News: Clark Co. - College Notes (22 Feb 2012)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Cardinal, Barrett, Williams, Hribar, Tarcsay, Schmidt, Lueddecke, Bach, Kloth, Markham, Caacbay, Kren, Klump, Lato, Kalmon, Quinnell
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) February 22, 2012
College Notes (22 February 2012)
James Cardinal, a senior politics and government and English major, of Withee was named to the dean’s list at Ripon College for the fall 2011 semester. He is the son of James Barrett, Jr., and Kathy Cardinal of Withee.
Nicole Williams of Owen was named to the dean’s list at Minnesota State University, Mankato, for the fall 2011 semester.
The following Neillsville students were named to the dean’s list at Concordia University, Mequon, for the first semester of the 2011 to 2012 academic year: Trista M. Hribar and Tanya N. Tarcsay.
Frank Schmidt of Neillsville was among 44 fall 2011 student-athletes of Northwestern College, St. Paul, MN, to be named as an Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) all-conference award winner. He is a member of the Eagles men’s cross-country team. Student athletes receiving this honor must post a 3.5 or better semester grade point average.
The following area students graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Stout in December 2011:
Abbotsford - Ashley Lueddecke, Bachelor of Science (B.S.) retail merchandising and management, graduate of Colby High School
Dorchester - Lucas Bach, B. S. engineering technology, Colby High School; Jeremy Kloth, Master of Science (M.S.) training and development, Colby High School
Greenwood - Melanie Markham, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) psychology, Greenwood High School
Neillsville - Susan Caacbay, B. S. management, Duluth Central High School; Adam Kren, B. S. technology education, Neillsville high School; Michelle Klump, B. S. management
Thorp - Jason Lato, B. S. engineering technology, Thorp High School
Withee - Alisha Kalmon, B. A. psychology, Gilman High School; Stephanie Quinnell, B.A. psychology, Gilman High School
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