UW-Richland Students Awarded Degrees


University of Wisconsin - Richland students awarded the Associate of Arts & Science degree with completion of the spring 2012 semester are:

Emerson Aagaard, Richland Center, Magna Cum Laude
Stephanie Allen, Platteville
Jenelle Anderson, La Farge, emphasis in biological science, Magna Cum Laude
Gabrielle Beardsley, Whitehall
Garrett Benzing, Sparta, Cum Laude
Christina Beranek, Richland Center, Magna Cum Laude
Kyle Biba, Loganville, Magna Cum Laude
Dana Bladl, Richland Center
Tom Boe, Richland Center
Priscilla Breininger, Richland Center
Amy Buchen, Ontario
Arica Burke, Richland Center, Magna Cum Laude
Ryan Capwell, La Crosse
Mathias Cronenberger, France
Emily Davis, Bangor
Megan Dresen, Middleton, emphasis in sociology
Brock Edwards, Richland Center
Michael Federwitz, Pittsville
Ryan Felton, Richland Center
John Gambrell, Hillsboro, Magna Cum Laude
Megan Giddings, Lone Rock
Elizabeth Govier, Prairie du Chien
Amber Hooker, Richland Center
Rosanne Johnson, Richland Center, emphasis in pre-nursing, Magna Cum Laude
Stephanie Johnson, Sun Prairie
Joshua Joseph, Viola, Cum Laude
Paul Jozwiak, Lodi, Cum Laude
Ji Hyun (Joyce) Kim, South Korea
Rain Koekpe, Mukwonago, emphasis in sociology and history
Dmitry Kuznetsov, Russia, Cum Laude
Sadie Lewis, Avoca;Daniel Libansky, Richland Center
Kerri Mason, Richland Center
Casey Michek, Muscoda
Danielle Miller, Fennimore
Michael Miller, Lone Rock
Vanessa Mislivecek, Hillsboro
Elizabeth Mueller, Cazenovia
Mara Mueller, Hillsboro
Luke Odegard, Viroqua
Tara Pizer, Richland Center, Cum Laude
Lacey Polensky, Richland Center
Jennifer Powell, Gays Mills
Shauna Redman, Crivitz
Kami Schuler, Platteville
Bronson Schultz, Wilton
Sarah Schultz, Richland Center, Cum Laude
Emily Seep, Cazenovia
Christopher Spies, Muscoda
Danielle Vetesnik, Richland Center
Angeline Winchel, La Farge

Students awarded the UW Colleges Associate of Arts & Science degree have successfully completed a minimum of 60 prescribed credits. The Associate of Arts & Science degree is the foundation for many majors in the UW System and is generally accepted by University of Wisconsin institutions as fulfilling university-wide, college and school general education requirements. The Associate of Arts & Science degree aims to provide qualified students of all ages and backgrounds with the proficiencies and breadth of knowledge that prepare them for baccalaureate and professional programs, for lifelong learning and leadership, service and responsible citizenship.


Dorothy Thompson
(608) 647-6186, Extension 231