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* A number of local students graduated from Benedictine University, Lisle, in May. This is part 3 of the listing.

Lombard:AmmarAhmed, bachelor's,biology, magna cum laude; Syed Faraz Ali, bachelor of business administration,accounting; DiannalynBuescher, bachelor's,nursing, with honors: NadiyahChaudhary, bachelor's,health science; Maria Linda Colletti, bachelor's,health science; Luke James Cox, bachelor's,biology, magna cum laude: Tauseef Mohammed Ehteramuddin, bachelor's,health science; Syeda Rabab Fatima, bachelor's,health science, magna cum laude; Michael Orcino Fralaide, bachelor's,physics, cum laude; Talyr Lorraine Guerrero, bachelor of business administration,accounting, summa cum laude; Talyr Lorraine Guerrero, bachelor of business administration,management and organizational behavior, summa cum laude; MariaHamidani, bachelor's,health science, magna cum laude; Ann Marie Haydu, master's,nutrition and wellness, magna cum laude: Shannon D. Hlavaty, master of education; Dean J. Jensen, doctorate, higher education and organizational development; Elizabeth Emily Jensen, bachelor's,elementary education, magna cum laude; Benjamin Thomas Laird, master of business administration; Kendra Sue Laisch, master's,accountancy; Ken Andrew McDonald, bachelor's,chemistry; RabiaMukhtar, bachelor's,health science; Kaushal Dharmesh Patel, bachelor's,health science; Abrar A. Salam, master of business administration; Abrar A. Salam, master of public health; Alphonse Patrick Sarno III, bachelor of business administration,management and organizational behavior; Edward John Scudder, bachelor of business administration,management and organizational behavior; Haroon Matin Shah, bachelor's,biology, magna cum laude; Renad H. Shehadeh, bachelor of business administration,management and organizational behavior; Danielle Christina Spada, bachelor's,biology, cum laude; Melissa Ann Swanson, bachelor of business administration,marketing; Casey Anne Tessler, master of education; Johnny E. Turkovich, master of business administration, magna cum laude; Julena LaShi Wilkins, bachelor of business administration,management and organizational behavior

Naperville: Amy B. Addante, bachelor of business administration,business and economics; Firas Ryan Adhami, bachelor's,health science, summa cum aide; Lindsey Lee Albanese, bachelor of business administration,business and economics, cum laude; Jennifer Helen Albert, bachelor's,elementary education, summa cum laude; Brittany Marie Anderson, bachelor's, English and literature, cum laude; Herbert Michael Anderson, master's, education; Tiffany Ann Baker, bachelor's,nursing; Payal N. Baxi, bachelor's,nutrition; Katherine Mary Braun, bachelor's,elementary education, summa cum laude; Richard William Burke, bachelor's,computer science; Gloria Jean Catanzaro, bachelor's,nursing, with honors; ShuoChen, master of business administration; Chieh-MingChiang, doctorate,organization development; PatriciaClayton, associate's,business administration, with honors; Kimberly A. Coniglio, master of education; Thomas Michael Corrigan, bachelor's,computer information systems; Michael Ignatius Cronin, master of education; Christopher Michael DeVuono, bachelor's,management, summa cum laude: Christopher Michael DeVuono, bachelor's,management, with honors; Louisann Violeta Diaz Mendoza, bachelor's,health science: Kelly Anne Doyle, master of education; Tracy Lee Doyle, bachelor's,management; David Gregory Dvorak, bachelor of business administration,marketing; Caroline Elizabeth Ebeling, bachelor's,elementary education, summa cum laude: Davada Dawn Emmert, bachelor of business administration. management and organizational behavior; Chris Ann Even, bachelor of business administration,management and organizational behavior, with nonors; Kelly J. Fricke, master of business administration;Christopher Dodd Garrabrant, doctorate,organization development; Susan A. …

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