Area students were among those who received scholarships through the Stout University Foundation at the University of Wisconsin-Stout in Menomonie Sept. 15: from Muskego — Kayla Ignasiak, Goodman Family Endowed Scholarship; EricaJerominski, Lida Jamison Scholarship, Peter A. D’Souza Food and Wine Pairing Travel Scholarship.
Area students appeared in four recent performances of Lawrence University's in Appleton production of the musical "A Man of No Importance." Alex Iglinski of Muskego played a Dublin bus driver and new member of St. Imelda's Players, an amateur theater troupe. Matt Kierzek, also of Muskego, played the lead role of Alfie Byrne, a Dublin bus conductor obsessed with playwright Oscar Wilde.
The following area students received bachelor’s degrees, or degrees as noted, following the 2016 spring semester at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater: from Muskego — Sophia Demopoulos, cum laude, accounting, Mekenzi McMillan, media arts and game development, Eric Pachowitz¸ cum laude, accounting, Elizabeth Brockman, psychology, Steffanie Whitehouse, master’s in business administration, Samuel Weier, general management, Joshua Kaiser, master’s in accounting, Tyler Nerad, general management, Kayla Kakonis, marketing, Jessica Scherr, master’s in counseling, Logan Peaslee, summa cum laude, communication, Ashley Platow, magna cum laude, international business, Laura Felker, magna cum laude, physical education, Michaela Borkovec, cum laude, environmental science, Connor Heinlein, cum laude, environmental science, Nicholas Czerwinski, master’s in accounting, Janae Bernier, journalism, Noelle Fritz, master’s in counseling; from New Berlin — Christopher Gilmore, communication, Alex Dobrinska, cum laude, finance, Brandon Wing, communication sciences and disorders, Phillip Bregant, magna cum laude, music, Nathan Saueressig, supply chain and operations management, Natalie Rose, education specialist degree in school psychology, Natalie Gerloff¸ magna cum laude, political science, Stephanie Santoro, journalism, Julie Kuhrt, magna cum laude, marketing, Alison Armstrong, cum laude, supply chain and operations management, Mmasichi Chris-Ukah, marketing, Joshua Hoffmann, computer science, Joshua Hovie, information technology, Connor Grady, computer science, Daniel Maertz, finance, Jessica Falls, cum laude, marketing, Jacklyn Piper, cum laude, art, Casey Vanselow, sociology.
Mary Kate Acheson of New Berlin received a bachelor’s degree in English from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa following the spring 2016 semester.