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- Lindsey Krueger, a 2002 graduate of Naperville Central High School, is participating in Illinois Wesleyan University's study abroad program this fall at University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland. Krueger is the daughter of Daniel and Karen Krueger of Naperville.

- The following students received degrees from Benedictine University during spring graduation ceremonies.

Aurora: Mark Anthony Clementz, bachelor of science in biology; Kathryn Elizabeth Herwaldt, bachelor of art in elementary education; Libby Isaac, master of public health; Josephine Ann Kramer, bachelor of science in molecular biology; Jo Ellen Kummerer, bachelor of arts in education; Lawrence J. Pollack, bachelor of science in computer science; Andrew James Reinke, bachelor of business administration in marketing; Maria M. Roach, bachelor of business administration in management and organizational behavior; Everett Westmeyer, master of arts in education with teacher certification; Sabina P. Yancey, master of business administration.

Lisle: Denise Adele Albina, bachelor of science in health science; Josefina R. Cardenas, bachelor of arts in business and economics; Susanne Kristina Davis, bachelor of arts in communication arts; Aaron D'Wan Jackson, bachelor of business administration in finance; Allison Y. Kim, bachelor of science in health science; Annie Mei Hui Lee, master of business administration; Michelle Jene Malik, bachelor of arts in sociology; Kathryn Suzanne Merkle, master of public health; Kumar Modadugu, master of business administration; Grace Mary Nijm, bachelor of science in computer science; Sherry R. Pfeiffer, bachelor of business administration in management and organizational behavior; Jyothi Pokala, bachelor of business administration in finance; Michael James Stuart, bachelor of business administration in management and organizational behavior; Linda Williams-Benline, bachelor of arts in management; Noora Nasser Zayed, bachelor of arts in special education.

Naperville: Arshia Ahmed, bachelor of arts in business and economics; Elyas Alian-Najafabadi, bachelor of science in molecular biology; Greg L. Benson, master of business administration and master of science in management information systems; Emily Beth Canibano, bachelor of arts in English language and literature; Brenda J. Carnahan, associate of arts in business administration; Sangeeta H. Chavan, master of business - administration; Sarah Lottie Ciepierski, bachelor of arts in elementary education; Priya D. Dharkar, bachelor of arts in elementary education; Swetha Duggirala, bachelor of science in biochemistry; Andrea Ebert- McNeill, bachelor of science in health science; Michelle Rose Eckerle, bachelor of arts in management; Jill Elizabeth Fenton, bachelor of science in biology; Christopher Michael Kasch, bachelor of science in biology; Charisse S. LaFaver, master of public health; Michael James Manthei, bachelor of arts in business and economics; Mia S. Masters, bachelor of arts in business and economics; Jennifer Ann McDonough, bachelor of arts in psychology; Chirag Naresh Mehta, master of business administration; Marcie K. Meyer, bachelor of business administration in management and organizational behavior; Elaine M. Mitchener, bachelor of science in environmental science; Barbara C. Moga, associate of arts in business administration; Maaz Syed Mohiuddin, bachelor of science in health science; Rosalind Renee Neal, master of business administration; Anna E. Neuendorf, master of public health; Nazi Parvez, bachelor of arts in elementary education; Saara Yusuf Patel, bachelor of business administration in finance; Malika Phong, bachelor of science in nutrition; Janice A. Poepping, master of science in management information systems; Wasif Ahmed Qureshi, bachelor of business administration in finance; Kristin Marie Rache-Vinopal, bachelor of arts in elementary education; Todd J. Rigertas, bachelor of science in computer science; Nicole Romano, bachelor of arts in psychology; Lina S.

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