STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS

University of Washington graduates of the from the Marysville area for the June 2008 semester are: Santiago Abujen II Abadam, bachelor of science in nursing; William David Alexander, bachelor of science (computing and software systems); Jeremy Tyson Brudvik, bachelor of science (computer science); Brent Patrick Conley, bachelor of arts (history); Dori Mae Eastham, bachelor of arts (korean); Maria Magdalena Golescu, bachelor of arts (interdisciplinary studies: community psychology); Adam Clark Gwaltney, bachelor of arts (psychology); Rozana Larae Harvey, bachelor of arts (psychology); Frank Jacob Hegr, bachelor of arts (economics); Ryan Michael Henderson, bachelor of arts in business administration, Jill Ann Houghton, bachelor of science (biochemistry); Katherine Elizabeth Antonia Jana, bachelor of arts (interdisciplinary studies: global studies); Erin Andrea Jurkovich, bachelor of arts (psychology); Louis Lui Kam, bachelor of science (chemistry: acs certified); Caitlin Marie Kelley, bachelor of science (biology: general); Joong Do Kim, bachelor of science (biology: general); Dan Yeou-Shiu Liang, bachelor of arts in business administration (information systems: financial); John Kustaa Mansfield, bachelor of arts in business administration (entrepreneurial and marketing); Marielle Louise Bautista Nuval, bachelor of arts (general studies); Martha Jeanne Ollmann, bachelor of science in nursing; William Jack Petry, bachelor of science (biochemistry); William Jack Petry, bachelor of science (chemistry); Abhinav Rishi, bachelor of science in aeronautical and astronautical eningeering; William James Ruiz, bachelor of arts in business administration (accounting and finance); Shelly Lynn Siegel, bachelor of arts (communication: social sciences); Stacey Renee Stormo, bachelor of arts (spanish); Stacey Seul Kee Taplin, bachelor of arts (communication, sociology); Melissa Thamsen, bachelor of arts in business administration; Kyle Robert Thompson, bachelor of arts in business administration; Kyle Robert Thompson, bachelor of arts (communication); Maria Magdalena Torres, bachelor of arts (english); Matthew William Traenkenschuh, bachelor of arts in business administration (accounting and human resources management); Judee R Tucker, bachelor of science in nursing; Niki Isak Umboh, bachelor of arts in business administration; Amanda Yuriko Wolf, bachelor of arts in business administration; Lena May Hammons, bachelor of arts (social sciences).

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University of Washington June Graduates

University of Washington graduates of the from the Marysville area for the June 2008 semester are: Santiago Abujen II Abadam, bachelor of science in nursing; William David Alexander, bachelor of science (computing and software systems); Jeremy Tyson Brudvik, bachelor of science (computer science); Brent Patrick Conley, bachelor of arts (history); Dori Mae Eastham, bachelor of arts (korean); Maria Magdalena Golescu, bachelor of arts (interdisciplinary studies: community psychology); Adam Clark Gwaltney, bachelor of arts (psychology); Rozana Larae Harvey, bachelor of arts (psychology); Frank Jacob Hegr, bachelor of arts (economics); Ryan Michael Henderson, bachelor of arts in business administration, Jill Ann Houghton, bachelor of science (biochemistry); Katherine Elizabeth Antonia Jana, bachelor of arts (interdisciplinary studies: global studies); Erin Andrea Jurkovich, bachelor of arts (psychology); Louis Lui Kam, bachelor of science (chemistry: acs certified); Caitlin Marie Kelley, bachelor of science (biology: general); Joong Do Kim, bachelor of science (biology: general); Dan Yeou-Shiu Liang, bachelor of arts in business administration (information systems: financial); John Kustaa Mansfield, bachelor of arts in business administration (entrepreneurial and marketing); Marielle Louise Bautista Nuval, bachelor of arts (general studies); Martha Jeanne Ollmann, bachelor of science in nursing; William Jack Petry, bachelor of science (biochemistry); William Jack Petry, bachelor of science (chemistry); Abhinav Rishi, bachelor of science in aeronautical and astronautical eningeering; William James Ruiz, bachelor of arts in business administration (accounting and finance); Shelly Lynn Siegel, bachelor of arts (communication: social sciences); Stacey Renee Stormo, bachelor of arts (spanish); Stacey Seul Kee Taplin, bachelor of arts (communication, sociology); Melissa Thamsen, bachelor of arts in business administration; Kyle Robert Thompson, bachelor of arts in business administration; Kyle Robert Thompson, bachelor of arts (communication); Maria Magdalena Torres, bachelor of arts (english); Matthew William Traenkenschuh, bachelor of arts in business administration (accounting and human resources management); Judee R Tucker, bachelor of science in nursing; Niki Isak Umboh, bachelor of arts in business administration; Amanda Yuriko Wolf, bachelor of arts in business administration; Lena May Hammons, bachelor of arts (social sciences).

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University Dean’s List

Students from Marysville who made the Spring Dean’s List at Eastern Washington University are Amanda Chase, Megan Jones, Brandy Kirkpatrick, Raymond Loffredo, Brianna Lundberg and Pelenato Seanoa.

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