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PLATEAU PEOPLE: University of Washington June 2011 graduates

The following area students will graduate in June from the University of Washington.

Black Diamond: Jacob Carstensen, bachelor of arts in psychology; Craig Kilgore, bachelor of arts in business administration; Jacob Meader, bachelor of arts in civil engineering; Amanda Petite, bachelor of arts in interdisciplinary arts and sciences; and Steven Thomas, bachelor of arts in communications.

Buckley: Brittany Lawrence, bachelor of arts in psychology; Aretha Nguyen, bachelor of arts in communications; Robert Ocasio, bachelor of arts in social welfare; Kathryn Rice, bachelor of arts in political science; Kathryn Royse, bachelor of arts in interdisciplinary arts and sciences; and Jenney Smith, bachelor of arts in social welfare.

Enumclaw: Jillian Alley, bachelor of arts in political science; David Baydek, bachelor of arts in communications; Clark Edwards, bachelor of arts in American studies; Stephanie Elliott, bachelor of arts in sociology; Andrea Fantello, bachelor of arts in business administration; Justin Farley, bachelor of arts in economics; Elisabeth Frerichs, bachelor of arts in psychology and English; Jesmie Ginez, bachelor of arts in biochemistry; Elaine Hall, bachelor of arts in communications; Rebecca Hodges, bachelor of arts in political science and international security; Joshua Howard, bachelor of arts in political science and philosophy; Bailey Howe, bachelor of arts in business administration/accounting; Kyle Howerton, bachelor of science in earth and space sciences; Mackenzie Kieft, bachelor of arts in environmental studies; Evan Pricco, bachelor of arts in communications; Conner Rich, bachelor of arts in drama; Katie Saunders, bachelor of arts in sociology; Joshua Schipper, bachelor of arts in drama/performance; Jennifer Schmidt, bachelor of arts in psychology and sociology; Jaclyn Welsh, bachelor of arts in business administration/marketing; and Alena Wentworth, bachelor of arts in communications.

Ravensdale: Kami Koyamatsu, bachelor of science in forest resources; Derek Nelson, bachelor of science in aeronautical and astronautical engineering.

 

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