Local residents earn college accolades, diplomas
MARQUETTE — Local residents have graduated from various universities and/or were honored by colleges.
≤ Bradley G. Veale is a recent graduate of Michigan Technological University in Houghton. He graduated December 2020 with a bachelor’s of science in accounting degree with a concentration in data analytics. He also received a master’s of science in accounting degree in June 2021. Bradley is a 2016 graduate of Gwinn High School. He is currently employed with Clifton Larson Allen, LLP in Minneapolis as a tax associate. Bradley is the son of Brian and Brenda Veale of Gwinn and grandson of Ada Veale of Negaunee.
≤ Just over 7,600 students received degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison on May 8, including students from Marquette:
Johannes Dreisbach, college of letters and science, master of public affairs, public affairs.
Aubrie Jacobson, college of letters and science, master of music, music: performance.
There were two live ceremonies at Camp Randall, one for undergraduates and one for all graduate degree candidates. Graduating were 5,493 undergraduate students, 1,266 master’s degree students and 871 doctoral candidates.
≤ St. Cloud State University graduated more than 950 students during spring semester 2021, including Alex Wisuri of Ishpeming, who graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of science in engineering, software engineering.
Wisuri also was awarded the $800 Mathematics & Statistics and Computer Science & Information Technology Endowed Scholarship for the Spring 2021 semester through Huskies Scholarships at St Cloud.
≤ Emily Curtice, a student from Gwinn has been placed on Bemidji State University’s president’s list for the Spring 2021 semester.
To be eligible for the President’s Honor Roll, BSU students must be enrolled for at least 12 credits and earn a perfect 4.0 GPA during the semester.
≤ Jennifer Garrison of Marquette graduated from the College of Nursing at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh’s 147th spring commencement. Nearly 1,500 students earned bachelor’s, master’s, associate and doctoral degrees, and joined the ranks of more than 100,000 UWO alumni.
≤ The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point conferred degrees on more than 1,250 graduates for the spring and summer sessions of 2021, including Olivia Caudill of Marquette, who graduated with a bachelor of science in dietetics.