· The following graduates earned bachelor's degrees or other degrees as noted at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in May: from Germantown, Staci Jean Baker, biochemistry, Lydia Esther Blaubach, nursing, John Patrick Bohlken, communication arts, Jordan Elise Bowe, philosophy, psychology, Joshua Aaron Dawson, mechanical engineering, John Joseph Dietz IV, legal studies, political science, Kyle Timothy Dittloff, microbiology, Katherine Lily Hanes, English, sociology, Jasmine V Jolitz, wildlife ecology, Erik Joel Knudson, accounting, business, Jessica Jean Kuehn, business, Kayla Ashlyn McCann, international studies, political science, Samantha Rose Patti, history, political science, Jacob Benjamin Pearce, journalism, Nathaniel Philip Raiche, communication arts, Peter Louis Studer, economics, political science, Victoria Ellen Vertelka, international studies and Jessica Erin Zahn, doctorate in pharmacy; and from Menomonee Falls, Haley Rae Alt, asian studies, Japanese, Matthew Joseph Beck, accounting, Brent Daniel Becker, accounting, Kaitlyn Henrietta Burchardt, chemistry, Susie Xi Chen, doctorate in medicine, Alexandra Fletcher Dewalt, English, Nicole Katherine Domask, master's in industrial engineering, Peter John Henningsen, business, Alexandra Leigh Koelbl, English, David Charles Kuehn Jr, computer sciences, Anzal Mehdi Malik, business, Alicia Maria Medina, biology, Meagan C Minster, social work, Troy Micheal Nielsen, accounting, Bethanee Grace Nitz, community and environmental sociology, Whitney Marie Reimer, elementary education, Holly Rindfleisch, business, Stefanie Lynn Schmidbauer, journalism, Brittany Marie Sefiddashti, communication arts, William Charles Sherry, history, Heather Lynn Sterzinger, accounting, Carissa Anne Tumidajewicz, social welfare and Brooke Allison Weiland, biology, environmental studies.
· Emily A. Pohl of Menomonee Falls earned a bachelor's degree in biology, magna cum laude, at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul in May.
·Ashley Wangerin of Menomonee Falls earned her bachelor's degree, nursing, cum laude, and Marissa Goelden of Germantown earner her bachelor's degree, nursing, magna cum laude, at Carroll University in Waukesha in May.
·Jeremy Kaemmer of Germantown and Pamela Anne Breitrick of Menomonee Falls were named to the spring semester dean's list at the University of Iowa.
· Froedtert Health Community Memorial Hospital in Menomonee Falls recognized Joani Fraley, registered nurse, as their third quarter DAISY award winner July 23. Fraley, a resident of Hartford, is a registered nurse in the Birthing Center and has worked with the hospital since 2001. DAISY, an acronym for Diseases Attacking the Immune System, recognizes nurses as unsung heroes of our society who deserve more recognition and honor than they receive. More than 1,000 hospitals throughout the United States participate in the DAISY award program.
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