Campus Notes

Published 9:00 am Saturday, July 28, 2018

Area students graduate

St. Cloud State University graduated more than 1,120 students during spring semester 2018. Commencement ceremonies took place May 4. Among the graduates: Ana Guenther of Alden received a Master’s degree in  applied behavior analysis, Haley Deml of Ellendale graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in English and Jacklyn Einertson received an Associate degree in liberal arts and sciences.

Lake Mills native graduates

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St. Olaf President David R. Anderson presided over the college’s 129th commencement ceremony May 27. McKinley Shifflett, daughter of Kari and Craig Shifflett of Lake Mills, received a degree in chemistry.

Area student recognized

The University of Wisconsin-Platteville named Jacob Wallin of Alden to the dean’s list honoring full-time students who earned high honors in the spring semester. In order to qualify, students must earn a grade point average of 3.5.

University of Minnesota releases dean’s list

Many area students were named to the U of M dean’s list for the spring 2018 academic semester. Among those recognized were: Nicole Borneman, Sean Brownlow, Lindsey Freitag, Tori Helgeson, Beau Johnsrud, Hannalee Kingstrom, Brett Peterson and Claire Sherman, all of Albert Lea; Elena Schewe of Alden; Ahnika Jensen of Clarks Grove; Madison Nelson of Emmons; Katherine Schiltz of Glenville; Alison Pryor of Hollandale; Garrett Johnson of Kiester and Bethany Koziolek of Wells.To qualify for the dean’s list, a student must complete 12 or more letter-graded credits while attaining a 3.66 grade point average.

Area students graduate

The following students were among 744 students to receive degrees from the University of Wisconsin ­- River Falls in May. Bachelor’s degrees were awarded to 630 undergraduates while 114 students received master’s degrees. Ethan Dahl of Emmons received a degree in geology, Abigail Jensen of Hartland received a degree in agricultural studies, Kyle Manning of Hollandale received a degree in conservation and Hannah Light of New Richland received a degree in agricultural business.