College Notes

More than 7,000 students received degrees during the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s spring commencement ceremonies, held May 11-12.

The ceremony for doctoral and medical professional graduates was held May 11 at the Kohl Center. 

Bachelor’s, master’s and law graduates received their degrees May 12 at Camp Randall.

Steve Levitan, a UW-Madison graduate and co-creator and executive producer of the ABC hit comedy “Modern Family,” spoke during ceremonies held at the Camp Randall Stadium on campus.

The following students from Sun Prairie received their degrees this spring. Degree recipients from are listed with college, degree, major and distinction, if any.

  • Shannon Bashor, School of Education, Bachelor of Science-Athletic Training, Athletic Training
  • Joseph Baumann, College of Engineering, Master of Science-Industrial Engineering, Industrial Engineering
  • Paul Benedict, School of Business, Master of Business Administration, Business: General Management
  • Abbey Benzine, College of Letters and Science, Master of Science-Statistics, Statistics
  • Allen Berman, College of Letters and Science, Bachelor of Science, Economics
  • Shay Bourgeois, College of Letters and Science, Bachelor of Science, Chemistry
  • Marielle Brenner, School of Med & Public Health, Doctor of Medicine, Medicine
  • Lauren Caruso, School of Pharmacy, Doctor of Pharmacy, Pharmacy
  • Kayla Daniels, College of Letters and Science, Master of Social Work, Social Work
  • Elliot Dhuey, College of Ag & Life Sci, Bachelor of Science, Food Science
  • David Ealy, School of Med & Public Health, Master of Science-Biotechnology, Biotechnology
  • Mitchell Eberle, College of Engineering, Bachelor of Science-Computer Engineering, Computer Engineering
  • Brent Eisberner, Law School, Doctor of Law (Juris Doctor), Law
  • Andrew Fabris, College of Letters and Science, Bachelor of Arts, Chinese, German, Graduated with Distinction
  • Kimberly Fields, School of Business, Bachelor of Business Administration, Business: Finance, Investment and Banking
  • Anne Fischer, School of Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice, Nursing Practice
  • Tarah Harms, School of Education, Master of Science-Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis, Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis
  • Aubrey Hart, College of Letters and Science, Bachelor of Arts, Latin American, Caribbean and Iberian Studies, Spanish
  • Caleb Havens, College of Engineering, Bachelor of Science-Materials Science and Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering
  • Benjamin Havlicek, College of Ag & Life Sci, Bachelor of Science, Wildlife Ecology
  • Amy Huseby, College of Letters and Science, Doctor of Philosophy, English
  • Brittany Huser, School of Business, Bachelor of Business Administration, Business: Management and Human Resources, Graduated with Distinction
  • Emily Johnson, College of Letters and Science, Master of Social Work, Social Work
  • Katie Kapler, School of Business, Master of Business Administration, Business: General Management
  • Rebecca Kautz, School of Education, Master of Arts-Art, Art
  • Jacob Knudtson, School of Business, Bachelor of Business Administration, Business: Marketing, Business: Operations and Technology Management
  • Benjamin Konruff, School of Education, Master of Science-Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis, Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis
  • Mark Kowald, School of Nursing, Bachelor of Science-Nursing, Nursing
  • Anna Krupp, School of Nursing, Doctor of Philosophy, Nursing
  • Justin Laridaen, College of Letters and Science, Bachelor of Science, Biology, Graduated with Distinction
  • Travis Leanna, College of Engineering, Bachelor of Science-Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering
  • Claire Limke, College of Letters and Science, Bachelor of Arts, Economics
  • Amy Lor, School of Human Ecology, Bachelor of Science-Human Development and Family Studies, Human Development and Family Studies
  • Maichou Lor, School of Nursing, Doctor of Philosophy, Nursing
  • Conner Marshall, School of Education, Bachelor of Science-Rehabilitation Psychology, Rehabilitation Psychology
  • Tasi-Jo Mcfarlane, College of Letters and Science, Bachelor of Science, Molecular Biology
  • Jason Millis, College of Letters and Science, Bachelor of Arts-Journalism, Journalism
  • Jessica Muesbeck, School of Education, Bachelor of Science-Rehabilitation Psychology, Rehabilitation Psychology
  • Ivana Olson, College of Letters and Science, Bachelor of Arts, Communication Arts
  • Casey Paplow, School of Pharmacy, Doctor of Pharmacy, Pharmacy
  • Arti Patel, College of Letters and Science, Bachelor of Science, Biology
  • Nicole Perrett, College of Ag & Life Sci, Bachelor of Science, Wildlife Ecology
  • Steven Plesh, College of Ag & Life Sci, Bachelor of Science, Wildlife Ecology
  • Mason Poon, College of Ag & Life Sci, Bachelor of Science, Biology
  • Alexandra Procak, School of Med & Public Health, Master of Science-Biotechnology, Biotechnology
  • Maria Pulla-France, College of Letters and Science, Master of Arts-Spanish, Spanish
  • Tyler Reindl, School of Business, Master of Accountancy, Business: Accounting
  • Jonathan Renk, College of Ag & Life Sci, Master of Science-Plant Breeding and Plant Genetics, Plant Breeding and Plant Genetics
  • Morgan Rikli, School of Pharmacy, Doctor of Pharmacy, Pharmacy
  • Emily Rubrich, School of Education, Master of Science-Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis, Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis
  • Jamie Rupert, College of Letters and Science, Bachelor of Arts, Anthropology, Sociology
  • Shannon Schiereck, College of Letters and Science, Bachelor of Science, Neurobiology, Graduated with Distinction
  • Eric Schultz, School of Business, Master of Business Administration, Business: General Management
  • Mikayla Scott, School of Education, Bachelor of Science-Kinesiology, Kinesiology
  • Kyra Silbernagel, College of Letters and Science, Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry
  • Jennifer Wachholz, School of Med & Public Health, Master of Physician Assistant Studies, Physician Assistant
  • Abby Waldo, College of Letters and Science, Bachelor of Science, Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • Kathy Warren, School of Med & Public Health, Master of Science-Biotechnology, Biotechnology
  • Megan Wendt, College of Letters and Science, Master of Social Work, Social Work
  • Erik Woodhouse, School of Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice, Nursing Practice
  • Mai Nhia Yang, College of Letters and Science, Bachelor of Science, Biology
  • Aubrie Zellner, College of Ag & Life Sci, Bachelor of Science, Wildlife Ecology
  • Michael Zimmerman, College of Engineering, Bachelor of Science-Geological Engineering, Geological Engineering
  • Jacob Zonneveld, School of Business, Master of Business Administration, Business: General Management

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