College News

October 18, 2011

By Staff

Local student graduates from Hebrew University

Mandy Goldberg, of Issaquah, recently graduated from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Braun School of Public Health and Community Medicine, in Jerusalem.

She received a master’s degree in public health.

Goldberg is a 2005 graduate of Issaquah High School and received a bachelor’s degree in international relations from the University of Southern California in 2009.

Students graduate from WSU

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

Issaquah: Lynnda Kilpatrick, Bachelor of Arts, anthropology; Richard Kilpatrick, Bachelor of Arts, communication; John McIlvaine, Bachelor of Arts, communication; and Michelle Pernack, Bachelor of Arts, communication

Renton: Charlene Emory, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Rachelle Flynn, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Dillon Ford, Bachelor of Science, chemical engineering; Erin Fosler, Bachelor of Science, animal sciences; Michael Johnson, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Mindy Johnson, Bachelor of Arts, social sciences; Jason Page, Bachelor of Arts, humanities; Cantlon Ryan, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Paige Ryerson, Bachelor of Arts, social sciences; Michael Smith, Bachelor of Science, materials science and engineering; Graham Stream, Bachelor of Arts, sport management; Alissa Wakeley, Bachelor of Science, animal sciences; and Brianna Werre, Bachelor of Arts, communication

Sammamish: Natalie Bohner, Bachelor of Arts, education; Erin Castro, Bachelor of Arts, criminal justice; Austin Clausius, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Evan Crow, Bachelor of Arts, social sciences; Kristi Goetz, Bachelor of Arts, human development, Cum Laude; Chris Ogden, Bachelor of Arts, history; Andrew Peterson, Bachelor of Arts, social sciences; and David Williams, Bachelor of Arts, English

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