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Millikin University

Megan Moore of Lombard was recently named to the spring semester regular dean's list at Millikin University in Decatur.

Northern Illinois University

Rick Rohde of Lombard recently received a music scholarship for the 2000-2001 academic year at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb.

- Vinay Mullick of Downers Grove recently received a Senior Leadership Award from Northern Illinois University.

- Myra Rodriguez of Oakbrook Terrace recently received an Institutional Tuition Waiver and a Senior Leadership Award from Northern Illinois University.

Elmhurst College

Mathew Fowler of Addison recently received a master's of science in computer network systems from Elmhurst College.

Donna Harris of Addison recently received a master's of arts degree in industrial/organizational psychology from Elmhurst College.

Michele Keith of Addison recently received a master's of education degree in early childhood special education from Elmhurst College.

Kathryn Delaney of Elmhurst, recently received a master's of education degree in early childhood special education from Elmhurst College.

Kelli Frank of Elmhurst recently received a master's of arts degree in industrial/organizational psychology from Elmhurst College.

Todd Keenan of Elmhurst recently received a master's of science degree in computer network systems from Elmhurst College.

Sandra Kelps of Elmhurst recently received a master's of arts degree in professional writing from Elmhurst College.

Stacey Krug of Elmhurst, recently received a master's of arts degree in industrial/organizational psychology from Elmhurst College.

Sharon Parker of Elmhurst, recently received a master's of arts degree in industrial/organizational psychology from Elmhurst College. …

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