Area students earn degrees from UW-Milwaukee

Forty-four area students were among those receiving degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee on Sunday, May 22.

  Megan Bergin of Belgium earned a bachelor of science degree from the  College of Letters and Science.

Joseph Duschene of Belgium received a bachelor of science degree from the School of Architecture and Urban Planning.

Fredonia students Alecia Acevedo and Elizabeth Cantrall earned associate of arts and sciences degrees from the College of General Studies, Associate of Arts and Sciences.

Lian Brenner of Fredonia earned a  master of health care administration degree from the College of Health Sciences.

Bailey Sanderson of Fredonia received a bachelor of science degree from the College of Health Sciences.

Grafton students Nicole Auchter and Angela Marx both earned master of science degrees from the College of Health Sciences.

Maclaine Stahl and Kayla Tsui, both of Grafton, received bachelor of science degrees from the College of Health Sciences.

Grafton students Eric Dlugopolski, Douglas Haynes,  Benjamin Herzfeld and Dennis Kaestner each received a bachelor of science degree in engineering from the College of Engineering and Applied Science.

Griffin Dowling of Grafton received a bachelor of science degree from the School of Information Studies.

Alyssa Galicia of Grafton earned a master of science degree from the School of Education while Grafton students Rashad Ivy, Maxwell Lerret, Taylor Lindow, Emily Martin and Gina Reich each received bachelor of science degrees from the school.

Angela Liang of Grafton earned a bachelor of science degree from the College of Nursing.

Earning bachelor of science degrees from the College of Letters and Science were Grafton students Jake Markiewicz, Ian Morley,  Aleia Olson and Ian Schermer.

Ethen Mathias of Grafton earned an associate of arts and sciences degree from the College of General Studies.

Jennifer Szedziewski of Grafton received a master of business administration degree from the Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business while Grafton students Kiley Niemeyer and Matthew Tietz received bachelor of business administration degrees from the school.

Jayden Richards of Grafton earned master of science degree from the Helen Bader School of Social Welfare and Gretchen Lilly of Grafton received a bachelor of science degree from the school.

David Schreurs of Port Washington received a doctor of philosophy degree from the College of Letters and Sciences.

Earning bachelor of arts degrees from the College of Letters and Science degrees were Port residents Olivia Dimmer, Monica Gotthart and Isabella Parins.

Salvator Gauthier of Port received a bachelor of science degree from the   School of Education.

Port Washington resident Gretchen Lilly earned a bachelor of science degree from the Helen Bader School of Social Welfare.

Emily Adkins of Saukville earned a master of arts degree from the College of Letters and Science while Saukville resident Seth Herlinger received a bachelor of arts degree from the college.

Lisa Biertzer of Saukville earned a master of science degree from the School of Education.

Saukville resident Erica Gremminger earned a bachelor of science degree from the Helen Bader School of Social Welfare.

Nicholas Kumar of Saukville  received a bachelor of science degree from the School of Information Studies.

Saukville resident Erik Swendson earned an associate of arts and sciences degree from the College of General Studies.

Susan Borchardt of Waubeka earned a doctor of philosophy degree from the College of Letters and Science.

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