Angela Cuda and Ryan Yamat of Wauwatosa earned their master's degrees in business administration, and Anna Birneschein and Jon Bzadawka earned their bachelor's degrees in business management and in accounting, from Lakeland College in Sheboygan in May.
Virginia Peckenpaugh of Wauwatosa earned her bachelor's degree in fine arts/crafts from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit in December. She is employed as a textile designer at Arden Co. in Royal Oak, Mich.
The following graduates from Wauwatosa earned bachelor's degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in May: Jessica Croft, sociology, John Eller, special education, Marie Fried, history, Joseph Gorzek, biology, cum laude, Michael LeDoux, health science-preoccupational therapy, and Jessica Reddy, early childhood education.
David Baker of Wauwatosa earned his bachelor's degree in music from Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio, in May.
Zachary Horne of Wauwatosa earned his bachelor's degree in sports management from the University of Tennessee in May. He was manager of the men's basketball team for four years.
John Thorson and Natalie Williams of Wauwatosa earned their bachelor's degrees, in graphic design and in kinesiology and health, from Iowa State University in Ames in May.
Claire Steele and Kirsti Pajunen of Wauwatosa made the spring semester dean's list at the Milwaukee School of Engineering.
Kelley Annesley of Wauwatosa made the spring semester dean's list at Boston University in Massachusetts.
Jessica Jones of Wauwatosa made the spring semester dean's list at Loyola University in Chicago.
Darien Jefferson and Anna Picard made the spring semester dean's list at Carthage College in Kenosha.
Erin Islo of Wauwatosa received funding from Haverford College's Center for Peace and Global Citizenship to spend the summer of 2012 working in Brussels, Belgium, with Serve the City, which organizes events to benefit the homeless, asylum seekers, and the disabled. Islo was an philosophy major at the Pennsylvania college.