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Celebrations: May 13

May 11, 2010

CAMPUSNEWS

Dan Shuter of Fox Point received a scholarship to study European health systems this summer in Pamplona, Spain. Dan is a student at Indiana University- Bloomington and a 2007 graduate of Nicolet High School.

Katie Hoylman and Shannon Murray, both of Whitefish Bay, have been elected to Lawrence University's chapter of Mortar Board, a national honor society that recognizes outstanding leadership, scholarship and service to the academic community. Katie and Shannon are 2007 graduates of Whitefish Bay High School.

Alex Gooding, a graduate of Whitefish Bay High School, has received the Carl J. Weston Memorial Scholarship from the University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute. The scholarship supports undergraduate students working on Great Lakes and ocean research projects funded by the UW Sea Grant Institute. For the last year and a half, Alex, a sophomore at the University of Wisconsin-Madison majoring in pharmacology and toxicology, has been volunteering in the lab of Warren Heideman, a University of Wisconsin-Madison pharmaceutical scientist.

Catherine Pfeifer of Brown Deer was named the recipient of the 2010 Clifford Crump Phi Beta Kappa Award during a ceremony at Ripon College. The award recognizes a sophomore and junior selected by the Ripon chapter of Phi Beta Kappa on the basis of academics, intellectual interest outside the classroom and service to the community. Catherine is a junior majoring in English and German.

• The following students of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and members of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Club Tennis team recently advanced in the United States Tennis Association's National Campus Championship: Matt Ship - Glendale; Megan Bartholomew, Caitlin Kammarait and Dmitry Ragozin - Mequon; Bobby Spector - River Hills and Emily Mackay- Whitefish Bay.

Hannah Werner of Shorewood recently took part in the 10th Annual Student Research Symposium at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. More than 100 Coe students showcased their academic projects which ranged from academic research to artistic display and performance.

Michael Draper of Glendale, Inga Schuchard of Mequon and Michael Ratkovitch of Whitefish Bay graduated from the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kan., this spring.

SCHOOLSCENE

Allison Kress and Bradley Pelisek, both students at Homestead High School, were invited to attend the All-State Scholars Banquet that brings together 120 students to recognize their academic achievements. Students were chosen as All-State Scholars by a committee of school administrators, based on overall grade-point average and scores for the ACT or SAT college admission tests.

Michael Nettesheim of Fox Point was invited to attend the All-State Scholars Banquet that brings together 120 students to recognize their academic achievements. Students were chosen as All-State Scholars by a committee of school administrators, based on overall grade-point average and scores for the ACT or SAT college admission tests. He is a student at Marquette University High School.

Eric Schwartz of Fox Point was invited to attend the All-State Scholars Banquet that brings together 120 students to recognize their academic achievements. Students were chosen as All-State Scholars by a committee of school administrators, based on overall grade-point average and scores for the ACT or SAT college admission tests. He is a student at Whitefish Bay High School.

Lauren Hammer of Shorewood was invited to attend the All-State Scholars Banquet that brings together 120 students to recognize their academic achievements. Students were chosen as All-State Scholars by a committee of school administrators, based on overall grade-point average and scores for the ACT or SAT college admission tests. She is a student at Divine Holy Angels High School.

Minh-Tam Trinh, a student at Whitefish Bay High School, was invited to attend the All-State Scholars Banquet that brings together 120 students to recognize their academic achievements. Students were chosen as All-State Scholars by a committee of school administrators, based on overall grade-point average and scores for the ACT or SAT college admission tests.

Sahitya Raja and Caitlin Geary, both students of Homestead High School, were among 10 Milwaukee area middle school and high school students who competed in the statewide finals of National History Day at the Wisconsin Historical Society in Madison.

YOURNEIGHBORS

George M. Lange of River Hills was elected president-elect of the Wisconsin Medical Society during its annual meeting.

Ludmilla Bollow of Glendale took second place for "Nine O'clock Mamie" in the spring writing contest offered by the Wisconsin Regional Writers Association. Ludmilla received $100 as her prize.

Janet Nortrom and Susan Little were elected co-presidents at the Milwaukee north shore branch of the American Association of University Women. American Association of University Women is dedicated to advancing equity for women and girls through advocacy, education and research.

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