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Local students graduate from UW-Stout

MENOMONIE — Several area students graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Stout in Menomonie during the winter commencement exercises held in December.

Students from Colfax include David Christoffel, who received a B.S. in engineering technology; Karl Jakober, who received a B.S. in applied math and computer science; Wilfred Mainjeni, who received a B.S. in business administration; and Nathan McMahon, who received a B.S. in manufacturing engineering.

Students from Elk Mound include Cheryl Brueggen, who received B.S. in family and consumer science education (2nd major); Benjamin Gilbert, who received B.S. in special education; Quinton Kramer, who received B.S. in applied math and computer science; Garrett Laberge, who received B.S. in manufacturing engineering; Lauren Peterson, who received B.S. in hotel restaurant and tourism; and Jacquelyn Quilling, who received B.S. in early childhood education.

Students from Boyceville include Rosanna Hurt, who received a M.S. in clinical mental health counseling; Samantha Kelly, who received a B.S. in human development and family studies; Travis Score, who received a B.S. in packaging; and Andrew Veith, who received a B.S. in hotel restaurant and tourism.

Jolie Scales of Downing received a B.S. in human development and family studies.

Katelyn Mueller of Glenwood City received a B.S. in retail merchandising and management.

UW-Stout, Wisconsin’s Polytechnic University, has 45 undergraduate majors and 23 graduate programs, including one doctoral degree. Enrollment for the fall semester was 9,371.