WMU announces graduates

Western Michigan University recently announced its graduates for the 2008 winter semester. The following Rockford students graduated during WMU’s December 13 commencement:  Benjamin Arendt, Doctor of Philosophy degree, major in educational leadership-higher education; Mallory Good, Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree, major in mechanical engineering, cum laude honors; Stacey Gordon, Bachelor of Science degree, major in elementary group minors, magna cum laude honors; Richard Herrick, Master of Business Administration; Kendra Kargenian, Bachelor of Arts degree, major in theatre-performance, cum laude honors; Timothy Mullen, Doctor of Philosophy degree, major in interdiscipinary health studies; Russell Platte, Bachelor of Science, major in geology; Catherine Raney, Bachelor of Science, major in psychology; Molly Rodriguez, Bachelor of Science; major in geography-environmental analysis and resource management; Andrew Rosenberg, Bachelor of Business Administration, major in general business; Joseph Rozelle, Bachelor of Business Administration, major in food and consumer package goods/marketing; Frederick Skallow, Bachelor of Science in Engineering, major in computer engineering; Nicole Trim, Bachelor of Arts degree, major in political science-international and comparative politics/French; Ryan Walker, Bachelor of Business Administration, major in marketing; Carrieanne Winter, Bachelor of Music degree, major in music education-choral/general secondary, magna cum laude honors.

The following Belmont students also graduated from WMU on Dec. 13:  Christopher Fridsma, Master of Arts, major in human resources development; Kevin Kindig, Bachelor of Business Administration, major in food and consumer package goods/marketing; Joshua Mikrut, Master of Development Administration.

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