UW-Green Bay seniors earn Chancellor’s Medallions, University Leadership Awards

Thirty-four graduating UW-Green Bay seniors will be honored Friday, May 16 with Chancellor’s Medallions, recognizing sustained academic and community achievement throughout their UW-Green Bay careers.

The students will receive the honor during the semi-annual University Leadership Awards program May 16 and will wear the medallions during commencement ceremonies Saturday, May 17. Another 46 students will receive University Leadership Awards during the May 16 program, recognizing them as undergraduates who have contributed to the growth and development of a student organization or who have exhibited a commitment to community service, while remaining in good academic standing.

The Chancellor’s Medallion recipients, their hometowns and majors are as follows:
• Holly Anderson, Madison, Arts Management and Design Arts
• Caitlin Baker, Eagle, Human Biology
• Emily Buelow, Waterford, Human Biology
• Stacey Butts, Greenfield, Education
• Nicole Duhaime, Schofield, Music Education
• Gail Feldkamp, Appleton, Human Biology
• Zachary Gholston, St. Germain, English
• Corinne Grossmeier, Mukwonago, Environmental Science and Biology
• Denise Halbach, Chilton, Human Biology
• Katie Hobbs, Kenosha, Philosophy and English
• Samantha Jackson, Janesville, English
• Cheyenne Makinia, Ladysmith, Communication
• Heba Mohammad, Greenfield, Political Science and History
• Lauren O’Dell, Janesville, Chemistry
• Benjamin O’Heran, Hillsdale, Mich., First Nations Studies and Environmental Policy and Planning
• Taryn Oleson, Delafield, Environmental Policy and Planning
• Rebecca Rasmussen, Kenosha, English Literature
• Charles Reimer, Marinette, Business Administration
• Mitchell Sabez, Greendale, Business Administration
• Nellie Schafer, Wichita, Kan., Education
• Dominic Schuh, Johnson Creek, Accounting and Business Administration
• Becky Senn, Phillips, Psychology
• Jessica Stangel, New Franken, Education
• Rachel Veldt, Black Creek, Communication
• Lauren Vieaux, Suamico, Psychology
• Tu Anh Vo, Louisville, Ky., Human Biology
• Preston Waala, Waupaca, Business Administration and Mathematics
• Danielle Washington, Milwaukee, Communication and Spanish
• Nicole Will, Luxemburg, Human Biology
• Laura Wire, Appleton, Design Arts and Studio Arts
• Kelly Yach, West Bend, Spanish
• Melissa Zabkowciz, Oak Creek, Business Administration and Political Science
• Alyssa Zellner, Casco, Human Biology
• Samantha Zweerink, Hastings, Minn., Psychology and Human Development

The University Leadership Award recipients are as follows: Paul Ahrens, Ashley Baker, Heather Bekkers, Tresavoya Blake, Kate Bodart, Amarra Bricco, Sarah Busko, Kayla Christianson, Sarah Clark, Angie Danowski, Kathryn Doll, Joseph Ebert, Ellen Edison, Taa Egli, Karlie Francour, Jordan Grapentine, Natalia Hahnfeld, Chloe Hansen, Anthony Hinkel, Kayla Hucke, Nicole Jandt, Laura John, Kimberly Johnson, Sravani Karnam, Vanya Koepke, Olyvia Kuchta, Megan Leonard, Sarah Londo, Kaylee McGhee, Hailey Mohrfeld, Jennifer Pederson, Kristy Phillips, Holly Plamann, Mariah Pursley, Stephanie Schoeder, Nicole Sixel, Jared Spude, Katelyn Staaben, Alexander Stenner, Seenia Thao, Taylor Thomas, Hannah Tiedt, Travis Tilque, Courtney Trofka, Ashley Vickney, Carolyn Wysocki.

UW-Green Bay spring commencement will take place at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, May 17 at the Kress Events Center on campus, 2420 Nicolet Drive. More information is available at www.uwgb.edu/commencement.


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