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Sixteen University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students who graduate this month will be listed in the 2008 edition of Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, a directory of outstanding student leaders from more than 1,800 institutions of higher learning in the United States and several foreign countries.

The Who’s Who program recognizes campus leaders nationwide for scholastic and community achievements. Students must maintain a minimum 3.5 grade-point average and be engaged in at least three campus/community activities. The annual directory of outstanding students has been published since 1934.

Appleton

Amy Moua, bachelor of science in education degree from the College of Education and Human Services with a major in elementary Education (Pk-6)

Florence

Mitch Dennis Hulbert, bachelor of science degree from the College of Letters and Science with a major in biology

Fond du Lac

Leslie Anne Cormack, bachelor of science in education and bachelor of arts degrees from the College of Education and Human Services and the College of Letters and Science, respectively, with majors in secondary education in English and English and minors in secondary ed-ESL and Spanish

Sarah Marie Hanke, bachelor of business administration degree from the College of Business Administration with a major in human resource management

Franklin

Kristin Ann Veronica Knepel, bachelor of science in education degree from the College of Education and Human Services with a major in elementary education (EC-MC) and minor in mathematics

Harrisburg, Pa.

Vanessa A. Virbitsky, bachelor of arts degree from the College of Letters and Science with majors in journalism and political science and an emphasis in advertising/public relations

New Berlin

Trisha L. Smith, bachelor of science in education degree from the College of Education and Human Services with a major in elementary education and minor in Spanish

Oneida

Dana Marie Hansen, bachelor of science in education degree from the College of Education and Human Services with a major in elementary education (1-8) and minors in mathematics and Spanish

Oshkosh

Rabiah R. Buser, bachelor of science in nursing degree from the College of Nursing with majors in nursing and Spanish

Sarah Dawn Schettle, bachelor of science degree from the College of Letters and Science with majors in chemistry and Spanish and an emphasis in biochemistry

Schofield

Jessica A. Dabler, bachelor of science degree from the College of Letters and Science with a major in medical rechnology and minor in chemistry

Manchester

David Gary Flagel, bachelor of science degree from the College of Letters and Science with a major in biology and an emphasis in ecology and organismal studies

Mukwonago

Kiel James Michael Zillmer, bachelor of arts degree from the College of Letters and Science with a major in criminal justice and minor in Spanish

West Bend

Jonathan Clemens Luetke, bachelor of science degree from the College of Letters and Science with a major in chemistry and minor in political science

Whitefish Bay

Sarah Evelyn Harris, bachelor of arts degree from the College of Letters and Science with majors in theatre arts-design/theatre arts-acting and a minor in Spanish

Wisconsin Rapids

Patricia Rachel Wood, bachelor of arts degree from the College of Letters and Science with a major in psychology and minors in Japanese and sociology

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