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* Kyle Gustafson of Carol Stream graduated in May with a master's degree in English and Jaime E. Ingrisano of Wood Dale with a bachelor's degree in special education from the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley.

* Tyler Visco of Glen Ellyn received a bachelor's degree in civil engineering, magna cum laude, in May from Rice University, Houston.

* Terri Miller of West Chicago graduated in May with a bachelor's degree in nursing, magna cum laude, from St. Francis Medical Center College of Nursing, Peoria. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau, international nursing honor society.

* Katherine Courtney Polak of Lombard graduated in May from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Iowa State University, Ames.

* Evan Repsholdt of Lisle, a junior computer science and mathematics major at Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa, is spending his summer working for the United States Navy. This will be the second summer Repsholdt has worked at the Naval Air Systems Command Patuxent River Naval Base in Maryland. His duties last year as an engineering technician included working in the aircraft simulation lab, helping with briefs for an admiral and learning about infrared countermeasures. He also studied aircraft electronic warfare, radar systems and avionic air defense investments.

* The following local students graduated in May from Dominican University, River Forest.

Addison: Concetta DiFranco, bachelor's, merchandising, cum laude; Diana Tran, bachelor's, apparel merchandising; Justine Savage, bachelor's, communication arts and sciences, cum laude; Adriane Lewandowski, bachelor's, journalism

Aurora: Melissa Moreno, bachelor's, corporate communication, cum laude; Jennifer Chae, bachelor's, apparel design, cum laude; Jaimie Chae, bachelor's, apparel design; Rebecca Hamaker, bachelor's, biology-chemistry, cum laude and with university honors; Ashley Martinez, bachelor's, sociology, magna cum laude

Bensenville: Moises Medina, bachelor's, French studies

Glendale Heights: Christina Schmitz, bachelor's, nutrition and dietetics; Megan Moore, bachelor's, American studies, cum laude; Carolyn Schubert, bachelor's, pastoral ministry, magna cum laude

Wood Dale: Shahzeb Shaikha, bachelor's, economics and international relations and diplomacy; Natalia Owsianska, bachelor's, business administration and accounting

* Patrick Reilly of Aurora graduated in May with a bachelor's degree in theater arts with a minor in German and Stacy Voccia of Glen Ellyn with a bachelor's in mathematics and Spanish from Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. …

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