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Student Notes 07/15/10
Students named to the spring 2010 dean's list at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities include, from Delafield: Erik Kanter, Aaron Keniski, Samantha Seaberg, Victoria Stormo; from Hartland: Angela Baggio, Lauren Haas, Zachery Martin; from Nashotah: Natalie Wasilczuk; from Pewaukee: Brittney Bateman, Sara Gomoll, Erin Nonnamaker, Kristen Verre, Elizabeth Wehrheim, Sarah Wehrheim.
Local students named to the spring 2010 dean's list at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire include, from Delafield: Courtney Carlson, Chad Glisch; from Hartland: Lauren Batcher, Cassia Harder, Michelle Reinders, Elizabeth Zacharias; from Pewaukee: Stephanie Collura, Ashley Coursin, Alyssa Hollowell, Kacie Kartman, Kevin McInerney, Aric Runzheimer.
Joel Prince of Sussex earned academic honors in spring 2010 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Several local students graduated in spring from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. All listed here earned bachelor's degrees, unless otherwise indicated. They are, from Delafield: Matthew Gericke, magna cum laude, finance; Craig Herrforth, magna cum laude, operations management; Jaclyn Mucha, human resource management; Amanda Muhich, cum laude, art; Jason Robinson, accounting; from Hartland: Emily Berkholtz, journalism; Jamie Boehm, magna cum laude, sociology, Mackenzie Clark, magna cum laude, individually designed LS; Karri Duerwachter, journalism; Kaitlyn Faulls, magna cum laude, human resource management; Steven Gmeinder, master's degree, business administration; Megan Greulich, speech; Kayla Griffioen, occupational safety; Amanda Kroneberg, associate's of arts; Marc Lucey, magna cum laude, finance; Michael Maras, operations management; Jacob Mattson, magna cum laude, finance; Holly Nieuwenhuis, speech; Michelle Nowicki, psychology; Charles Ruhland, cum laude, physics; Brittain Sellers, magna cum laude, accounting; Heather Trapp, master's degree, special education; from Okauchee: Michael Bendall, geography; Adam Ramme, master's degree, business administration; from Pewaukee: Emily Dimoff, magna cum laude, special education; Stephanie Connolly Easterling, master's degree, accounting; Michelle Lutzen, master's degree, accounting; Deanna Nickey, biology; Charles Osborn, master's degree, business administration; Katherine Stromer, speech; Kristin Wrobbel, marketing; Andrea Young, magna cum laude, speech.
Daniel Kelm of Delafield was named to the spring 2010 dean's list at Viterbo University, La Crosse.
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Crystal Nollen of Hartland graduated summa cum laude from Winona State University, Minn., with a bachelor's degree in finance.
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