February 9, 2010
Issaquah resident earns scholarships from WWUWestern Washington University student Mackenzie Woehlbrandt, daughter of Erwin and Marcia Woehlbrandt, of Issaquah, received two scholarships for the 2009-2010 academic year: a $2,000 Boeing Manufacturing Management/OP Scholarship and a $1,500 Fluke Corp. Scholarship.
The Boeing Co. scholarships are awarded annually to students enrolled in manufacturing and supply chain management or operations management who have demonstrated exceptional scholastic ability.
Fluke Corp. Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management Scholarships are awarded to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in manufacturing and supply chain management degree program and show exceptional scholastic ability.
Woehlbrandt, a senior at Western, has earned a 3.6 grade point average. She is majoring in manufacturing and supply chain management and plans to graduate this fall.
WSU senior receives scholarship
Lukas J. Paulsen, the son of Margaret Watson, of Issaquah, was awarded a $2,000 scholarship from the Robert and Jean Ward Austin Scholarship Foundation from the Washington State University School of Architecture and Construction Management.
Paulsen graduated from Redmond High School in 2005 and is now a senior at WSU studying construction management. He is expected to graduate in May.
Paulsen is a member of the Sigma Lambda Chi society and has made the president’s honor roll. He has also been awarded a WSU writing with distinction honor.
Local students make Gonzaga dean’s list
Brian S. Burgess, a freshman from Sammamish, and Rebecca Burgess, a senior from Sammamish, were among the 710 students named to the Gonzaga University dean’s list for fall semester 2009.
Students must earn a grade point average between 3.5 and 3.69 to be honored.
Local students make UI dean’s list
The following students were recently named to the University of Idaho dean’s list for the 2009 fall semester. To qualify, students must have a 3.5 or better grade point average on 12 or more credits.
Issaquah: Alicia Hensen, John Bryant, Sean Erickson and Benjamin Cote
Renton: Carolyn Burke, Rancis Felicetti and Stefan Richardson
Sammamish: Denise Lampert, Michael Brewster, Amanda Powers, Elizabeth Last and Rebecca Willis
Carroll College nursing student inducted into nursing honor society
Carroll College, in Helena, Mont., inducted nursing student Kellie Blankenstein, of Issaquah, into membership in the Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society (Zeta Upsilon Chapter) on Nov. 14, 2009.