College News

November 5, 2013

By Staff

Local students graduate from WSU

The following students from Sammamish graduated from Washington State University in spring semester 2013:

Jaine Allodi, Bachelor of Arts in social sciences and Bachelor of Science in psychology; Hannah Armour, Bachelor of Arts in education, cum laude; Michelle Armour, Bachelor of Arts in humanities, cum laude; Kelsey Bartholomew, Bachelor of Arts in social sciences; Jena Boyle, Bachelor of Arts in communication, cum laude; Gabrielle Bracco, Bachelor of Arts in education, cum laude; Brittney Calabro, Bachelor of Arts in communication; Monrawee Cross, Bachelor of Science in psychology;

John Dove, Bachelor of Arts in communication, cum laude; Kaitlyn Gromala, Bachelor of Arts in history; Heather Hergert, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Molly Hill, Bachelor of Arts in education; Kristen Kern, Bachelor of Arts in apparel, merchandising and textiles, cum laude; Thomas Laskowski, Bachelor of Arts in business administration, cum laude; Elizabeth Levine, Bachelor of Arts in business administration, cum laude; Austin Marshall, Bachelor of Arts in communication, magna cum laude; Stephani Miller, Bachelor of Arts in social sciences, summa cum laude; Layne Miyazaki, Bachelor of Arts in business administration; Douglas Moscaret, Bachelor of Arts in history; Kallan Nelson, Bachelor of Arts in business administration; Alexander Pearl, Bachelor of Arts in communication; Scott Pu, Bachelor of Arts in digital technology and culture; Katelyn Smrecansky, Bachelor of Arts in communication; Brittany Stern, Bachelor of Arts in hospitality business management; Morgan Teglovic, Bachelor of Arts in digital technology and culture; Kristen Whitlow, Bachelor of Science in nursing; Megan Winkel, Bachelor of Arts in business administration, cum laude; Carlie Wolken, Bachelor of Arts in communication; Bibiana Wong, Bachelor of Science in microbiology

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