Best & Brightest

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Best & Brightest


- Kim Mack of Hoffman Estates, a student at Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, received "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges" recognition at April 19 ceremonies.

- Nick Kyriazes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kyriazes of Schaumburg, was named to the Monmouth College dean's list for the spring semester. He is a sophomore majoring in history.

- Molly Anne McLinden of Schaumburg graduated in May from the College of Fine Arts at Millkin University, Decatur. She received a bachelor of music degree with a major in music performance-voice.

- Anthony P. Ewing, a senior majoring in business administration-marketing at Augustana College, Rock Island, was among 25 business administration and economics students honored at the school's annual Business Day breakfast in May. Ewing, who was awarded the Harold and Louise Lage

Swanson Scholarship, is the son of Edward and Linda Ewing of Schaumburg.

- Kate Pearce, daughter of Paul and Susan Pearce of Schaumburg, graduated May 12 with a degree in education from Monmouth College.

- Brian Rasek, son of Jeff and Mary Rasek of Schaumburg, graduated May 12 with a degree in public relations from Monmouth College.

- Kevin Trow, son of William and Marie Trow of Schaumburg, was named to the Monmouth College dean's list for the spring semester. He is a senior majoring in chemistry.

- Neha Chandni Chaturvedi of Schaumburg graduated cum laude from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, in May. She was awarded a bachelor of science degree in biomedical engineering, and received dean's honors for achieving a grade point average of 3.5 to 3.74.

- Laura Spencer, daughter of Raymond Spencer of Hoffman Estates and Kathy Spencer of Schaumburg, received a 3.0 grade point average in her first semester at Illinois State University, Normal. She is majoring in family and consumer science.

- Hope College in Holland, Mich., named Schaumburg residents Christine M. Diestl, a senior, and Tara E. Mistry, a junior, to the dean's list for the second semester of the 2001-02 school year. To qualify, students must have a minimum 3.5 grade point average.

- Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wis., announced the following area students received degrees in May.

Hoffman Estates: Hao Zhou, master of science, computing, Graduate School.

Schaumburg: Hannah J. Martin, bachelor of science in civil engineering, bioelectronics, College of Engineering; Kathryn M. Piokowski, bachelor of arts, teaching Spanish, secondary education, College of Arts & Sciences; and D. Patrick Wilke, bachelor of science, finance, College of Business Administration.

- Bradley University in Peoria has named the following students to the dean's list for the spring 2002 semester.

Hoffman Estates: David C. Lenkowski, Joanna L. Moe, Shelley M. Nizynski, Erin M. Reeves, Cheryl A. Rzepka, Jack E. Sigan, Erica B. Skepnek and Benjamin M. Teichman.

Schaumburg: Derek N. Adamczyk, Alicia Y. Bush, Diana L. Mankowski, Ryan A. Maslowski, Michael J. Meyers, Timothy J. Silvers, Amanda B. Smith and Jason C. Zimanek.

To be eligible, students must achieve a minimum 3.5 grade-point average on a 4.0 scale.

- Charles P. Chen, Shawn Frederick Harnish and Stephanie Lynn Zaucha, all of Schaumburg, were among 194 graduating students whose names appear on the Bronze Tablet placed in the library this fall at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

They are University Honors students, the top 3 percent from each college's 2002 graduating class, selected for their outstanding academic performance during their undergraduate study. Each of them earned a bachelor's degree.

- Jennifer Camp and Jonathan Romanow, both of Schaumburg, received Senior Leadership Awards from Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, at ceremonies held April 19. …

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