It's rare when a mother and her child graduate from college together Maureen Fogarty and her son Timothy Ozminkowski both graduated over the weekend at Fox Valley Technical College in Wisconsin. She earned a nursing degree, he got his degree in software development.

It's rare when a mother and her child graduate from college together

It's rare when a mother and her child graduate from college together

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Maureen Fogarty and her son Timothy Ozminkowski both graduated over the weekend at Fox Valley Technical College in Wisconsin. She earned a nursing degree, he got his degree in software development.

LEILA FADEL, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Leila Fadel. Kids do a lot of things with their moms growing up, but usually they don't graduate from college together. Well, that's what Maureen Fogarty and her son Timothy Ozminkowski just did over the weekend at Fox Valley Technical College in Wisconsin. Maureen earned a nursing degree. Timothy got his degree in software development. They had a bet about who could get the higher GPA. Timothy won by two-tenths of a grade point. So now Maureen owes him $500. It's MORNING EDITION.

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