College News

August 2, 2011

By Staff

Local students honored

Laura Blauman and Daniel James, of Bellevue, and Christopher Scott, of Sammamish, were recently named to the dean’s list at Savannah College of Art Design for the spring quarter 2011. To qualify, students must earn a grade point average of 3.5 or above.

Matthew Smith, a senior from Issaquah, is on the spring 2011 honor roll in the School of Business at the University of Kansas. He is the son of Matthew and Karen Smith, of Issaquah, and is a graduate of Skyline High School.

Area students graduate from SPU

The following local students graduated from Seattle Pacific University:

Issaquah: Matthew Axelson, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Britney Samantha Boyer, Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude, history; Tyler Buckingham, Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude, economics; Laura Hall, Bachelor of Science, Summa Cum Laude, biology; Cassandra Hershberger, Master of Business Administration, management; Madison Maloney, Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude, psychology; Kimberly Montgomery, Master of Education, literacy; Ragini Narasimhan, Master of Arts, teaching; Adam Rizkalla, Bachelor of Arts, accounting; Susan Warner-Murray, Master of Science, nursing; and Feibing Zhou, Master of Business Administration, management.

Sammamish: Kelley Cade, Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude, special education; Samantha Captain, Bachelor of Science, food and nutritional sciences, (sports and exercise emphasis); Caitlin Hawkinson, Master of Arts, industrial/organizational Psychology; Nicholas Holderman, Bachelor of Arts, psychology; Grant Hope, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Jenica Husband, Bachelor of Arts, Summa Cum Laude, music; Tiffany LaMonte, Master of Arts, teaching; Lindsey Myers, Bachelor of Arts, business administration and accounting (management emphasis); Brittany Nation, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Benjamin Phelps, Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude, music, (music technology emphasis); William Probus, Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude, business administration (information systems emphasis); Melissa Reich, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Mahnoosh Shadbakht, Master of Science, marriage and family therapy; and Richard Yagi, Bachelor of Arts, accounting

Local students graduate from WSU

The following Washington State University Students have earned undergraduate degrees following the spring 2011 semester.

Issaquah: Robin Askins, Bachelor of Arts, hospitality business management; Mikaela Bauer, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Jessica Cheung, Bachelor of Arts, interior design; Jillian Clark, Bachelor of Arts, English, Summa Cum Laude; Nicholas Dalton, Bachelor of Science, civil engineering; Taylor DeGrande, Bachelor of Science, construction management; Michelle Hedeen, Bachelor of Science, general studies (basic medical sciences), Magna Cum Laude; Jeremy Hill, Bachelor of Science, mechanical engineering; Tanna Hitchcock, Bachelor of Arts, criminal justice, Cum Laude; Meagan Houck, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Lauren Hughes, Bachelor of Arts, humanities; Ashley Hutchinson, Bachelor of Arts, interior design; Shannon Inton, Bachelor of Arts, human development, Cum Laude; Racquel Jensen, Bachelor of Science, construction management; Shannon Keveren, Bachelor of Science, general studies (biological science), Magna Cum Laude; Lynnda Kilpatrick, Bachelor of Arts, sociology; Megan Lattin, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Ashley Lindeman, Bachelor of Science, general studies (basic medical sciences), Magna Cum Laude; Hotaka Maeda, Bachelor of Science, kinesiology; Jeffrey Mahoney, Bachelor of Science, biochemistry; Ashley Martin, Bachelor of Arts, human development, undergraduate certificate in family studies; John McIlvaine, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Danielle Moore, Bachelor of Arts, sociology; Carina Nygaard, Bachelor of Arts, interior design; Makenna Nystrom, Bachelor of Arts, English; Karissa Patterson, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Kayleigh Phillips, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Thea Price, Bachelor of Arts, political science, Cum Laude; Shane Reckling, Bachelor of Arts, social sciences (general studies); William Rogers-Durham, Bachelor of Science, mechanical engineering, Magna Cum Laude; Jessica Schumaker, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Brett Tada, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Sadie Wigginton, Bachelor of Arts, political science.

Newcastle: Michelle Quach, Bachelor of Science, nursing, Cum Laude

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