[1] Fox Valley Collegians

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[1] Fox Valley Collegians


The accomplishments of Fox Valley's best and brightest students include:

- Paul Chartrand, Elgin, received a degree in business administration of technical studies from Bellevue University in Bellevue, Neb., during spring commencement ceremonies held on June 3.

- Leah Esposito, Sleepy Hollow, received an associate degree from Holy Cross College in Notre Dame, Ind., during spring commencement exercises in May.

- Benjamin Gimpert, son of Dennis and Theresa Gimpert of Elgin, received a bachelor of science degree from Northwestern University's Robert R. McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science in Evanston at the university's 142nd annual commencement ceremonies held June 16.

Gimpert, a graduate of Larkin High School, was a computer science major. He is a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta honor society and a dean's list honoree. Gimpert was also the secretary and founding member of the Association for Computing Machinery. In addition, he was a resident computer consultant and a research assistant. Gimpert was a cast member of "Cosmicomics," a student theater production, and plans to work in the computer gaming industry.

- Meagan Landwehr, daughter of Thomas Landwehr of Gilberts, has been named to the dean's list for the spring semester at Rockford College in Rockford. Landwehr, a senior majoring in child development, earned a GPA of at least 3.25 with no grade below a C for the spring semester.

- Nicholas Lazzaro II, Algonquin, was named to the dean's list for the spring semester at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Mich. Recipients of the dean's list must carry a minimum of 10 hours and maintain a 3.5 GPA out of a possible 4.0.

- Sara Lindquist, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Lindquist of Elgin, has been named to the dean's list for the spring semester at Wheaton College in Wheaton. She is majoring in music education. Dean's list honors are earned by undergraduate students who carry 12 or more hours and achieve a 3.5 GPA or higher on a 4.0 scale.

- Nicole Nemcek, daughter of David and Mary Nemcek of Elgin, has been named to the distinguished scholars list at Rockford College in Rockford. Nemcek, a junior majoring in child development, earned a GPA of at least 3.75 with no grade below a C for the spring semester.

- Jill Regan, Dundee, attended the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine from June 18-28 in Philadelphia, Penn. Having demonstrated academic achievement and an interest in a career related to science and health, Regan joined more than 330 high school juniors and seniors from across the United States at the conference. Students learned first-hand about medical ethics, the global effects of infectious disease, genetic research, public health and many other subjects relevant to the field.

During the conference, MED students had the opportunity to visit some of the best institutions of medical learning in the country, including Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, MCP Hahnemann University and others. During their visits, the students interacted with doctors, nurses, scientists and professors to gather a better understanding of medical history, standards and trends.

Throughout the program, Regan and fellow students explored the realms of public health and problem-based learning in a series of intense and stimulating simulations. MED culminated in a simulation that explored medical ethics, allowing students to apply what they learned throughout the course of the forum.

- Adam Skibley, son of Art and Sue Skibley of Elgin, has been named to the dean's list at the University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, Ind., for outstanding scholarship during the spring semester. Students on the dean's list have maintained a scholastic average of 3.4 and above during the past semester.

Skibley, a 1998 graduate of St. Edward Central Catholic High School, is a junior in the university's College of Business, majoring in finance and Spanish. …

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