February Unification Open Forums

Upcoming Unification Open Forums in February:

  • At Purdue University North Central (Westville): Monday, February 9 from 1:30–3 p.m. in the Library-Student-Faculty Building (LSF) 002
  • At Purdue University Calumet (Hammond): Tuesday, February 10 from 10–11:30 a.m. in Alumni Hall

PNC Book Club to Read “The Fault in Our Stars”

The Purdue University North Central Alpha Mu Pi English Club book club will read and discuss the best-selling novel “The Fault in Our Stars” by John Green on Feb. 27 at 1 p.m. in the Library-Student Faculty Building Assembly Hall, Room 02 on the PNC campus.

“The Fault in Our Stars” is Green’s sixth novel, published in January 2012. The book is told through the eyes of a 16-year-old cancer patient. Her parents push her to attend a support group, where she ends up meeting and falling in love with a 17-year-old, an ex-basketball player and amputee. The title is inspired by a line from from William Shakespeare’s play “Julius Caesar.”

The book has been adapted to a 2014 feature film directed by Josh Boone and starring Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort and Nat Wolff.

The PNC Book Club will meet regularly during the academic year as members read and discuss various books of interest.

Transit Triangle Service Between Michigan City, La Porte and PNC to Begin February 2nd

Transit bus

Transit Triangle Bus Service Begins Feb. 2 between Michigan City, La Porte and PNC

Purdue University North Central and the cities of Michigan City and La Porte are now more accessible and interconnected.

On February 2, 2015, the much anticipated Transit Triangle, the commuter bus service connecting Michigan City, La Porte and Purdue University North Central, will begin operations.

Michigan City Transit, the administrative grantee and lead operating agency on the project, worked in close collaboration with Purdue North Central and La Porte TransPorte, and received vital assistance from the La Porte County Board of Commissioners, the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission and the La Porte County Highway Department to bring the project to completion.

The buses will operate weekdays on each of three fixed routes: between La Porte and PNC, Michigan City and PNC, and Michigan City and La Porte. Bus stops along the Transit Triangle have been selected to maximize convenience and safety for riders.

On each route, there will be three morning runs and three afternoon runs.

– Michigan City to PNC at the northwest entrance of Schwarz Hall

A non-stop route with pickup and drop-off at Marquette Mall.

– La Porte to PNC near Schwarz Hall

Other pickup/drop off points are at the La Porte County Courthouse (809 State Street), Dunham’s at La Porte Town Square (former Maple Lane Mall) and in Westville at the BP Station at the North junction of U.S. Highway 421 and State Road 2.

– Michigan City to La Porte

Pick up/drop off points also include the Marquette Mall, Woodland Health Center (8865 W. 400 North), the Swanson Center (7224 W. 400 North) and the La Porte County Courthouse (809 State Street). The Michigan City to La Porte run will make an additional stop in the Thomas Rose Industrial Park (1540 Genesis Drive) on the first and last runs only.

Passengers will be able to travel to other sites in Michigan City and La Porte from the Transit Triangle bus stops by connecting to the Michigan City Transit and La Porte TransPorte bus systems. All buses are fully ADA-accessible, with lifts/ramps for easy boarding.

The Transit Triangle service offers reasonable fares and convenient ticket options for riders.

– One-way single: $1.50 (exact change is required)

– One-way single fare with MC Transit Pass or La Porte TransPorte Pass: $1.00 (exact change is required)

– 10-Ride pass: $12.50 (beginning in March)

– Children five and under ride for free

– Monthly Commuter pass: $30 (The monthly pass is based on the calendar month, and will be available in March, the first full month of service. Pass is non-transferable.)

Passengers may transfer for free between buses within the Transit Triangle route.

Starting March 1, to pay by credit card, call the Michigan City Controller’s Office at 219-873-1404 and passes will be sent via the U.S. Postal Service or they can be picked up at the Controller’s Office at Michigan City City Hall (100 East Michigan Blvd), the TransPorte Office (102 L Street) in La Porte or at the Bursar’s Office at PNC in Schwarz Hall. Non-credit card passes can be purchased in person at any one of the above locations by cash or check.

The Transit Triangle service is made possible by a federal Congestion Mitigation Air Quality grant and matching contributions from the City of Michigan City (Ron Meer, Mayor), City of La Porte (Blair Milo, Mayor), La Porte County (Board of Commissioners) and Purdue University North Central (James Dworkin, Chancellor).

Mayor Meer said, “The City of Michigan City and in particular our Michigan City Transit Department is excited to be the lead agency in administering this new triangle bus service between the City of Michigan City, City of La Porte and Purdue University North Central. This new service will afford residents in La Porte County’s two largest cities the chance to reach destinations that previously were not possible. I am proud of the hard work and collaboration between the City of Michigan City, City of La Porte and Purdue University North Central, who all played a major role in making this project a reality. The goal of this new service is to enhance an individual’s ability to further broaden their educational and employment opportunities; I believe this new service will do just that. “

Mayor Milo said, “The Transit Triangle route will be a huge benefit for the residents of La Porte County and I am incredibly proud of all of those who have worked so hard to make this service a reality. The service has come to fruition due to the commitment of the partnership made up of Purdue North Central, La Porte County, Michigan City and the City of La Porte. Transit Triangle will help provide access for students, job seekers, employers and many others as we more closely connect our region and reduce carbon emissions by improving public transportation alternatives.”

La Porte County Commissioner David Decker said, “Cooperation with the cities, the county and PNC has never been better, as evidenced by a joint agreement to start up the long sought after bus service linking the cities and PNC.”

For PNC Chancellor James Dworkin, the 12 scheduled daily stops at PNC will help make it possible for residents of La Porte County to become students and to further their educational and career goals. Chancellor Dworkin said, “The development of the Transit Triangle in La Porte County is result of a focused multi-agency and governmental collaboration that will benefit everyone.”

The full schedule and most current information are available on the Transit Triangle website, www.TransitTriangle.com. This website can also be accessed through the MC Transit website at www.emichigancity.com/cityhall/departments/coach/ and the La Porte TransPorte website at www.cityoflaporte.com/transporte.


PNC Again Earns NAIA Champions of Character Status

Purdue University North Central has been named a National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Champions of Character institution for the 2013-14 academic year. PNC has earned the award every year since the inception in 2002.

This year PNC was among 168 institutions named as Five-Star Award winners. Schools earning this distinction share the NAIA commitment to high standards and the principle that participation in athletics serves as an integral part of the total education process.

The mission of Champions of Character is to restore character values and raise a generation of students who understand and demonstrate in everyday decisions respect, responsibility, integrity, servant leadership and sportsmanship. The program is dedicated to the principle that character is a choice and that being a champion is not just about winning, but making good decisions in daily life.

The NAIA and member institutions use the Champions of Character program to instill an understanding of character values in sports, and provide student-athletes, coaches and parents the training to help them know and do the right things, inside and outside the sports setting.

“At PNC we look to our student-athletes and coaches to be leaders in the classroom, on the athletic field or court and in the community,” said Dr. James B Dworkin, PNC chancellor .“To consistently earn Champions of Character confirms our focus on ensuring that our student-athletes succeed in sports, in the classroom and in the world.”

To be considered a Champions of Character institution, schools must demonstrate how the Champions of Character program is incorporated in athletic contests, public service projects, established policies related to behavior in practice and game situations, athletic and academic environment and character education.

“We are honored once again to achieve designation as a Champions of Character Five Star institution,” said Tom Albano, PNC director of Athletics. “Being one of the very few schools to maintain this award since its inception shows the commitment our student-athletes and coaches have made to the five points on the star: integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship and servant leadership.”

In representing the core Champions of Character values off the field, PNC student-athletes performed a number of charitable events in the surrounding communities. Activities in 2013-14 included the baseball team assisting with the Boys & Girls Club, Salvation Army Soup Kitchens, participating in a winter clinic for little leaguers with the Valparaiso Parks Department and much more.

The softball team prepared food for the homeless and put together a holiday toy drive with Daniel’s Cause. The basketball and volleyball teams hosted a clinic for The Courts of Northwest Indiana in Valparaiso. The basketball team also took some time out to read to Hobart grade school students.

The baseball, basketball and softball team included a “Give Five” program with each team member performing five hours of community service. With 50 plus players and each player exceeding the five hour minimum, the team donated more than 200 hours to community service in 2013-14.

PNC Accounting Students Offer Free Tax Service

Students from Purdue University North Central tax and accounting classes are again offering free assistance to the public in preparing federal and state income tax returns. This program is designed to provide basic income tax return preparation to individuals with low to moderate incomes, individuals with disabilities, and the elderly.

This is the 26th year that PNC has participated in the Internal Revenue Service’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. Thanks to support from the La Porte County United Way, the program has been expanded this year to accommodate more clients. This program offers free filing help to individuals and families with Gross Incomes of $53,000 or less. Gross Income is defined as income from all sources. Tax Returns will be prepared for income from wages, salaries, tips, pensions, ordinary interest, dividends, unemployment compensation, or Social Security benefits.

Appointments are required. Appointments will be available from 9:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on all Saturdays from February 14 through March 28 with the exception of March 14. The service will be offered in Room 109 of the Technology Building on the PNC campus.

Due to a recent IRS change, this year tax returns can now be prepared for taxpayers who need to file an Indiana Return, but are not required to file a federal tax return (state only returns).

Thomas Holets, continuing lecturer of Accounting and coordinator of the PNC program, said the student VITA volunteers are prepared to help with basic returns, including the 1040, 1040A, 1040 EZ, and the Indiana IT-40. Returns which include interest and dividend income, Itemized Deductions, Earned Income Credit (EIC), and basic stock and bond transactions will also be prepared. Taxpayers are expected to participate in the IRS e-file program, unless there is a technical reason which prevents e-filing.

The volunteer tax preparers have completed 12 credit hours in accounting, including at least one tax course at Purdue North Central, and passed a rigorous IRS examination on tax rules and filing procedures.

The tax preparation services offered include:

Form 1040 with Schedules A, B, EIC, D, & R

Form 2441 (Child and Dependent Care Credit)

Form 8863 (Educational Credits)

Form 8812 (Additional Child Tax Credit)

Forms that will not be prepared are:

Schedule C (Profit & Loss from Business) (Example Cosmetic Sales or Other Self-Employment)

Complicated & Advanced Schedule D (i.e. Capital Gains & Losses on portfolio Stock Sales)

Schedule E (Rents & Losses)

Schedule F (Farm Income or Income from Rental of Farm Property)

Form 2106 (Employee Business Expenses)

Form 3909 (Moving)

Form 8606 (Non-deductible IRA)

Form 8615 (Minor’s Investment Income)

Form SS-5 (Request for Social Security Number)

Returns for taxpayers that are on active Military Duty

Injured or Innocent Spouse Returns

Cancellation of Debt

Assistance with Health or Medical Savings Accounts (W-2 Box 12 Code W or W-2 Box 12 Code R) is unavailable. It may become available early in March. Please call back to check on availability later in the season.

Students do not prepare self-employment returns (no Schedule C, Schedule SE) this type of income is often reported to on FORM 1099-MISC.

To request an appointment, contact the United Way toll-free at 1-877-502-0700.

PNC Will Host FAFSA Weekend Feb. 21 & 22

Purdue University North Central will have a FAFSA Weekend to help students and parents complete their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) paperwork on Saturday, Feb. 21 and Feb. 22 in the Technology Building, Room 265.

The FAFSA is required for students to be considered for federal and state grants, loans and scholarships at most colleges, universities and vocational/technical schools nationwide and must be filed by March 10 to be eligible for state aid. During the FAFSA Weekend at PNC, PNC financial aid staff will be on hand to help students and their families file the form online. Any college-bound student and their parents may stop in, email or call to seek assistance or ask questions.

On Saturday, Feb. 21, assistance will be available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. CST.

On Sunday, Feb. 22, from 2 to 4 p.m., PNC will participate in the statewide College Goal Sunday activities. PNC will be one of 37 College Goal Sunday sites in Indiana offering students and their parents the help they need in understanding, completing and filing the FAFSA.

Throughout FAFSA Help Weekend, there will be e-mail and instant messenger and an open phone line to take incoming questions. The email address is pnctoday@pnc.edu and telephone, 877-792-2013.

Those who intend to complete the FAFSA online must have an electronic Personal Identification Number (PIN). A PIN can be obtained online prior to filing at www.pin.ed.gov, or can be obtained online at the Financial Aid Weekend. Both the parent and the student will need a PIN in order to sign and complete the FAFSA.

Those who intend to complete the FAFSA at the Financial Aid Weekend should be sure to bring:

  1. A copy of student and parent completed 2014 Federal taxes – 1040, 1040a,1040ez and 2014 W-2 forms. If the tax forms have not been completed, numbers can be estimated for the FAFSA using the W-2, if necessary.
  2. Statements showing the value of investments such as stocks and bonds.
  3. Statements of the student’s and parent’s balances of checking and savings.
  4. Any other untaxed income.
  5. Both the student and parent birth dates and social security numbers.

Students who worked last year should bring their income information. Students 24 years of age or older may attend alone and bring their own completed 2014 IRS 1040 tax return, W-2 Form or other 2014 income and benefits information.

Further information about financial aid or the Financial Aid Weekend may be obtained by contacting the Financial Aid office at 785-5200,  ext. 5493 or finaid@pnc.edu. Persons with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact ext. 5493.

PNC Books and Coffee Series Continues

The Purdue University North Central “Books & Coffee” discussion series will continue with presentations during the spring semester. The programs are free and open to the public and meet from noon to about 1 p.m. in Library-Student-Faculty Building, Assembly Hall, Room 02, located on the building’s lower level. Refreshments will be served.

Each session will feature a review of the book, followed by a discussion period. The books being reviewed are available in the PNC Bookstore. This semester’s selections include:

Feb. 18: Dr. Aaron Warren, associate professor of Physics will review “Sync: How Order Emerges From Chaos in the Universe, Nature, and Daily Life” by Steven Strogatz. Strogatz, a leading mathematician in the fields of chaos and complexity theory, explains how enormous systems can synchronize themselves, from electrons in a superconductor to pacemaker cells in human hearts. He shows that although these phenomena seem unrelated on the surface, at a deeper level there is a connection forged by the unifying power of mathematics. The tendency for systems to synchronize may be one of the most pervasive and fundamental in nature, intriguing some of the most brilliant minds of the 20th century, including Albert Einstein, Richard Feynman, Norbert Wiener, Brian Josephson, and Arthur Winfree.

March 18: Linda Dutlinger, retired associate professor of Developmental Studies, will present the Pulitzer Prize winning “Five Days at Memorial” by Sherry Fink. The book is a painfully accurate account of Memorial Hospital in New Orleans during and after Hurricane Katrina. The author details facts on the topics of responsibility during a major disaster and how decisions are made. Forty-five bodies were recovered from the hospital, more than any other hospital in the city; charges of intentional killings of patients during the disaster led to a grand jury investigation.

Apr. 15: Dr. Raymond Gleason, limited term lecturer of English, will discuss his book, “The Violent Season.” It is a book about people, Americans and Vietnamese; men and women; young and some old; innocent and eager or jaded and worn out; all transformed in the Vietnam War. An excerpt reads: “If Trinh allowed himself to think of such things, he would admit that he would gladly trade the rest of his life just to be able to spend one evening together with his father reading from the book of Apollinaire’s poetry that Trinh had burned so many years ago in the mountains near the Chinese border. But, such things are not possible. His father’s body was rotting in some undiscovered pit outside Hanoi where the Japanese had dumped it. His mother had probably died in one of those horrid ‘comfort houses’ where the Japanese forced Vietnamese women to service the sexual needs of their soldiers . . . Sergeant Major Trinh’s only reality is that on this morning, he is on a wooded ridgeline with twenty soldiers of the People’s Army of Viet Nam, a snot-nose Sub-Lieutenant with a party card and a university degree, the enemy near and a mission to accomplish.”

Additional information about Books and Coffee may be obtained by contacting Dr. Kenneth Kincaid, associate professor of History, at 785-5200,  ext. 5244 or kkincaid@pnc.edu.  Persons with disabilities needing accommodations should contact Kincaid.

PNC Presents “Exploring Light” by Maureen Sylvia Lighthall

Maureen Sylvia Lighthall

Maureen Sylvia Lighthall

The Purdue University North Central Odyssey Arts and Cultural Events Series will present the exhibit “Exploring Light” featuring abstract images by artist Maureen Sylvia Lighthall through May in the first floor, north study area of the PNC Technology Building. It is free and open to the public.

Building hours are Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Saturday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. during the school semester; otherwise the building is closed on Sunday.

The show features abstract art pieces done in mediums of watercolor, and acrylic, encaustic and resin on paper, canvas or Mylar.

Lighthall explains her artwork, “I release these images and explore the play of light on multiple surfaces and layers, some of which I have riveted or sewn. In the real world around me, I see nature: finding bark on a tree, the trees in a larger landscape, bones and primitive cave art, found objects, stones, rock formations, close up or from a distance. Also, my art has helped me recover from the loss of my son, David. I create art in his spirit, using light and color and share my celebration of life.”

Her art has appeared in juried art shows in Illinois, Indiana and Michigan and is in the corporate collections of Liberty Steel, St. Joseph, Mich.; Pfizer Corporation, Kalamazoo, Mich.; Irwin Union Bank and Trust, Columbus, Ind. and Braswell Fine Art, Chicago and Paris. In addition, her work is in personal collections in California, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Wisconsin.

For information about this exhibit or the Odyssey Arts and Cultural Events Series, contact Judy Jacobi, PNC assistant vice chancellor of Marketing and Campus Relations, at 785-5200, ext. 5593. Persons with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Jacobi.

PNC Presents “Uniforms, Outfits & Accessories” Art Exhibit

Joel DeGrand

Joel DeGrand

The Purdue University North Central Odyssey Arts and Cultural Events Series will feature an exhibit of immersive photographs by Joel DeGrand titled, “Uniforms, Outfits & Accessories.” The exhibit runs through May in the PNC Library-Student-Faculty Building, Room 02 in the building’s lower level. It is free and is open to the public and may be viewed by appointment only.

The photographs study uniforms and outfits, a part of the human experience since the Stone Age.

DeGrand notes, “Every society has a dress code that is well defined and understood by most members of that particular group. The dress code has specific rules, which in turn signal a message given by a person’s clothing and the way it is worn. The message may indicate income, social class, religious affiliation, attitude, sexual orientation, marital status, or sexual availability. It may be seen in the clothes worn in the armed services, the paramilitary, the police, security guards and the clergy. It can also be seen in shops, banks, post offices,

airports, bars, restaurants and hotels, sports teams, clubs, schools and prisons. Sometimes corporations use uniforms to create a brand or corporate image.”

Through his photography, DeGrand intends to portray “those unique uniforms, outfits and accessories that best exemplify any particular culture and hopefully tell the story of the individual who wears these outfits.”

DeGrand holds an MFA in photography from the University of Oregon and a BS in Art Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He has been a photographer since his early childhood and has taught art and photography since 1968. He has participated in numerous one-person, group exhibitions and workshops in the U.S. and abroad. His work is featured in museums, corporations, private collections and publications. He has published 16 books of his photography and won many awards for his work, including a National Endowment for the Arts grant.

To schedule an appointment to view this exhibit or to obtain further information, contact Judy Jacobi, PNC assistant vice chancellor of Marketing and Campus Relations, at 785-5200 ext. 5593. Persons with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Jacobi.

Purdue University North Central Fall 2014 Honor Roll

Spellings per Purdue University records.

Jami M. Hooker
Beverly Shores
Joseph D. Guncheon
Emily M. Wyatt
Michelle L. Wyatt
Bridgman, MI    
Matthew S. Rodriguez
Burns Harbor
Brendan Freeze
Angela M. Woods
Cedar Lake
Mishelle A. Mastronardi
Deidre R. Nuccio
Anna E. Torres
Kendra L. Berke
Vanessa R. Bruce
Mary M. Brust
Taylor M. Bull
Maria T. Burelli
Christina A. Byers
Molly N. Cannon
Joshua E. Carlson
Shelby N. Carter
Halle N. Charlebois
Stephen R. Crockett
Thomas Darnell
Monica M. Deeter
Michael A. Diaz
Bridget R. Dudley
Anthony J. Ello
Jennifer L. Eubanks
Sherry L. Gacioch
Kyle R. Galloway
Brandon K. Garvey
Justin S. Golday
Kathleen E. Green
Danalhy Guerra
Kaitlyn D. Hasselberger
Chieko Hatai
Noelle M. Hinkel
Andrew S. Hinkley
Justin N. Holland
Jeremy K. Jaeger
Benjamin P. Jakubowski
Kerin L. Jakubowski
Ryan A. Jakubowski
Shaina J. Johnson
Ariel J. Joseph
Samuel M. Langley
Christopher J. Mahoney
Mariel A. McElfresh
Madelaine E. Miller
Gabrielle M. Music
Alison M. Nelson
Amy L. Norris
Nicolaus G. Patterson
Carlos M. Pedroza
Nathanael J. Pilla
Jason P. Pollock
Julie A. Rains
Timothy J. Ramsey
Alysha M. Rechlicz
Bailey J. Regier
McKenzie E. Richardson
Jason W. Schacht
Sydney N. Sharpe
Haley J. Solar
Jessica L. Streeter
Tyler A. Sufana
Kelsey A. Tabbert
Tamara I. Tarnowski
Bradley C. Troup
Alexis S. Ulrich
Gabriel T. Underwood
Lyndie E. Walton
Tyler S. Wein
Haley White
Conner J. Whitfield
Kathryn M. Winski
Shanna I. Wisneski
Abigail L. Wolter
Chicago, IL    
Jeffrey L. Bonesteel
Joshua S. Laine
Richard M. Myers
Nicolas J. Waldmarson
Crown Point
Barbra E. Anderson
Zachary A. Biscuso
Ralaunda M. Bradshaw
Nicholas M. Chimitt
Alyssa R. DelRisco
Yiqi Duan
Sara H. Dubczak
Jonathan J. Fabian
Marilyn A. Gonzales
Taylor L. Hawkins
Dean A. Hill
Carrie N. Kovacik
Nichole D. Pater
Emily N. Rouhselang
Hannah M. Streeter
Kevin J. Vickers
Amanda H. Waliszewski
Kacie N. Wilcox
Vance R. Curtis
Hanna M. Ehlinger
Cassondra G. Patrick
Jason Allen
Jennifer L. Howard
Shelby L. Hurst
Kristen E. Jones
Miranda L. Retzlaff
Nicholas J. Saliga
Emily C. Sandefur
Ryan L. Schultz
Abbey L. Sittema
Emily S. Zamitis
Anthony R. Hoolehan
Naomi L. Gray
Shawn D. Cramer
Nolan R. Mc Bride
Dane M. Wysong
Etna Green
Courtney Armacost
Fair Oaks    
Austin J. Sanders
Flossmoor, IL
Keith Pullen
Fort Wayne
Jaime M. Lemon
Jessica A. Libey
Madalene C. Nagel
Galien, MI
Brandi N. Gareau
Marcelina M. Espinosa
Renee E. Porter
Robert L. Kuntz
Natalie E. Weiss
Amanda L. Budde
Katelyn N. Peters
Millette K. Noble
Nicole J. Brabbs
Noemis Cavazos
Tori J. Lunsford
Nancy M. Cole
Heather A. Horne
Tammy L. Rosebaum
Eric T. Barzycki
Amanda K. Bernard
Aerielle A. Brugos
Katrina I. Carroll
Lindsay R. Covault
Nicole M. Dziadosz
Kyle J. Hernandez
Shaw R. Hiestand
Crystal E. Hinkel
Aleksandra S. Kasich
Anneliese J. Kieper
Angela A. Krueger
Caitlyn E. Lent
Kayla M. Ludington
Elizabeth A. MacNeill
Mike A. Mikulich
Dylan J. Parks
Jason M. Reick
Jeffrey S. Sarkey
Matthew M. Scheffer
Charles L. Shields
Ashley M. Spurr
Jessica A. Stockman
Taylor Stokes
Jacob K. Straka
Beth A. Szymaszek
Kimberly D. Szymaszek
Rachel E. Tacker
Meagan N. Ziller
Kate R. Zavada
Jeremy S.Booker
Jared A. Daghy
Tyler J. Grynovich
Gabriella A. Guerra
Keri A. Ingram
Brian C. Jones
Allison N. Lamparski
Codi L. North
Felicia M. Perschau
Jeremy A. Phillips
Francesca M. Polizotto
Jamie K. Pope
Zachary R. Staback
Karin D. Sylvia
Nina S. Terry
Shane L. Spells
Kingsford Heights
Julie A. Herbst
Hannah M. Fuller
Crystal A. Allen
Roxann L. Back
Brianna K. Barnett
Charles H. Caudill
Sally L. Daisy
Leanne R. Kerley
Dominic W. White
Janel M. Zilinski
Cody M. Jansen
Catherine N. Davis
Caitlin L. Doherty
Brent Jarnecke
Austin T. Mc Neill
Easten R. Mc Neill
Zachary T. Minchuk-Bielawski
Malori J. Miner
Rachel L. Palmer
Madelyne A. Royter
Lindsey C. Salyer
Jacob D. Spratley
La Crosse
Quinn B. Guillermo
Tracy L. Muggelberg
La Porte
Emilee A. Armstrong
Charlotte M. Baldwin
Zoe Bales
Andrew J. Baney
Kayla N. Banks
Hannah E. Barden
Robert L. Barden
Jennifer L. Bardusk
Trace S. Beauchamp
Eric Beebe
Jordan M. Behenna
Austin A. Bell
Sunshine M. Bell
Brent A. Bellen
John C. Beutner
Karen E. Bjonback
Peter T. Boulahanis
Nolin H. Bruns
Rubinely Calderon
Alyssa M. Cardello
Cassie M. Carlson
David Carmel
James M. Carrier
Angeline M. Cary
Amanda R. Chavez
Emily J. Cizewski
Melissa L. Coffeen
Alexandria M. Cooper
Molly R. Cross
Nanda L. Danitschek
Shawna R. Degraff
Jeremy C. Diederich
Jenna C. Diehl
Joel Diehl
Jamie L. Dillon
Latasha S. Dixon
Kelly A. Donze
Brittany K. Dunbar
Taylor K. Emmons
Jeremy D. Erne
Courtney L. Felker
Caitlyn D. Fennell
Sarah J. Fisher
Kamilah N. Fleming
Selina M. Flores
Jordan A. Frame
Andrew J. Frecke
Rebecca J. Frye
Viktoria L. Gagnet
Jocelyn Gaona
Marisa R. Garcia
Rachel E. Garwood
Andrea M. Ginter
Madison P. Gits
Ian E. Gonsorek
Nicole M. Griffin
Jory M. Grillo
Taylor N. Gumns
Kimberly P. Gustafson
Robin L. Gustafson
Sherri Haverstock
Megan D. Henrich
Rachel A. Hill
Kjia D. Hindsley
Rebecca A. Hipskind
Coburn M. Hoffman
Reginald J. Hopton
Alexis D. Jackson
Jami L. Jackson
Karen N. Jedrysek
Polly A. Johns
Vanessa R. Johnson
Jaime L. Jorge
Mark C. Jozaitis
Amanda G. Julian
Matthew J. Kazmierzak
Christine J. Keil
Allison M. Kelly
Nathanial G. Kennedy
Brittany T. Ketcham
Courtney L. Knotts
Carly Kwiecien
Hannah L. Lawrence
Stephanie L. Lawrence
Kim A. Lewis
Amanda J. Lindsey
Gregory T. Littlejohn
Joshua A. Long
Alissa R. Marcum
Craig A. Marcum
Jordan R. Marhanka
Nicole E. Mc Caw
Rachael A. Mc Cluskey
Alexander C. McCoy
Joshua L. McCoy
Cortney A. McIntosh
Michael A. Metyko
Justin T. Miller
Ryan G. Miller
Sean A. Mitchell
Stephanie M. Muccigrosso
Dylan M. Mumaw
Sarah N. Nelson
Jadie-Kae K. Novak
Joshua P. Nowatzke
Kajal A. Patel
Nicholas T. Pazera
Ian S. Pearson
Geoffrey M. Phillips
Brittney M. Randall
Marissa G. Remedi
Samantha M. Riehle
Jessica K. Roberts
Sabra E. Rodriguez
Rocio E. Romero
Megan A. Sager
Bianca Salgado
Carissa A. Sass
Amber N. Schoff
Ashley Schultz
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