Kathryn Albers, Green Bay, earned a master’s degree in communicative disorders-speech and language pathology, communication disorders from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in May 2014. Jeanne Wall, Greenleaf, earned a master of science in general education.
The following earned bachelor’s degrees.
De Pere: Jeffrey Heil, forestry management, urban forestry; Jacob Lauer, biology; Mark Puckhaber, health promotion; Alex Sabin, theatre-drama; Cortney Sabin, psychology-human services, Spanish; Branden Westlund, clinical laboratory science-medical technology; Kalie Hendricks, interior architecture.
Green Bay: Sara Babbitts, communicative disorders; Lauren Bechle, elementary/special education; Karlee Becker, business administration-finance/insurance/real estate-Wis.; Logan Becker, business administration-finance/insurance/real estate-Wis.; Kyle Bennett, geography-GIS and cartography; Joseph Berg, biology; Marissa Christensen, family and consumer sciences-family life education; Kristin Cmeyla, communicative disorders, Spanish; Amandina Cyrus, wildlife ecology-information/education; Andrew Dax, health promotion; Connor Falk, English; Nathan Heim, business administration; Abigail Hencheck, international studies, Religious Studies; Kelli Hultman, paper science and engineering; Lance Kaster, communications-interpersonal/organizational, media emphasis; Mitchell Klapper, athletic training; Michael Lawrenz, forestry management; Lauren Nelsen, communications-public relations; Diandra Nero, elementary education; Sarah Pahl, communications-public relations; Allison Perrigoue, biology; Jacob Ponkratz, resource management-environmental education and interpretation; Josh Rickert, health promotion; Kenneth Rovinski, geography-human geography; Leslie Arts, international studies, political science; Stephanie Siebers, interior architecture; Erin Simons, dietetics; Catherine Smith, arts management; Tyler Umentum, physical education; Chelsea VandeHei, communicative disorders; Brianna Weyers, elementary, special education; Micah Witte, biology; Alex Wouters, biology, psychology; Ali Zimmerman, psychology-human services.
Lena: Paul Belongia, wildlife ecology-research/management; Mitchell Lotter, business administration-finance/insurance/real estate-Wis. Luxemburg: Amanda Heckenlaible, biology, wildlife ecology-research/management. New Franken: Adam Offerdahl, paper science and engineering. Oconto: Ryan Bourassa, forestry management. Oconto Falls: Adam Cadena, sociology; Jared Henne, business administration-entrepreneurship; Kimberly Maedke, geography-human geography. Oneida: Melanie August, business administration-management, sociology; Rebecca Froehlich, psychology. Pulaski: Alecia Richards, psychology; Antonio RosaTorres, communications-public relations. Seymour: Megan Helein, psychology-human services; Kaleb Jefson, business administration-management; Eric Truyman, communications-media emphasis. Sobieski: Emily Alger-Feser, English; Joseph Szczepanski, forestry management. Suamico: Amy Hibbard, clinical laboratory science-medical technology; Ashley White, communications-media, public relations; Brian Young, political science. Wrightstown: Joseph Weyenberg, elementary education.