DeKALB — Northern Illinois University students who graduated this spring received their degrees on May 12th. Included among the over 2700 graduates were the following students from your area, listed below by hometown, with their major and degree received.
Adam Askew, Bachelor of General Studies, General Emphasis;
Michelle Batty, Master of Science in Education, Adult & Higher Education: Specialization in Higher Education;
Barbara Bell, Master of Public Admin, Public Administration-Local Government Management;
Alexis Bueno, Bachelor of Science, Public Health - Health Administration;
Olivia Caron, Doctor of Physical Therapy, Physical Therapy;
Wendy Castillo-Guzman, Bachelor of Science, Early Childhood Education with Preschool Special Education Approval;
Anthony Corbo, Master of Science in Education, Counseling;
Ben Eggleston, Bachelor of Science, Technology-Industrial Management & Technology;
Emily Feltes, Bachelor of Science, Early Childhood Education with Preschool Special Education Approval;
Christopher Frank, Bachelor of Science, Technology-Manufacturing Engineering Technology;
Andrew Koenig, Bachelor of Science, Athletic Training;
Michael Lopez, Bachelor of Science, Environmental Studies;
Brittany Mielke, Bachelor of Science, Health Sciences - Pre-Physical Therapy;
Morgan Miller, Bachelor of Science, Accountancy;
Edward O’Donnell III, Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering: Elec and Computer Engineering;
Alexis Scott, Bachelor of Science, Accountancy;
Tammy Stevens, Master of Public Admin, Public Administration-Fiscal Administration;
Emma Toole, Master of Science in Education, Literacy Education;
and Abigail Zaccaria, Bachelor of Science, Marketing.
Northern Illinois University is a student-centered, nationally recognized public research university, with expertise that benefits its region and spans the globe in a wide variety of fields, including the sciences, humanities, arts, business, engineering, education, health and law.
Through its main campus in DeKalb, and education centers for students and working professionals in Chicago, Hoffman Estates, Naperville, Oregon and Rockford, NIU offers more than 100 courses of study while serving a diverse and international student body of about 19,000.
The 17 NIU Huskie athletic teams compete in the Mid-American Conference at the highest NCAA Division I level.
For more information, visit www.niu.edu.