October 14, 2014
Faith Fowler, of Issaquah, is one of three students given the opportunity to work on campus this summer through the new Lister Summer Fellowship program at Hofstra University in N.Y.
Fowler is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in forensic science and working under the mentorship of a Chemistry Professor Ling Huang on research geared toward law enforcement and its ability to quickly analyze emerging synthetic designer drugs. For this, Faith has access to state of the art nuclear magnetic resonance.
September 23, 2014
Local students graduate from Seattle Pacific University
Issaquah: Jenive Brooks, Bachelor of Arts, psychology; Heather Clauson-Sells, Doctor of Education, doctoral studies in education; Pallavi Dua, Master of Science, information systems management; Joanna Harmon, Master of Arts, teaching; Jaclyn Kopson, Master of Arts, business administration management; Madison Maloney, Master of Arts, industrial and organizational psychology; Abigail Platter, Magna Cum Laude, Bachelor of Arts, art; Daniel Schafer, Master of Science, information systems management; Kristina Schwartz, Master of Arts, teaching; Kerry Truell, Master of Education, literacy; and Tara Walker, Magna Cum Laude, Bachelor of Science, mathematics
September 16, 2014
Hallie Holton, of Sammamish, was named to the honor roll at University of Kansas, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, in Lawrence, Kansas.
September 9, 2014
UW announces dean’s list
The following students from Issaquah were named to University of Washington’s dean’s list for the winter 2014 quarter:
September 2, 2014
Montana State University Honor Roll
Issaquah: Dustin Fry and Kesleigh Walin (3.5 gpa or higer); and Laura Tochko (4.0)
Sammamish: Keegan McBride and James Nielsen (3.5 gpa or higher); and Kathryn Barnett (4.0)
August 26, 2014
National Merit Scholarship
Five local high school seniors are among its collegiate-sponsored winners for the 2014 scholarship program of the National Merit Scholarship Corp.:
- Catherine Ball, Issaquah High School, is pursuing a degree in computer programming at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minn.
- Grant Vaska, Issaquah High School, will attend Washington University in St. Louis, Minn.
- Kathleen Park, of Sammamish, will pursue a degree in communications at Wheaton College near Chicago.
- Shanchen Pu, of Sammamish, will pursue a degree in medicine at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill.
- Nikila Vinugopal, of Sammamish, will pursue a career in dance at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.
August 12, 2014
The following Issaquah students graduated from Western Governor’s University of Washington for 2014:
Michael Quaranta, Master of Business Administration, healthcare management; Taylor Laddrout, Bachelor of Science, information technology; Adriana Sirb, Bachelor of Science, accounting; Carrie Sasynuik, Master of Business Administration, healthcare management; Mark Shackelford, Bachelor of Science, health informatics; Matthew Sargent, Master of Science, information security and assurance; Rachel Vance, Master of Arts, teaching elementary school; Briton Stender, Bachelor of Arts, science chemistry; Christopher Hayes, Master of Business Administration, management and strategy; David Ker, Bachelor of Science, information technology; Jaime Cruz, Master of Business Administration, management and strategy; Lonnie Jones, Bachelor of Science, business and information technology management; Braden Anderson, Master of Business Administration, healthcare management; Rychell Hayes, Master of Arts, teaching elementary; Kaylee Goree-Ndiaye, Master of Science, curriculum and instruction; and Janet Anderson, Bachelor of Science, marketing management.
Danyell Spring, of Issaquah, graduated from Baker University in Baldwin City, Kan., with a Master of Business Administration. Read more
July 22, 2014
The Alpha Rho chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa has awarded its annual scholarships of $1,000 to Skyline High School senior Madison Laycock and Issaquah High School senior Cassidy Crickmore to help them further their education.
Alpha Delta Kappa is an international honorary organization of women educators dedicated to educational excellence, altruism and world understanding.
July 15, 2014
Oregon State University, in Corvallis, Ore., announced its graduates for spring 2014 including:
Issaquah: Joseph Camporeale, Bachelor of Science in merchandising management; Carly Cassidy, Bachelor of Science in human development and family sciences; Jillian Clark, Master of Arts in English; Thomas Day, Master of Science in chemistry; and Caitlin Eddy, Bachelor of Science in public health.
Newcastle: Jocelyn McNeil, Bachelor of Science in economics.
Preston: Megan Smith, Bachelor of Science in human development and family sciences.
Sammamish: Eli Elder, Bachelor of Science in computer science; Kyla Krueger, Bachelor of Science in human development and family sciences; Melisa Magnuson, Bachelor of Science in merchandising management; Erik McClure, Bachelor of Science in construction engineering management; and Ashley McLaughlin, Bachelor of Science in merchandising management.
July 15, 2014
Elizabeth Dike, of Issaquah, has earned a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.
Anees Daud, of Issaquah, earned her Doctor of Medicine Degree from the University of Vermont, in Burlington, Vt., on May 18.
Timothy Kriewall, of Issaquah, graduated from Wisconsin Lutheran College, in Milwaukee, with a Bachelor of Science in physics, mathematics and computer science.
Samuel Cunard, of Issaquah, received a Bachelor of Science in business and economics from Lehigh University, in Bethlehem, Penn.
Three local residents graduated from Tulane University, in New Orleans, this spring: Kyrstin Mallon Andrews, of Issaquah, graduated from the School of Liberal Arts with a Master of Arts; Ariel Jacoby, of Issaquah, graduated from the School of Liberal Arts with a Bachelor of Arts; and Kirsten Lacist, of Newcastle, graduated from the School of Liberal Arts with a Bachelor of Arts.
Minju Lee of Issaquah, received a Bachelor of Science in pharmaceutical and healthcare studies from University of the Sciences, in Philadelphia.