CMU announces recent graduates

Central Michigan University is pleased to announce the following students have graduated in August 2010. Alyssa Blumer and Mark Brouwer, both of Rockford, have each graduated with a bachelor of science in business administration degree. Brittany Kingsley of Belmont has graduated with a bachelor of science degree, and Alysha Schlundt-Bodien of Belmont has graduated with a bachelor of applied arts degree.

December 2010 graduates include the following students from Rockford. Megan Crandell, Molly Pierson and Tyler Rahn have each graduated with a bachelor of applied arts degree. Katherine Gielczyk has graduated with a bachelor of music education degree. Lauren Hall and Angela Smythe have each graduated with a bachelor of science degree. David Hammond has graduated with a bachelor of science degree and a bachelor of science in education degree. Camille Henderson has graduated with a master of arts degree and specialist in psychological services degree. Rachel Kasprzak and Colleen Scheidel have each graduated with bachelor of science in education degrees.

From Belmont, the following students have graduated in December 2010. Gregory Leymon has earned a bachelor of science degree. Alexandra Mikrut has earned a bachelor of science in education degree. Mary Zarzecki has earned a master of science degree.

Sparta graduates include the following students. Richard Droski has earned bachelor of applied arts degree. Debra Jensen and Stephen Lovell have each graduated with a bachelor of science degree.

 

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