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The following students from the Plateau earned degrees from Central Washington University following completion of the spring 2011 quarter.

Black Diamond: Jenna M. Bahlenhorst, bachelor of science in business administration.

Enumclaw: Nicole E. Maves, bachelor of arts in education/early childhood education, cum laude; Timothy N. Winter, bachelor of science in business administration; Deidre A. Trowbridge, bachelor of applied science in information technology and administrative management; Brittney R. Higgins, bachelor of arts in family and consumer sciences; and Robert J. Burke, bachelor of arts in biology.

Ravensdale: Coreen M. Osley, bachelor of science in business administration; Olga DeSimone, bachelor of science in business administration.

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The following Washington State University students, all from the Plateau, earned undergraduate degrees following completion of the spring 2011 semester.

Black Diamond: Rachel L. Bowen, bachelor of science in psychology, bachelor of science in mathematics, cum laude; Tracy L. Mickelson, bachelor of arts in business administration.

Buckley: Joseph S. Budinich, bachelor of science in crop science; Jessica P. Magstadt, bachelor of arts in business administration, cum laude.

Enumclaw: Colton W. Ducken, bachelor of arts in history; Tia J. Hanks, bachelor of arts in education, summa cum laude; Ebony R. Mena, bachelor of science in nursing, cum laude.

Buckley: Jessica L. McAdams, bachelor of arts in communication studies; Jacob A. Estabrook, bachelor of science in business administration.

Ravensdale: Corrina L. Dirks, bachelor of science in nursing, magna cum laude; Kimberly I. Mitchell, bachelor of arts in political science, magna cum laude.

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The following Enumclaw students earned degrees during the University of Idaho’s 2011 spring commence ceremony.

Emily Brown – bachelor of science degree in animal and veterinary science.

Kelsey M. LaRoche – bachelor of science degree in production and operations management; bachelor of science degree in management and human resources; and a bachelor of science degree in finance.

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Enumclaw resident Ashley Kenney was one of 13 graduating teachers from the University of Portland’s Pacific Alliance for Catholic Education program. A graduation ceremony took place Aug. 5 in a ceremony in the Chapel of Christ the Teacher on the University of Portland campus in Portland, Ore.

The PACE program is a two-year graduate service-training program through the University of Portland. PACE teachers earn graduate degrees in education as they take university courses and teach in under-resourced Catholic schools.

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The following area students recently graduated from Seattle Pacific University.

Enumclaw: Natasha R. Anderson, bachelor of arts in history; Jennifer E. Auger, master of science in marriage and family therapy; and Brooke E. McCully, master of science in marriage and family therapy.

Black Diamond: Kristina R. Eaton, bachelor of science in nursing.

 

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