierra
Nelson
Danette
Newton
Naomi
O'Donnell
Cecelia
Otero
Evan
Pardue
Sara
Perkins
Lua
Pettit
Alexandra
Pintus
Ingrida
Pleiryte
Wen Ling
Qiu
Sigrid
Quade
Thomas
Redmon
Jessie
Ren
Rachel
Rolon
Amanda
Ross
Erin
Russell
Devon
Schiller
Jaclyn
Senne
Cynthia
Smith
Stuart
Smith
Courtney
Soldan-Els
Stephanie
Son
Tess
Stilwell
Kaitlin
Twiss
Anna
Vining
Frederick
Vorder-Bruegge
Jordan
Voss
Jennifer
Watson
Katie
Weatherly
Lauren
Wells
Travis
Williams
Maura
Wright
 
About the Kansas City Art Institute
 
With an enrollment of about 750 students, the Kansas City Art Institute is a private, independent four-year college of art and design awarding the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with majors in animation, art history, ceramics, digital filmmaking, digital media, fiber, graphic design, illustration, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture and studio art with an emphasis on creative writing. The college also offers certificate programs in Community Arts and Service Learning and in Asian Studies for students enrolled in the B.F.A. program. KCAI hosts “Current Perspectives,” a free public lecture series; free exhibitions at the H&R Block Artspace gallery; and evening, weekend and summer classes in art, design, multimedia studies and desktop publishing for children, youth and adults. Founded in 1885, KCAI is Kansas City’s oldest arts organization. For more information, visit KCAI on the Web at www.kcai.edu.