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* Ethan N. Burau of Winfield graduated with an associate degree in liberal arts from Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Falls, Iowa, in May.

* Megan Novak of Naperville and Elizabeth Bleed of Wheaton were named to the dean's list at Furman University, Greenville, S.C., for the 2012 spring semester.

* Several local students graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in May.

Aurora: Miranda Thorpe, master's, School of Education

Carol Stream: Benjamin Glassman, bachelor of arts, College of Letters and Science; Matthew Smeraglia, bachelor of science, School Architecture & Urban Planning

Lisle: Gina Graffagna, bachelor of fine arts, Peck School of the Arts

Lombard: Theodore Hogan, master of architecture, School Architecture & Urban Planning

Naperville: Megan Grant, bachelor of business administration, Lubar School of Business

Roselle: Kyle Probst, bachelor of fine arts, Peck School of the Arts

Winfield: Julie Larsen, doctor of philosophy, College of Nursing

Wood Dale: Joseph Juliano, bachelor of science, School Architecture & Urban Planning

* Three local students graduated from Culver-Stockton College, Canton, Mo., in May.

Aurora: Ashley Berry, bachelor's, psychology

Bartlett: Alex Thull of Bartlett, bachelor's, English education; Ryan Javan, bachelor's, criminal justice

* Megan Verhasselt of Bartlett graduated with a bachelor's degree in mathematics education from Huntington University, Huntington, Ind., in May.

* Nathaniel Evenhouse of Lombard and Christopher Wallis of Aurora were named to the dean's list at Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Mich., for the 2012 spring semester.

* Mary Burke of Glen Ellyn was named to the dean's list at Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, Mo., for the spring 2012 term.

* Several local adult studies students graduated this spring from Trinity Christian College, Palos Heights. …

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