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Saint Xavier University fall 2006 Honorable Mentions

Part-time students recognized for outstanding academic performance

Chicago (May 17, 2007) – Saint Xavier University has announced the Honorable Mention list of part-time students for the fall 2006 semester. The category recognizes exceptional part-time students who have completed a minimum of 15 credit hours at Saint Xavier and maintained a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.75 out of 4.0. In addition, students must have completed at least six but less than 12 credit hours during the semester and earned a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.75 out of 4.0. Saint Xavier University serves approximately 5,700 students at its campuses in Chicago and Orland Park and its Loop location.

Alsip    
Tamie L. Ramirez, M.A., education       
David R. McLaughlin, bachelor of business administration (BBA), finance
 
Bridgeview     
Rebecca L. O’Sullivan, B.A., social science

Burbank
Martyna Pogorzelska, B.S., biology      
Veronica M. Peterson, B.S., computer science  
Renata Lacek, B.S., mathematics 
Marianna Remiasz, bachelor of business administration (BBA) 

Chicago
Isabel Diaz, B.S., education (Archer Heights)
Claire R. Doherty, B.A., undecided (Beverly)  
Cheryl A. Finno, B.A., psychology (Beverly)               
Patrice V. Folliard, B.S., education (Beverly)  
Nancy A. Riggio, B.S., education (Beverly)     
Laura R. Venditti, B.A., psychology (Bridgeport)                    
Michelle E. Wilson, B.S., biology (Chatham)               
Barbara Z. Biel, bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) (Clearing)                      
Gwendolyn M. Malinowski, bachelor of business administration (BBA) (Clearing/Garfield Ridge)      
Monica L. Mendez, bachelor of business administration (BBA), marketing (Clearing)   
Hui Yao, bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) (Douglas)         
Janet P. Kilroy  , bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) (Dunning)
Lidia Serrano, B.S., education (East Side)       
Jennifer C. Battung, bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) (Garfield Ridge)                  
George Velon III, B.S., education (Garfield Ridge)                 
Matthew T. Weflen, B.A., philosophy (Hyde Park)      
Jonathan C. Reckard, bachelor of business administration (BBA) (Kenwood)    
Leslie D. Hines, B.A., communication sciences and disorders (Morgan Park)
Kevin W. Johnson, B.S., biology (Morgan Park)
Suzanne N. Short, B.S., education (Morgan Park)      
Danny R. Carbol, B.A., liberal studies (Mount Greenwood)    
Linda J. Francis, B.A., liberal studies (Mount Greenwood)      
Juan C. Rosas, bachelor of science in nursing (BSN)     (Mount Greenwood)
Marek K. Drozd, B.A., undecided (Norwood Park)                
Karen L. Wilson, bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) (Pill Hill)          
Shereen Thomas, bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) (Pilsen)                        
Maria R. Calderon, M.A., education (Scottsdale)        
Clyde E. Hudson, Jr., B.S., business administration (Scottsdale)                       
Tracy Mizera, B.S., education (Scottsdale)                  
John R. Lally, B.A., undecided (Uptown)          
Alma L. Price, B.A., liberal studies (Washington Heights)                  
Deborah K. Keane, B.A., undecided    (West Lawn)               

Chicago Heights
Samantha A. Chapleau, B.A., Spanish
Beth A. Russo, bachelor of business administration (BBA)

Chicago Ridge
Karen E. Kowalski, bachelor of science in nursing (BSN)

Cicero 
Marcela Flores, B.A., sociology

Crestwood
Joseph L. Soltysiak, B.A., liberal studies
 
Downers Grove
Roberta A. Barcikowski, bachelor of science in nursing (BSN)

Evergreen Park          
Neda M. Issa, B.S., education 
Nicole E. Sandrick, B.S., education      
Diana M. Sorbellini, bachelor of science in nursing (BSN)                      
 
Flossmoor
Margaret A. Frey, B.A., computer studies         

Harvey
Cheryl Thompson, bachelor of business administration (BBA)                

Hazel Crest
Sharon J. Wilson, B.A., liberal studies               

Homer Glen
Jorie L. Gustafson, B.A., undecided                  
Catherine A. Solarski, bachelor of business administration (BBA)          

Homewood      
Susan C. Wolken, B.A., psychology

Justice            
James A. Rinkus, B.A., history 

LaGrange Park
Joy G. McDowell, B.A., communication sciences and disorders            

Lockport
Elsie Pennoyer, bachelor of science in nursing (BSN)                                                     

Mokena
Cynthia L. Sedor, B.A., liberal studies   

New Lenox     
Maureen A. Goins, bachelor of business administration (BBA)
Ellen M. Paparelli, bachelor of business administration (BBA)
Sumar Abu Shaqra, bachelor of science in nursing (BSN)
Angela M. Willmot, bachelor of science in nursing (BSN)
Elizabeth M. Zager, bachelor of business administration (BBA), accounting
 
Oak Forest
Joseph E. Belsanti, B.A., computer studies                                
Christine Y. O’Keefe, M.A., education                         
 
Oak Lawn
Helene E. Albano, B.A., religious studies 
Jennifer L. Anderson, B.S., education
Kathleen Bailey, B.S., education 
John Houk, bachelor of business administration (BBA) 
Rana O. Mustafa, B.S., education         
Margaret A. Rehfeld, B.A., liberal studies         
Stephanie A. Spero, B.S., education
Joanne S. Wenzel, bachelor of business administration (BBA), accounting 
 
Orland Hills
Teresa L. Brabec, bachelor of business administration (BBA)    
 
Orland Park
Maureen A. Craigmile, bachelor of science in nursing (BSN)     
Cara Filetti, B.S., education
Noelle P. Hurley, B.A., computer studies          
 
Palos Heights
Rahaf Katanji, B.S., education 
Lorraine M. Lazzara-Nolan, B.S., education     
            
Palos Hills
Mia M. Favicchio, B.S., education        
Mary Alice Lindenmeyer, bachelor of science in nursing (BSN)                        
Kelly D. Stout, bachelor of science in nursing (BSN)
            
Romeoville
Michele R. Gena, B.S., education 
Patricia A. McGinnis, B.A., psychology 
 
Tinley Park
Patricia A. Allaway, B.S., education 
Nicholas S. Fritzinger, bachelor of business administration (BBA)          
Tiffany A. Mullarkey, bachelor of business administration (BBA)

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Founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1846, Saint Xavier University was the first Mercy college in the United States and is Chicago’s oldest Catholic university. Serving approximately 5,700 students at its campuses in Chicago, Orland Park and its Loop location, the University offers 35 undergraduate majors; more than 40 graduate program options in arts and sciences, business, education and nursing; and a variety of program options in continuing and professional studies. Recognizing Saint Xavier’s excellence in education, U.S. News & World Report has ranked SXU consistently among the Best Colleges in the Midwest.

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