College News

June 19, 2012

By Staff

University of Washington students graduate

The following Issaquah students graduated from the University of Washington in June (last names Me through Tor):

Mac Michael Mendez, Bachelor of Science, informatics (information architecture); Alexa Meyer, Bachelor of Arts, business administration (finance); Rachel Mickey, Bachelor of Arts, environmental studies; Nina Milligan, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Kurtis Milton, Bachelor of Science, applied and computational math sciences; Hans Minea, Bachelor of Arts, business administration (accounting); Gregory Miner, Bachelor of Science, chemistry (ACS certified; biochemistry); Samuel Miyake, Bachelor of Arts, political science (political economy); Maansi Modi, Bachelor of Science, nursing; Travis Moeller, Bachelor of Arts, history; Kiana Mohajeri, Bachelor of Science, biology (molecules, cells and development); Andrea Morgan, Bachelor of Arts, business administration, marketing; Molly Morritt, Bachelor of Arts, psychology; Marc Mueller, Bachelor of Science, materials science and engineering; Taylor Mueller, Bachelor of Arts, sociology; Kevin Mulholland, Bachelor of Arts, sociology; David Murray, Bachelor of Science, technical communication; Mandana Naderi, Bachelor of Science, public health;  Lauren Naismith, Bachelor of Science, psychology; Meagan Nakashima, Bachelor of Arts, (psychology, sociology); Daniel Nanadjanians, Bachelor of Science, computing and software systems; Pamela Jan Nelson, Bachelor of Arts, business administration (finance); Judy Nguyen, Bachelor of Arts, community psychology; Robert Nguyen, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Stephanie Nguyen, Bachelor of Arts (society, ethics and human behavior); Paul Nichols, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Melissa Nipert, Bachelor of Arts, sociology; Kari Nordvik, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Sarah Norman, Bachelor of Arts, drama; Brandon Nudelman, Bachelor of Science, biology (molecules, cells and development); Laura Nykreim, Bachelor of Arts, international studies (Europe); Connor Olsen, Bachelor of Arts, business administration (accounting); Mark Onufer, Bachelor of Science, mechanical engineering and Bachelor of Science, physics; Alex Ortiz, Bachelor of Arts, art history; Lauren Pace, Bachelor of Arts, international studies (general); Angela Paderes, Bachelor of Arts, business administration (information systems); Gunnye Pak, Bachelor of Science, biology (physiology); Han Pak, Bachelor of Arts, early childhood and family studies; Sarah Park, Bachelor of Arts, sociology; Scott Parker, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Janet Pasko, Bachelor of Arts, environmental studies; Kaylee Perkizas, Bachelor of Science, biology (general); Lena Perry, Bachelor of Science, biology (general); Harrison Pham, Bachelor of Science, biology (general); Melissa Pighin, Bachelor of Arts, environmental studies; Kimberly Pohlman, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Jeffrey Postlewait, Bachelor of Arts, business administration (entrepreneurship); Zachary Pritchett, Bachelor of Science, electrical engineering; Lauren Purrier, Bachelor of Arts, interdisciplinary visual arts; Peter Quaeck, Bachelor of Arts, business administration (finance); Christopher Queitzsch, Bachelor of Science, applied and computational math sciences; Karina Ray, Bachelor of Science, microbiology; Maria Razumovich, Bachelor of Arts, Russian language (literature and culture); Jacquelynn Reasy, Bachelor of Arts, interdisciplinary studies (society, ethics and human behavior); Julie Reynolds, Bachelor of Arts, business administration (marketing, finance); Abigail Richert, Bachelor of Arts, comparative religion; Travis Rillos, Bachelor of Arts, economics; Lorilyn Roller, Bachelor of Arts, (law, societies and justice); Jennifer Rucker, Bachelor of Arts, history; Christena Runolfson, Bachelor of Science, speech and hearing sciences; Courtney Laura, Bachelor of Arts, sociology; Worawat Saelee, Bachelor of Science, mechanical engineering (mechatronics); Kathleen Salter, Bachelor of Arts, interdisciplinary arts and sciences; Mckenzie Samms, Bachelor of Arts, business administration (marketing); Ryan Sapp, Bachelor of Arts, business administration (finance); Andrew Schaefer, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Rachel Seeley, Bachelor of Science, psychology; Rhona Seng, Bachelor of Arts, sociology; Robin Sharma, Bachelor of Arts, business administration (accounting); Timothy Shepard, Bachelor of Arts, English; Daniel Sherbeck, Bachelor of Science, electrical engineering; Casey Shey, Bachelor of Science, informatics, Wan-Ting Shiao, Bachelor of Science, biology (general); Courtney Shore, Bachelor of Arts, biochemistry;  Parker Sjolander, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Laura Skinner, Bachelor of Arts, French; Kylie Smith, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Maryam Soomro, Bachelor of Arts, business administration (accounting); Blake Springer, Bachelor of Arts, in business administration; Christopher Stanley, Bachelor of Science, biology; William Stark, Bachelor of Arts, business administration (finance); Krista Staudinger, Bachelor of Arts, communication (journalism, Spanish); Anna Steele, Bachelor of Arts, (society, ethics and human behavior); Sujata Sundaresan, Bachelor of Science, nursing; Nicholas Swartzendruber, Bachelor of Science, computer science and systems; Trevor Takami, Bachelor of Science, biology (molecules, cells and development); Lauren Talmadge, Bachelor of Arts, English; Lancy Tan, Bachelor of Arts, biochemistry; Lancy Tan, Bachelor of Science, neurobiology; Kirk Tarbutton, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Rebecca Teel, Bachelor of Arts, (environmental studies) and Bachelor of Arts, earth and space sciences; Brooke Tibbles, Bachelor of Arts, business administration (accounting); Ryan Tilton, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Rebecca Tollefson, Bachelor of Science, speech and hearing science (communication disorders); Jonathon Torone, Bachelor of Fine Arts, digital arts and experimental media, and Bachelor of Arts, individualized studies

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