Monday, July 12, 2010
A number of students within the U-B circulation area earned undergraduate degrees during the 2010 spring semester from Washington State University, according to a release.
Burbank: Annie Elizabeth Campbell, bachelor in nursing, cum laude; Stacey Ann Hall, bachelor in business administration; and Molly Elizabeth Klippert, bachelor in sport management.
College Place: Lloann Moody Ball, bachelor in nursing, summa cum laude; Cesar Carbajal Hernandez, bachelor in comparative ethnic studies; and Brenden Lee Koch, bachelor in humanities (general studies-humanities), summa cum laude.
Pomeroy: Zachary Balen Adams, bachelor in social sciences; Sarah Marie Bates, bachelor in speech and hearing sciences, summa cum laude; Sean Michael O'Connor, bachelor in social sciences; and Bridget Lee Slaybaugh, bachelor in agricultural and food systems.
Touchet: Sierra Ann Knutson, bachelor in psychology.
Walla Walla: Dewann Angelina Bach, bachelor in social sciences (general studies-social sciences); Ryan Damase Bergevin, bachelor in social studies; Jacob Lawrence Carlson, bachelor in business administration; Cory Michael Christensen, bachelor in agricultural technology and management; Lisa Marie Fann, bachelor in education, summa cum laude; Martin Erik Fortney, bachelor in political science; Elizabeth Noel Grenseman, bachelor in history; Jared Daniel Johnson, bachelor of music, cum laude; Tyler John Ketelsen, bachelor in social sciences; John Brinker Lee, bachelor in physics, magna cum laude; Fred McFarland, bachelor in English, summa cum laude; Sean Gregory Parsons, bachelor in communication; Marissa Quinn Ruzicka, bachelor in speech and hearing sciences; Nicole Rose Sawatzki, bachelor in neuroscience, summa cum laude; Andrew Jordan Snider, bachelor in communication, cum laude and bachelor in foreign languages and cultures, cum laude; Heather Malia Kiyomi Suzui, bachelor in communication; Daniel K. Thompson, bachelor in nursing; Marisa Jean Wachter, bachelor in social sciences; and Emily Kristine Welch, bachelor in business administration.
Summa cum laude honors are for a cumulative grade point average of 3.90 or better, magna cum laude for a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.70 but less than 3.90 and cum laude for a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50 but less than 3.70.
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