MTU graduates announced

HOUGHTON – Area students who graduated from Michigan Tech University at spring commencement included:

– Baraga: Kathryn Danielson with a bachelor of science in operations and systems management; and James Davis with a bachelor of science in civil engineering.

– Gwinn: Patrick West with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering.

Ishpeming: R Walker Derby with a bachelor of science in finance; Zachary Fredin with a bachelor of science in civil engineering; Bradley Massie with a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering; and Faith Rushford with a bachelor of science in clinical laboratory science.

– L’Anse: Scott Kemppainen with a bachelor of science in chemical engineering; Amanda DuFour with a bachelor of science in anthropology; and Jacqueline Walitalo with a bachelor of science in chemical engineering.

– Marquette: Rebecca Dionne with a bachelor of science in accounting; Leandra Dziesinski with a master of business administration; David Flint with a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering; David Froster with a bachelor of science in civil engineering; Sean Getman with a bachelor of arts in communication, culture, and media; Cole Hume with a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering; Kevin Lawry with a bachelor of science in biochemistry and molecular biology; Bethany Lyons with a master of science in forest ecology and management; Blake Lytle with a bachelor of science in geological engineering; Kevin Nancarrow with a bachelor of science in civil engineering; Andrew Pap with a bachelor of science in biological sciences; Logan Paquet with a bachelor of science in civil engineering; Jessi Sagner with a bachelor of science in finance; Reuben Schultz with a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering technology; Joseph Seblonka with a bachelor of science in electrical engineering; Glen Shaw with a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering; Christopher Treado with a bachelor of science in management; Douglas Weyher with a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering.

– Munising: Willow Carmody with a bachelor of science in exercise science; David Deisenroth with a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering; Melanie Kueber Watkins with a doctor of philosophy in civil engineering; Andrew LaCombe with a bachelor of science in exercise science.

– Negaunee: Caleb Carlson with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering; Jeremy Dobbs with a bachelor of science in physics; Anthony Katona with a bachelor of science in exercise science; Shawn Petersen with a bachelor of science in finance; Bradley StGermain with a bachelor of science in civil engineering.

– Republic: Matthew Barry with a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering.

– Shingleton: Robert Mals with a bachelor of science in accounting

– Skandia: Tyler Gygi with a bachelor of science in chemical engineering.