February 7, 2012
Courtney Phillips is member of Colgate University honor society
Courtney Phillips, a member of the Colgate University Class of 2014, has been inducted into the Colgate chapter of Phi Eta Sigma, the national scholastic honorary society that recognizes the outstanding academic achievement of first-year students.
Phillips received the distinction by earning a grade point average of at least 3.5 during the 2010-2011 academic year.
Phillips, a graduate of The Overlake School in Bellevue, is the daughter of Gerald and Robin Phillips, of Sammamish.
UND fall graduates include three Renton students
The following students from Renton graduated Dec. 16 from the University of North Dakota in the fall semester:
Gregory Carras, Master of Science
Justin Flones, Bachelor of Business Administration
Quyen Lee, Master of Science
Local students are named to WWU honor roll
The following students were named to Western Washington University’s honor roll. To qualify, students must complete at least 14 graded credit hours during a quarter and be in the top 10 percent of their class.
Issaquah: Devin Amrine (4.0), Jennifer Button, Jacqueline Cecil, Britta Dybevik (4.0), Holly Groussman (4.0), Alex Jordan, Malorie Kerouac, Megan Lee, Kimberly McGarvey (4.0), Teresa Micheletti, Margaret Rauch, Rebecca Scheurich, Anna Skutley (4.0), Lindsey Vanosdoll (4.0) and Alexandra Winker
Renton: David Hatton (4.0), Claire Perrin and Kasey Sweeney-Easter
Sammamish: Christine Hay (4.0), Amber Lee, Thomas McCollough, Emma Myers, Benjamin Reh, Lindsay Skinner (4.0) and Julia Tingstad
Graduates from WWU include numerous local students
The following local students recently graduated during the fall 2011 quarter at Western Washington University:
Issaquah: Logan Altier, Bachelor of Science, computer science; Michael Helder, Bachelor of Arts, business administration (production/operations management); Angelika Ivaniukovich, Bachelor of Arts, accounting; Erika Klein, Bachelor of Arts Education, social studies (elementary); Laura Matusek, Bachelor of Arts, general studies; and Machenzie Woehlbrandt, Bachelor of Science, manufacturing and supply chain management
Newcastle: Paul Thompson, Bachelor of Arts, planning and environmental policy (DREP emphasis)
Renton: Kathryn Abercombie, Bachelor of Arts, recreation; and David Hatton, Bachelor of Arts, accounting
Sammamish: Joseph Bialek, Bachelor of Science, computer science; Michelle Breen, Bachelor of Arts, recreation; Christine Hay, Bachelor of Science, manufacturing and supply chain management; Tyler Humphrey, Bachelor of Arts, politics/philosophy/economics; Joshua Phelps, Bachelor of Arts, interdisciplinary concepts; and Jaime Wilson, Bachelor of Arts Education, psychology (human development — elementary)