Campus newsThese news briefs contain information about River Falls area residents and their collegiate accomplishments. Look for more campus news in almost every printed issue of the River Falls Journal.
These news briefs contain information about River Falls area residents and their collegiate accomplishments. Look for more campus news in almost every printed issue of the River Falls Journal.
Framingham State University
FRAMINGHAM, MA. -- Christopher Giebe of River Falls was recently placed on the dean’s list at Framingham State University.
To be selected for the list, a student must earn a quality point average of 3.25 or higher.
LA CROSSE -- Four hundred forty-three students were candidates for graduation at Viterbo University's spring commencement ceremony Saturday, May 14, at the La Crosse Center.
Among them was Katelyn Rubenzer of River Falls, who earned a Bachelor of Science in English.
SPOKANE, WASH. -- Anne Szotkowski, a resident of River Falls, has earned placement on the Gonzaga University president's list for spring semester 2011.
Students must earn a 3.70 to 4.0 grade point average to be listed.
Dean’s list students
EAU CLAIRE -- Several students, all from River Falls and Roberts, were named to the UW-Eau Claire dean’s list for the 2011 spring semester. These are their names, the college they attend and their majors:
Erika Andrle, College of Education and Human Sciences, communication sciences and disorders; Clairce Baumgartner, College of Education and Human Sciences, social studies; Bryan Gontarek and Jennifer Pierce, College of Arts and Sciences, biology; Rebecca Hubbard and Chelsey Oleson, College of Arts and Sciences, psychology; Emily Johnson, College of Education and Human Sciences, elementary education; Rachel Joslin-Zirngible and Sean Morrison, College of Arts and Sciences, history; Alicia Kaltenberg and Natasha Trebus, College of Education and Human Sciences, special education; Lauren Oas, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, nursing; Ashley Van Galen, College of Arts and Sciences, chemistry; and Tristan Williams, College of Arts and Sciences, mathematics.
University of Minnesota -- Duluth
DULUTH, MINN. -- These students, from River Falls and Roberts, recently graduated from the University of Minnesota -- Duluth. Their names and degrees are:
Jessalyn Eddy, Bachelor of Fine Arts, art education -- K-12, with departmental honors, and magna cum laude; Natalie Hansen and Ella Olson, Bachelor of Applied Sciences, elementary and middle school education; and Jeremy Thornsberry, Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Accounting.
Katie Herum, Heather Rothbauer
MENOMONIE -- These students who live in River Falls and Roberts are employed through the Cooperative Education Program at UW-Stout:
Katie Herum, whose major is business administration is a marketing and sales intern at Martha O’Hara Interiors in Hopkins, Minn.; and Heather Rothbauer, whose major is hotel restaurant and tourism management and works at the Stone Harbor Resort and Conference Center in Sturgeon Bay.
Students who take part in the program acquire practical career-related experience in a professional setting, apply academic knowledge and skills to a co-op learning experience related to their profession and develop professional, career-related transferable skills.
WILLIAMSTOWN, MA. -- Clint Robins, the son of Floriane Robins-Brown of St. Paul, and Ed Robins of River Falls received a Bachelor of Arts degree in biology from Williams College in June.
Robins took part in these activities at the college: Varsity football, varsity track and the Williams Outing Club. He also received the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Research Fellowship; was a member of Sigma Xi; and earned highest honors in biology.
University of St. Thomas
Kylie Gayan, Alana Parno, John Schuweiler, Samuel Witt
ST. PAUL -- Four students from the River Falls area have been named to the University of St. Thomas 2011 spring semester dean's list. They include Kylie Gayan, Alana Parno, John Schuweiler and Samuel Witt.
Students must post grade point averages of at least 3.5 to be named to the list.
MADISON -- These students who live in River Falls received diplomas during UW-Madison’s spring commencement ceremonies in May.
Brittany Ambur received a Bachelor of Science in kinesiology; Maureen Cleary received a Bachelor of Arts in political science; Kristin Mae Erickson received a Bachelor of Science in rehabilitation psychology; Lucas Hartleben received a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering; Ryan Hartleben received a Bachelor of Science civil engineering; Scott Haskins received a Doctor of Medicine in Medicine; Zachary Heinselman received a Bachelor of Arts in history and political science; Brian Hill received a Bachelor of Science in medical microbiology and immunology; Gavin Hussey received a Bachelor of Arts in economics and French; Michael Kujak received a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering; Brian Mogen received a Bachelor of Science in biomedical engineering; Aliya Rubinstein received a Bachelor of Science in biological aspects of conservation and zoology.