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Celebrations: Sept. 1

Aug. 31, 2011

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The following graduates earned bachelor's degrees, or other degrees as noted, from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in May: from Brown Deer, Ian Boschert, operations management, and Debra Kozeniecki, accounting; from Glendale, Daniel Hansher, multimedia digital arts, and Robert Stewart, accounting, cum laude; from Mequon, Lindsay Depies, special education, magna cum laude, and Lisa Dlugopolski, journalism, cum laude; from Theinsville, Clayton Brath, master's degree in business administration, and Amanda Kuster, chemistry; and from Whitefish Bay, Joseph Carroll, economics, and Erik Kath, management, cum laude.

The following graduates earned bachelor's degrees from the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota in May: Patrick Donaldson of Brown Deer, health promotion; Patrick Noonan of Glendale, business administration; and Katherine Fleck of Mequon, psychology.

The following students made the spring semester dean's list at Winona State University in Minnesota: from Brown Deer, Charles Bach and Nathan Seefeldt; from Fox Point, John Jarzombek; from Glendale, Matthew Dobbe; and from Mequon, Elizabeth Krahn, Matthew Gruettner, Nicole Kruesel, Danielle Schultz and Tyler Schmitt.

Emily Lawent of Shorewood and Hannah Tiedt of Whitefish Bay made the spring semester honor roll at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.

Meghan Roesner of Fox Point was recognized as a Founders Scholar at Indiana University in Bloomington for the spring semester and was inducted into the Phi Eta Sigma national honor society and the Alpha Lamba Delta national honor society.

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