Plateau grads earn Washington State University undergraduate degrees

The following Washington State University students have earned undergraduate degrees for the spring 2012 semester.

Black Diamond: Mitchell M. Boyer, bachelor of science in kinesiology, residency teaching certificate, cum laude; Maureen M. Davidson, bachelor of arts in interior design; Brittany A. Jamison, bachelor of arts in business administration; Ashley N. Oswald, bachelor of science in architectural studies.

Buckley: Christa M. Duncan, bachelor of arts in social sciences (general studies-social sciences); Alyssa R. Long, bachelor of arts in fine arts; Amber D. McKenzie, bachelor of arts in social sciences (general studies-social sciences), magna cum laude; Cullen N. Owen, bachelor of science (general studies--biological science); Shane R. Reynolds, bachelor of science in chemical engineering.

Enumclaw: Stephen C. Aubert, bachelor of arts in apparel, merchandising and textiles; Angela M. Chesley, bachelor of arts in fine arts, cum laude; Gabrielle L. Engelhard, bachelor of science in psychology, summa cum laude; Brady Irwin, bachelor of science in agricultural and food systems, undergraduate certificate in organic agriculture, cum laude; Daniel R. Marine, bachelor of science in construction management; Arielle N. Render, bachelor of arts in business administration, cum laude; Jeremy R. Stenslie, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering, cum laude.

Ravensdale: Bridgette C. Doremus, bachelor of arts in hospitality business management; Daniel G. Mjelde, bachelor of science in civil engineering, summa cum laude; Michael C. Pregent, bachelor of arts in business administration, cum laude; Kaitlin A. Proctor, bachelor of arts in business administration.

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