ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - The University of Central Florida has awarded a posthumous degree to a graduate student who was killed while jogging.
Brendan Ganguzza accepted the master's degree in marriage and
family therapy on behalf of his wife, Nicole.
She was found dead on June 11, a day after she went for an evening run in the park.
Brendan also started a foundation to provide affordable
counseling in his wife's honor.
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