Aleen Babikian of Glendale, who attended College of Letters and Science, Bachelor of Arts, Economics A was among a total of 8,625 students who received degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
There were two ceremonies, one for undergraduates at Camp Randall and one for all graduate degree candidates at the Kohl Center. Graduating were 6,225 undergraduate students, 1,487 master’s degree students and 913 doctoral candidates.
Damian Casillas of Sunland received an associate of applied science degree in fire science from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The Class of 2023 presented degrees during its 101st commencement ceremony.
This year, UAF conferred approximately 1,029 degrees on 956 students. Some students received more than one degree. The ceremony included graduates from summer and fall 2022 and spring 2023.
The following students have been named to the dean’s list for the spring 2023 semester at Washington University in St. Louis.
From La Cañada Flintridge, Xiaoyun Gong, Aditya Sehgal Aidan Ip are enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences. To qualify for the dean’s list in the College of Arts & Sciences, students must earn a semester grade point average of 3.6 or above and be enrolled in at least 14 graded units; Grace Li is enrolled in the Olin Business School. To qualify for the dean’s list in the Olin Business School, students must earn a semester grade point average of 3.6 or above and be enrolled in at least 14 graded units; Carsten Petersen and Paul Kang are enrolled in the McKelvey School of Engineering. To qualify for the dean’s list in the McKelvey School of Engineering, students must earn a semester grade point average of 3.6 or above and be enrolled in at least 12 graded units.
Tyler Carlson of La Crescenta is enrolled in the McKelvey School of Engineering. To qualify for the dean’s list in the McKelvey School of Engineering, students must earn a semester grade point average of 3.6 or above and be enrolled in at least 12 graded units.
Haley Pak of Tujunga graduated in May from the university’s College of Arts & Sciences.
Washington University in St. Louis draws students to St. Louis from more than 100 countries and all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico and the Northern Mariana Islands. The total student body is more than 15,000 undergraduate, graduate and professional students.
The university offers more than 90 programs and almost 1,500 courses leading to bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in a broad spectrum of traditional and interdisciplinary fields, with additional opportunities for minor concentrations and individualized programs.
Clarke University in Dubuque, Iowa congratulated graduate Troy Leef from La Crescenta who earned a Bachelor of Arts, business administration and sport management.
Founded in 1843 by the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Clarke University is located near the Mississippi River in Dubuque, Iowa. Academic offerings include over 50 undergraduate majors and minors, 10 pre-professional programs, six graduate degree programs, and the CareerPLUS professional development micro course program.
Alexandra Apy of La Crescenta is among 80,000-plus members of the Lehigh family. Members of the incoming undergraduate class at Lehigh University represent 49 U.S. states and territories, including Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia, and 52 countries. This is the largest and among the most diverse classes ever admitted to Lehigh.
For more than 150 years, Lehigh University (lehigh.edu) has combined academic and learning opportunities with leadership in fostering innovative research. The institution is among the nation’s most selective, highly-ranked private research universities. Lehigh’s five colleges – College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business, College of Education, College of Health, and the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science – provide opportunities to 7,000-plus students to discover and grow in an academically rigorous environment along with a supportive, engaged campus community.
Andre Dilanchiyan of Tujunga has been named to Southern New Hampshire University’s summer 2023 dean’s list. The summer terms run from May to August.
Full-time undergraduate students who have earned a minimum grade-point average of 3.500 to 3.699 for the reporting term are named to the dean’s list.
Aaron Markabail and Peter Osipof, both of Sunland, earned placement on the president’s list. Full-time undergraduate students who earned a minimum grade-point average of 3.700 and above for the reporting term are named to the president’s list.
Full-time status is achieved by earning 12 credits over each 16-week term or paired eight-week terms grouped in fall, winter/spring, and summer. Southern New Hampshire University is a private, nonprofit institution with a 90-year history of educating traditional-aged students and working adults. Now serving more than 170,000 learners worldwide, SNHU offers approximately 200 accredited undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs, available online and on its 300-acre campus in Manchester, New Hampshire. Learn more at www.snhu.edu.