The following graduates earned their bachelor's degrees, or other degrees as noted, from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in May: from Greenfield, Daniel Bong, doctorate in law, Alyssa Bryl, German, international studies, Joshua Gasvoda, industrial engineering, Michael Hagestad, nursing, Britney-Lee Hessel, English, Ashley Huth, doctorate in medicine, Frank Leung, communication arts, sociology, Casey Lura, information systems, international business, Moadh Masoud, doctorate in pharmacy, Kathryn Michalski, nursing, with distinction, Jordan Mowery, accounting, Ryan Nessman, biomedical engineering, Brendan O'Brien, master's in public affairs, Luke Petrovich, history, political science, Rebecca Rupel, landscape architecture, Michal Rafal Salach, international studies, Sarah Schmid, nursing, Samantha Selear, biology, Bradley Steffen, pharmacology and toxicology, with distinction, Matthew Szaniawski, medical microbiology and immunology, Hoang Minh Tran, doctorate of pharmacy, Jennifer Van Mun, master's in business administration, and Kristen Young, communication sciences and disorders; from West Allis, Nicholas Acker, finance, investment and banking, real estate and urban land economics, Selena Alexander, civil engineering, Lindsay Barbeau, communication arts, Jesse Cramer, doctorate in pharmacy, Andrea Dawydowycz, psychology, social welfare, with distinction, Angela Dean, doctorate in law, Paul Flemion, electrical engineering, Sarah Flemion, Spanish, Amy Gullickson, master's in business administration, Nicholas Harris, electrical engineering, Jonathan Koller, computer engineering, Julie Kosobucki, life sciences communication, Kathryn Jendy Numrych, master's in business administration, Peter Olson, English, Caitlin Riegert, psychology, Christina Rossi, doctorate in veterinary medicine, Emily Sperka, communication arts, psychology, with distinction, Nicholas McGovern Tendler, history, political science, with distinction, and Nicholas Zajdel, biochemistry, with distinction; and from West Milwaukee, Raymond Eisemann, master's in engineering.
Saulo Gonzalez of Greenfield made the summer semester dean's list at Gateway Technical College in Kenosha.
Christine Zamora, daughter of Julie and Gerardo Zamora of Greenfield, won the title of Miss Wisconsin USA 2013 in the Miss Wisconsin USA pageant in Fond du Lac on Sept. 16. She will represent the state in numerous appearances and compete for the national title of Miss USA in June 2013. Her first appearance was in Warrens for the 40th anniversary of the world's largest cranberry festival. She appeared at the Greenfield High School homecoming parade and varsity football game on Oct. 5, as she is a GHS graduate.
Tara Cavazos, branch manager and assistant vice president at U.S. Bank's office in Greenfield, won U.S. Bank's Pinnacle Award, the company's highest employee achievement honor recognizing outstanding achievement and tremendous performance. This is Cavazos' second pinnacle award. She volunteers in the community as a chair for the South 27th Street Business District Association and is a career readiness advisory council member at Milwaukee Achievers, Literacy Services, where she is also a member of its board of directory.
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