Deutz studies in Australia
Bridget Deutz, the daughter of Richard and Debra Deutz of Ghent, is studying in Australia during fall semester 2011 through the Office for Education Abroad at the College of St. Benedict in St. Joseph, and St. John's University in Collegeville. Deutz is a junior communication major at CSB.
The Australian program is located in Fremantle in Western Australia, about 32 miles from the capital city of Perth. Students enroll at the University of Notre Dame Australia (UNDA) the country's first private, Catholic university. All students participate in a course on Australian history and society, which includes an excursion to West Kimberly in northern Western Australia. In addition to history and society, students choose three courses from among their major, minor or general education requirements from the UNDA course catalog.
Rasmusson graduates from UW-Milwaukee
Emilirose Rasmusson of Ivanhoe was among the more than 1,900 candidates receiving degrees at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee commencement exercises Dec. 18 in Milwaukee.
She received her master's degree in library and information science.
Area students graduate from UND
The University of North Dakota had its largest winter commencement Dec. 16 at the Chester Fritz Auditorium with about 900 students eligible for degrees, an increase of 150 from a year ago.
Minnesota graduates and their hometowns include: Marshall - Chelsea Caron, bachelor of science; Nathaniel Haukom, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering. Porter - Jenna Boulton, bachelor of business administration.
Murray graduates from UN-Lincoln
Patrick Murray of Marshall was among nearly 1,500 students who received degrees from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln at commencement exercises Dec. 16 and 17. Murray received a bachelor's of science in PGA golf management from the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.