Mike Klug, Arts ’88, Grad ’98, is president of the Brain Injury Alliance of Wisconsin Board of Directors. He is vice president for community outreach and program development at MCFI NEXDAY Neuro-Rehab, which focuses on recovery and regaining independence after acquired and traumatic brain injuries.
Sandi (Swincicki) Pagenkopf, Nurs ’98and Kelly Pagenkopf, son Benjamin Michael, June 7, 2015. He was 9 pounds, 10 ounces and 19 inches. He is the second child for the family, which lives in North Lake, Wis.
Erin Troia, Comm ’98 is chief development officer for Alpha Chi Omega Foundation, headquartered in Indianapolis.
Matthew Gill, Arts ’98 and Amy (Schmid) Gill, Arts ’97: daughter Johanna Clare, May 4, 2015. She was 7 pounds, 2 ounces.
Michael C. Bruno, Comm ’98
Katherine (Gardner) LaMantia, Bus Ad ’98, and Michael LaMantia, Arts ’97: son Peter John, Oct. 17, 2014. He joins sister Ally and brother Michael.
Jennifer (Elling) Bigelow, Arts ’98, H Sci ’00, and Ryan Bigelow: son Blake Thomas, Oct. 25, 2015. He joins sister Kirra, 9, and brother Cole, 7.
Scott Niederjohn, Ph.D, Eng ’96, Grad ’98, is an economics professor and director of the Lakeland College Center for Economic Education in Plymouth, Wis. The center works with Wisconsin K–12 teachers to improve students’ economic and financial literacy. He was named Money Magazine Money Hero of the Month in December 2014.
Krystyna Sarrazin, Comm ’98, was elected to her second term on the city council as alderman of the second district of Racine, Wis.
Brian Viezbicke, Eng ’98, received his doctorate in material science and engineering with a solar materials concentration from Rutgers University in Piscataway, N.J.