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Graduates

Samuel Minor of Superior earned a Bachelor of Science in psychology at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.

Students from Douglas County were among the graduates at the University of Minnesota Duluth. They include Lake Nebagamon residents James Hosey, Bachelor of Science, chemical engineering, and Jordan Lindberg, Bachelor of Applied Science, exercise science, and Matthew Lundberg of Poplar, Bachelor of Science, geological sciences. South Range residents include Amber Eller, Bachelor of Applied Science, psychology, and Ryan Miesbauer, Bachelor of Applied Science, exercise science. Superior residents include Kevin Antonich, Bachelor of Science, biochemistry and molecular biology, cum laude; Melissa Archambault, Bachelor of Accounting, Bachelor of Business Administration, accounting, health care management, departmental honors, magna cum laude; Ryan Bayless, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Aubrey Hagen, Bachelor of Arts, international studies, Hispanic studies, departmental honors, summa cum laude; Eric Hoffman, Bachelor of Science, biology; Shane Holmes, Bachelor of Science, mechanical engineering; Calla Johnson, Bachelor of Accounting, accounting, departmental honors, magna cum laude; Katie Latscher, Bachelor of Applied Science, integrated elementary and special education; Shaun Mattson, Bachelor of Business Administration, marketing, departmental honors, magna cum laude; Ella Pelfrey, Bachelor of Arts, geological sciences; Rachel Schimenek, Bachelor of Applied Science, integrated elementary and special education; Lincoln Sorensen, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Applied Science, mathematics, teaching mathematics; Kathy Thompson, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Applied Science, English, psychology; and Nicole Torguson, Bachelor of Science, environmental science.

Several Superior residents graduated from UW-Eau Claire. They include Aaron Emmert, Bachelor of Science, computer science; Steven Fruehauf, Bachelor of Arts, journalism; Zachariah Fure, Bachelor of Arts, social studies; Christine Johnstad, Bachelor of Science, nursing; Lori Mahan and Alicia Stack, Bachelor of Business Administration, healthcare administration; Megan Place, Bachelor of Arts, psychology and Spanish and Shana Soul, Bachelor of Business Administration, management. In addition, Shawn Trainor of Gordon earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in business management from UW-Eau Claire.

Jamie Gohde of Superior earned a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Bemidji State University.

Joshua Jones of South Range graduated from Northwest Technical College in Bemidji, Minn. with a diploma in high performance engine machinist.

Zachary Hermanson of Maple, Matthew Schiff of Poplar, Paige Grenier of Maple and Hayley Ackley, Kathryn Bassignana, Ryan Kelly, Karen Kucera, Brittany Mullen, James Ohman, Ashley Rydberg, Jennifer Stranko and Patricia Ullan of Superior graduated from Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College.

Sarah O’Shaughnessy of Superior graduated from Rochester Community and Technical College with an Associate of Science in nursing.

Shawna Weaver of Superior graduated from Prescott College with a doctorate degree in sustainability education.

Area students are among the 6,700 graduates from the UW-Madison. They include Sigrid Stensvold of Bennett, Bachelor of Science with honors, anthropology; Coleman Brown of Gordon, Bachelor of Science, mathematics; and Superior residents Andrew Dettle, Master of Social Work; Levi Felton, Bachelor of Business Administration, management and human resources; and Kristen Waklee, Master of Social Work.

Academic honors

Angela Snow of Poplar and Jamie Gohde of Superior made the dean’s list at Bemidji State University. Gohde graduated with a Bachelor of Science in nursing.

Keeley McCall, daughter of Dean and Kate McCall of Superior, made the dean’s list at Bethel University in St. Paul.

Christina Eckstine of Danbury, Brian Souza of Gordon, and Daniel Kittelson, Brittany Mullen, Whitney Podgorak, Ashley Rydberg, Tony Schroeder and Patricia Ullan of Superior made the dean’s list at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College.

Leah Holmes and Eric Rasmussen of Superior made the dean’s list at the UW-Milwaukee.

Matthew Thom of Poplar and Drandon Gustafson, Paige Harker, David Minor and Amy Wiitala of Superior made the dean’s list at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities.

Chris Fiore of South Range made the dean’s list at Pine Technical Community College in Pine City, Minn.

Dayelle Davis of Superior made the dean’s list at the University of Iowa.

Scholarships

Rachel Anttila of Lake Nebagamon is the daughter of Jody Anttila and Alyssa Fredericks of Superior is the daughter of Russell Fredericks, they are recipients of a $2,000 Brothers Scholarship.

Medical school

Robert Kraft of Superior is among the 79 first-year medical students, members of the Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) class of 2019, to begin their journey to become physicians at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences. The students, 41 men and 38 women, range in age from 21 to 42 years, with the average age of 24.