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Student honors announced for Central Kitsap area

 

The following local students from Kitsap County graduated from Western Washington University this fall: Nicole Faye Harris, Seabeck; Robbin Walter, Harris, Bremerton; Shelby Ann Hunter, Seabeck; Judy My Le, Bremerton; Daniel Alan McLean, Bremerton; Damaris Sonia Kay, Bremerton; Breann Ranea Ohman, Bremerton; Linda Dovelle Shaw, Tracyton; Margaret Elizabeth Slegel, Bremerton; and Joshua David Wecker, Bremerton.

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The following students from Kitsap County made the fall quarter Dean's list at the University of Washington for achieving a GPA of 3.5 or higher. Cody Michael Andrews, Christopher Arel Algas Arboleda, Megan M. Arriola, Mitchell Gregory Brown, Sarah Carey, Christopher Lynn Carter, Kelsey G. Chambers, Aaron Christopher Chapman, Nathaniel Aloysius Clemen, Courtnee Amanda Clough, Marchelle Therese Crisostomo, Brianna Marie D'Angelo, Stasha S. Dennard, Kyle Lingat Diaz, Charles Kevin Doyal, Carl Justine Oalin Encomienda, Kimberly Marie Gray, Jessica Alicia Gruber, Caleb Alexander Helm, Matthew Alan Hornburg, Andrew Michael-Lee Johnson, Riley Clifton Johnson, Jennifer G Joyner, Melissa Jubane, Rachel Maria Kipps, Patrick Larson, Laurie Frances McCrea, Eric Raymond Preston, Arianne A Salas;         David Sheldon Scales, Elizabeth Shepard, Kevin Joel Simans, Kinsey Leigh Simcic, Linzy Jean Singleton, Chelsea Michelle Starr, Daniel James Sullivan, Olivia Rose Sullivan, David Paul Swanson, Micaela Rae Tolliver, Matthew Steven Umstead, Hailey Marie Watters, Jillian Wetzel, Samuel Keiji Williams, Justin Tyler Wing, Lars Mcniel Blazina, Briar Thomas Doty, Robert Brandon Farmer, Laura Ann Haelsig, Kelly Linnea MacWhorter, Conner Davis McCorkle, Madeline Genevieve Miller, Daniel Huy Nguyen, Nicholas Robert Polizzi, Ivan Vadimovich Pougatchev, Nathaniel James Reeves, Colin Wolfe Schmalle;  Jacob Michael Shoudy, Tyler D Simrell, Trygve J Stageberg, Megan Johanna Stickney, Lauren Corinne Stueven, Alan Tucker Weber, Jean Katherine Rarig, Jason Alexander Adamson, Jeffrey Charles Alcock, Ralaine Ritzel Ditan Angeles, Kyle James Bergman, William James Bergman, David Alexander Boe, Paul David Bostwick, Calla Miki Chun, Sarah E Clark, Maggie Leeann Crow, Kenneth Breckenridge Davidson, Mariam Hamatto Davis, Vanessa Claire Escobar, Jacob Joseph Gile, Zachary Ryan Greening, Daniel Louis Guillory, Kathryn Marie Hedrick, Carly Jane Home, Aaron P Huston. Gavin Bonifacio Jaravata, Bryan Michael Martin, Autumn Ann Mills, Samantha Regala Monteagudo, Derek Clarke Parrish, Rieza Forbes Rebulado, Olivia Marie Schronce, Rebekka Lynn Shattuck, Jason Malinay Soria, Juliette Kumari Van Son and Erin Marie Williams.

The following local students at Seattle Pacific University made the Dean's List for the fall semester for achieving a GPA of 3.5 or higher.

Alexandrea Marie Garcia, Bremerton; Juliana K Garcia, Bremerton; Faith Amanda Nadine Hamilton, Bremerton; Tabitha Marie Harold, Bremerton; Andrea Rachel Johnson, Bremerton; Eric Luu, Bremerton; Courtney Lane Michaels-Jeppesen, Bremerton; Paige Elizabeth Mitchell, Bremerton; Eliot Arthur Orando, Silverdale; Jeffrey Paul Robinson, Bremerton; Michelle Alvez Rosimo, Silverdale; and Gwendolyn Susan Ryno of Bremerton.

========Honors from colleges outside the area:

Maria Richardson of Silverdale made the Grinnell College Dean's list for achieving a GPA of 3.75 or higher.

Sarah Patterson of Silverdale made the Franklin and Marshall College Honor's for achieving a GPA of 3.7 or higher.

AnneMarie Dargan of Bremerton has been named to the dean's list at Norwich University for the fall 2012 semester.

============Silverdale WWU student honored

Western Washington University student Daman Wandke of Silverdale, who is working toward his master’s degree in Business and Administration, was one of seven students chosen to participate in Western’s College of Business and Economics’ Leadership Lunch.

The lunch is sponsored by the Whatcom Educational Credit Union.

Western’s quarterly College of Business and Economics Leadership Lunch Program recognizes students who have distinguished themselves through scholarship and leadership while in the college. Students are nominated by faculty in their respective departments.

The lunch provides an opportunity for the business professionals to contribute to the educational mission of the College of Business and Economics through interactions with students and faculty.

The luncheon program is organized by the Center for Excellence in Management Education in the college. The Center for Excellence in Management Education provides a variety of programs designed to connect business and industry leaders with faculty and students to promote business and economics education.

 

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