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Student Notes 07/15/10

UM-Twin Cities

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.

UW-Eau Claire

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.

Viterbo University

Daniel Kelm of Delafield was named to the spring 2010 dean's list at Viterbo University, La Crosse.

Winona State University

Crystal Nollen of Hartland graduated summa cum laude from Winona State University, Minn., with a bachelor's degree in finance.

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