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* The following students graduated from Benedictine University, Lisle, in May.

Addison: Kristin Marie Olvera, masterAEs, accountancy; Tauseef A. Raja, master of business administration; Dea Saro, bachelorAEs, Spanish; Donnet Thomas, bachelorAEs nursing

Aurora: Danna Lee Bass, masterAEs in education, reading and literacy; Melissa M. Bowden, masterAEs in education, reading and literacy; Mark Ambrose Cuny, bachelorAEs, management, with honors; Johneen Lucille Davis, master of business administration; Anne M. Dinelli, masterAEs of education, reading and literacy; Albert Lee Eubanks, associateAEs, business administration, with honors; Sandy Figueroa, masterAEs, elementary education; Joanna E. Johnson, masterAEs of education, reading and literacy; Christopher Michael Krzos, associateAEs, business administration, with honors; Izabela Joanna Mieszczanska, bachelorAEs, psychology and bachelorAEs, studio arts, cum laude; Maria Clemencia Montero, master of public health; Joshua Eric Neuder, masterAEs in education, leadership and administration; Maryam Osuch, masterAEs in education, leadership and administration; Kanitha L. Perry, associateAEs, business administration; Dean W. Plass, bachelorAEs, management, magna cum laude; Renee A. Pollock, masterAEs, clinical psychology; Nancy Rivera-de la Hoz, doctorate, higher education and organizational change; Anandhi Sivaramakrishnan, masterAEs, management information systems; Sandra G. Smith, masterAEs in education, reading and literacy; Maria T. Stone, bachelorAEs, management, summa cum laude; Milda Talladen, bachelor of business administration, finance, with honors; Shaunise J. Thomas, masterAEs of education, leadership and administration; Arketa Monique Thurmond, bachelor of business administration, management and organizational behavior; Jess Toussaint, doctorate, higher education and organizational change; Robert Earl Yarbrough, bachelorAEs, management, with honors; Cynthia Anne Zylstra, masterAEs of education, reading and literacy

Bensenville: Jill Marie Wills, associateAEs, business administration, with honors

Bloomingdale: Rebecca Lynn Cazzato, bachelorAEs, nursing, with honors

Carol Stream: Belinda Isa-Tula Batila, bachelorAEs, international business and economics; Marco Vincent Colella, bachelorAEs, health science, magna cum laude; Andrew Joseph Coutu, bachelorAEs, communication arts, cum laude; Julie Marie Danyluk, master of business administration; Susan J. Nissen, associateAEs, business administration, with honors; Susan Constance Savage, masterAEs of education, reading and literacy; Danielle Lillian Swanson, bachelorAEs, writing and publishing, summa cum laude; Sarah M. Tefft, bachelorAEs, nutrition

Glen Ellyn: Sandra Therese Carroll, bachelorAEs, special education, summa cum laude; Melissa Katherine Gallian, bachelorAEs, health science, summa cum laude; Vino Luke Kalayil, bachelorAEs, health science; Haley Abra Lewis, bachelorAEs, biochemistry/molecular biology; Patrick James Novak, bachelor of business administration, accounting, cum laude; Robert David Pettigrew, bachelorAEs, computer information systems, with honors; Donald G. Wittmuss, bachelorAEs, management, summa cum laude

Glendale Heights: Jennifer Marie Cichantk, bachelorAEs, elementary education; Kyle M. Follett, bachelor of business administration, accounting; Yazdan Haider, bachelorAEs, health science, magna cum laude; Nola Mucllari, bachelor of business administration, accounting, with honors; Nicole M. Schlagel, bachelorAEs, health science; Uzma Tabasam Shamsi, bachelorAEs, health science

Lisle: Shari Ann Albanese, bachelorAEs, elementary education; Deanna M. Albelo, associateAEs, business administration, with honors; Corinne Helen Marie Anderson, bachelor of business administration, accounting; Vinay Bajaj, bachelorAEs, international business and economics; David Ray Blasier, bachelorAEs, management, cum laude; Saad Shams Dardai, bachelorAEs, health science; Jacqueline Lucille Denegar, bachelorAEs, psychology, magna cum laude; Matthew Winslow Foster, bachelorAEs, psychology; Darryl Patrick Franklin, doctorate, organization development; Sandra Gedrimaite, master of business administration; Joy C. …

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