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Robert L. Knoell

Class of '78, College of Arts and Sciences

Robert L. Knoell ’78
Crete
August 17, 2019

David J. Jurena

Class of '73, College of Arts and Sciences

David J. Jurena ’73
Crete
August 17, 2019

Edward L. Melton

Class of '61, College of Arts and Sciences

Edward L. Melton ’61
Ravenna
July 21, 2019

Stephanie D. Westerhaus

Class of '15, College of Arts and Sciences

Stephanie D. Westerhaus ’15
O’Neill
February 2, 2019

Deborah Wissink Zuelow

Class of '95, College of Professional Studies

Class of '15, Master of Education

Deborah Wissink Zuelow ’95L, ’15E, Kearney, was hired as director of the new LaVonne Kopecky Plambeck Early Childhood Education Center at the University of Nebraska-Kearney.

Megan C. Perry

Class of '15, College of Arts and Sciences

Megan C. Perry ’15, Omaha, received a 2019 UNMC Presidential Graduate Fellowship.  The prestigious fellowships are awarded to a select group of NU graduate students each year on the basis of high academic performance and personal accomplishment. Megan completed a master’s degree from UNMC in medical anatomy and is pursuing her Ph.D. 

Audrey R. Wondercheck

Class of '15, College of Arts and Sciences

Class of '18, Master of Education

Audrey R. Wondercheck ’15, ’18E, Newman Grove, has joined West Holt Public Schools, teaching 8th grade science, physical science, anatomy and physiology. Wondercheck will also serve as the junior high volleyball and junior high track coach.

Andrew J.R. DeCamp

Class of '15, College of Arts and Sciences

Andrew J.R. DeCamp ’15, Lincoln, is a copywriter for Redthread.

Ryan K. Harris

Class of '15, College of Arts and Sciences

Ryan K. Harris ’15, Grand Island, has joined the Gentle Dental Care Practice in Grand Island. Ryan received his doctorate of dental surgery in May of 2019.

Breanna Fye McDonald

Class of '16, College of Arts and Sciences

Breanna Fye McDonald ’16, Phillips, is the first recipient of the Dr. E. Eugene Miller Legacy Scholarship. The family of Dr. Gene Miller created an annual scholarship fund to invest in the students of Grand Island by investing in the quality of their educators. This fund will offer a scholarship to a Grand Island Public School educator who is pursuing postgraduate level coursework to advance their professional development as a teacher, counselor or administrator. Breanna is a kindergarten teacher with Grand Island Public Schools and is pursuing a degree in Educational Leadership at Doane University.

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