Four Fulton area residents graduated in December from William Woods University.
Sharon Paris of Kingdom City, Mo., and Ivana Popovic` of Fulton, Mo., both received bachelor of arts degrees. Emily Frances Stieferman of Mokane, Mo., received a bachelor of science degree. Alicia L. Belmore of Fulton received a master of business administration degree.
Paris is the daughter of Oliver Doerflinges of Centerview. Popovic` is the daughter of Milan and Snez`ana Popovic of Zemun, Yugoslavia. Stieferman is the daughter of Eddie and Mary Stieferman of Mokane. Belmore is the daughter of James and Susan Craig and wife of James Belmore, all of Fulton.
William Woods University is an independent, professions-oriented, liberal arts institution serving the educational needs of both men and women. The 170-acre campus is located in the mid-Missouri community of Fulton. Since its founding in 1870, the mission of William Woods has been to provide a quality education while ensuring the development of the individual.
William Woods has an enrollment of about 2,000 students. The university offers both graduate and undergraduate degrees in a variety of disciplines in both campus and outreach settings.
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