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2010-2011 Graduates of the Academy

 

 

Name

Aaron Abraham

Christina Aldrich

Lauren Arndorfer

Moayad Baadhaim

Brandon Balekos

Hanna Bartholic

Britta Bengtson

Muhammad Asri Bharudin

Connor Birkel

Nathan Bleadorn

Luke Braland

Gabriell Butler

John Cattle

Kirsten Chatman

Nupur Chopra

Justin Chow

Lindsay Crawford

Colleen Dermody

Ankita Dhussa

Lindsay Dressen

Rachel Duffield

Matthew Duval

Ella Ehrhardt

Peter Elliott

Nathan Erickson

Hannah Eubanks

Avolyn Fisher

Rebecca Gahart

Michelle Gray

Grant Hahn

Dana Hansen

Kelsey Harger

Alexandra Hendzel

Jeffrey Hirsch

Erin Hogan

Jennifer Hotwagner

Ailey Hunter

London James

Trygve Jensen

Daniel Jessen

Ashley Johnson

Dominic Johnson

Laura Jones

Jocelyn Kaese

Jennifer Kaiser

Kendra Kennedy

David Kusner

Clarissa LaFlora

Marc Landes

Greg Larson

Amanda Laurent

Kelsey Lawfer

Kyung Joo Lee

Rachael Lennon

Chin Han Leow

Brandon Lewis

Emily Lofgren

Spencer Look

Matthew Lucht

Kody Lueders

Adam Lutz

Michelle Markiewicz

Whoopi Tenneh Massaquoi

Chantelle Mathany

Alvin Mathew

Kevin Mathew

Nicole McSweeney

Mariam Md. Yusof

Nikolas Miller

Cecily Miniaci

Aaron Mohr

William Morse III

Victoria-Lee Moy

Katelyn Murphy

Tyler Nauman

Dan Nottke

Taylor Odegard

Diane Olsen

Dipale Patel

Neel Patel

Tina Patel

Heroshne Pathmanathan

Annika Peick

Margaret Penland

Brittany Perkins

Lindsey Phelps

Lauren Phillips

Amanda Plagman

Cara Pratt

Hayley Pratt

Lauren Reed

Jessica Reisig

Michael Riebel

Michael Rodriguez

Danielle Rowan

Leslie Sabick

Michael Sage

Margaret Sanabria

Erin Schroeder

Julianne Rajah Sebastian Rajah

Kristen Senyk

Emma Sorensen

Byron Spears

Thomas Steffen

Allison Stephens

Allison Stephens

Emelia Stille

Leah Torrison

Crystal Tull

Umamakeswaran Veerasingam

Laura Vollmer

Sean Walsh

Caleb Warner

Lea Wearmouth

Allison Webb

Julie Wiechert

Molly Wilensky

Honey Yam

 

University News
October 29, 2014
The Drake University Board of Trustees recently approved new degree programs in mathematics, science, education, technology, and health sciences while taking initial steps to further enhance the University’s programming through $65 million in new construction and renovation.
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