Area students earn UW-Madison degrees

Thirty-nine area students graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison  in May.

  Christopher Mueller of Belgium graduated from the School of Business with a bachelor of business administration degree in actuarial science and risk management and insurance.

Hannah Nordby of Fredonia earned a bachelor of science degree in biolology from the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.

Grafton students graduating with distinction from the College of Letters and Science are Matthew Fischer, bachelor of science degree in neurobiology and Spanish; Sarah Mcleod, bachelor of arts degree with honors in English, gender and women’s studies and psychology; Alex Pavelic, bachelor of arts degree with honors in chemistry; and Daniel Prohuska, bachelor of arts degree in journalism.

Other Grafton students graduating from the College of Letters and Sciences are Brady Bloomer, bachelor of science degree in economics; Jordan Gardipee, bachelor of science degree in astronomy-physics; Morgan Lock, bachelor of arts degree in journalism; Jonathon Meyer, bachelor of science degree in German and neurobiology; Connor Ramsey, bachelor of arts degree in political science and sociology; Gregory Sorrell, bachelor of science degree in computer sciences and data science; and Josiah Tamsen, bachelor of science degree in computer sciences.

Grafton students graduating from theSchool of Business are Ian Bould, bachelor of business administration degree in management and human resources; Drew Donahue, master of accountancy degree in accounting; Scott Grady, master of business administration degree in general management; Lizbeth Huertas, bachelor of business administration degree in management and human resources and risk management and insurance; and Claire Liu, who graduated with distinction with a bachelor of business administration degree in actuarial science and risk management and insurance.

Graduating from the College of Engineering were Grafton students Samuel Fruncek and Callan Hanley, who each earned a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering.

Grafton student Nicole Golownia graduated with distinction from the School of Education with a bachelor of fine arts degree in art.

Grafton students John Kluck and Katie Knott, who graduated with distinction, earned bachlor of science degrees in kinesiology from the School of Education.

Jacquelyn Miller of Grafton graduated from the School of Education with a bachelor of science degree in elementary and special education.

  Lauren Glaza of Grafton graduated from the School of Pharmacy with a bachelor of science degree in pharmaceutical sciences.

Chloe Herbrand of Grafton earned a bachelor of science degree in community and nonprofit leadership from the School of Human Ecology.

Faith Kettenhoven of Grafton earned a bachelor of science degree in nursing from the School of Nursing.

Grafton student Viktoriya Ovsepyan earned a doctor of medicine degree from the School of Medicine and Public Health.

Jasmin Kiani of Port Washington graduated from the School of Business with a bachelor of business administration degree in accounting.

Masuma Zulfakar of Port earned his master of business administration degree in management and human resources from the School of Business.

Port student Elise Large graduated with distinction from the College  of Agricultural and Life Sciences with a bachelor of science degree in biology.

Sybil Mueller of Port earned a bachelor of science degree in horticulture from the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.

Port student Aly Orvis graduated from the College of Letters and Science with a bachelor of arts degree in international studies and political science.

Chloe Stevens of Port graduated with honors from the College of Letters and Science with a bachelor of science degree in biochemistry, neurobiology and psychology.

Anna Aversa of Saukville earned a bachelor of arts degree from the College of Letters and Science.

Saukville student Kylin Korb earned a bachelor of business administration degree in marketing and business, real estate and urban land economics from the School of Business.

Ryan Liebergen of Saukville graduated with distinction from the School of Business with a bachelor of business administration degree in accounting.

Saukville student Felicity Rondeau earned a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from the College of Letters and Science.

Jonathan Vichich of Saukville graduated from the College of Letters and Science with a bachelor of science degree in economics, Latin and neurobiology.

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