Thursday, December 14, 2006
Congratulations to University family’s fall 2006 graduates
David Alexander, senior systems analyst in the Computer Center, will graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems.
Joshua Adler, brother of Sarah Hasenour, adjunct instructor in communications, will graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in management.
Jennifer Bartek, instructor in Dental Hygiene, will graduate with a Master of Science degree in education.
Rachel L. Ball, daughter of Rebecca Ball, senior administrative associate in Business Affairs, will graduate with an Associate of Science in occupational therapy assistant.
Laura Bordelon, daughter of Tom Bordelon, associate professor of social work, and Julie Bordelon, administrative assistant in International Programs and Services, will graduate with a Bachelor of Science in geology.
John Campbell, assistant director of admission, will graduate with a Master of Public Administration degree.
Nicholas Chaddock Doerter, son of Pam Doerter, coordinator of internships and co-op education in Career Services, is earning a Bachelor of Science degree in public relations and advertising.
M. Heather Dragoo, sponsored research specialist in the Sponsored Research Office, will graduate with a Master of Public Administration degree.
Steven Fletcher, son of Linda Fletcher, senior administrative assistant in Distance Education, will graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Management.
Mandi Fulton, administrative assistant in Athletics, is earning a Bachelor of Science degree in public relations and advertising.
Christopher Wayne Laine, son of Rebecca Laine, senior cashier in the USI Bookstore, will graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Management.
Greg Nixon, intern in Graphic Design and student photographer, will graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in art.
Heidi Slavkin, wife of Michael Slavkin, associate professor of education, will graduate with a Master of Science in Secondary Education.
Julie A. Stevens, administrative assistant for the Departments of Philosophy, Political Science and Public Relations and Foreign Language in the College of Liberal Arts, will graduate with a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies.
A member of the USI family is graduating this fall from another institution: Lenore Bernard ‘04, daughter of Mary Ann Bernard, senior administrative assistant in the Development office, is earning a Master of Library Science degree from Indiana University.