UW Graduates

Students from the Arlington area that are graduating in June from the University of Washington are:

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Students from the Arlington area that are graduating in June from the University of Washington are:

Cara Dawn Althoff, bachelor of arts (interdisciplinary studies: society, ethics and human behavior); Laura Jan Dryden Baird, bachelor of arts (political science); Maria Jose Bocanegra Montes, bachelor of arts (international studies: latin america; philosophy); James Kiel Braaten, bachelor of arts (psychology); Andrew William Bry, bachelor of science in construction management and bachelor of arts in business administration; Matthew Kenneth Bry, bachelor of arts in business administration (accounting); Mike Allen Carl, bachelor of science (microbiology); Jennifer Rae Delker, bachelor of arts (english); Elyse Ann Doughty, bachelor of arts (history); Roberto Bayya Jr Dumadag, bachelor of arts in business administration (marketing); Morgan C Hale, bachelor of arts (geography); Mckane Buller Lee, bachelor of arts (interdisciplinary visual arts); Katherine S McFarland, bachelor of arts (english); Brooke Miriam Muzzy, bachelor of science in nursing; Nga Thi Nguyen, bachelor of arts (political science) and bachelor of arts (law, societies and justice); Shannon Elizabeth O’Hara, bachelor of arts (communication: journalism); Arlen James Pedersen, bachelor of arts (geography); Stephanie Renee Raines, bachelor of arts (drama); Amy Lynn Rosencrans, bachelor of science in nursing; Ian Frederick Struiksma, bachelor of science (computer science); Brian G Yantis, bachelor of science (biochemistry). Darrington: Tessa Victoria Ruby Harris, bachelor of arts (psychology). Lakewood: Tricia M Abercrombie, bachelor of arts in business administration (finance); Latoyia Sherida Bartholomew, bachelor of arts in business administration (finance); Stephanie Joy Bulick, bachelor of arts (sociology); Katie Nicole Buser, bachelor of arts (psychology); Joshua Paul Chan, bachelor of science (biology: molecular, cellular and development); Kaye Balthazar Chavez, bachelor of arts (philosophy; political science); Susan Chong, bachelor of arts (sociology); Martin Wilburn Collette, bachelor of arts in business administration (accounting); Sean James Conto, bachelor of arts (international studies: asia); Matthew Paul Deisen, bachelor of arts (environmental studies: ecology and conservation); Renee Danielle Dooley, bachelor of arts (communication); Bradley William Dorsten, bachelor of arts (interdisciplinary arts and sciences); Janice Meakins Edwards, bachelor of arts (interdisciplinary arts and sciences); Jordan Patrick Evans, bachelor of fine arts (industrial design); Lindsay Nicole France, bachelor of science (environmental science); Donna Gerken, bachelor of arts in business administration; Nicole Rachelle Gutierrez, bachelor of arts (communication); Youngho Shin Guy, bachelor of arts (geography); Leah Michelle Hampson, bachelor of science in medical technology and bachelor of science (microbiology); Kayla F Harrison, bachelor of arts (social welfare); Rutherford Burchard Hayes, bachelor of arts (interdisciplinary arts and sciences); James Earl Jr Holmes, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering; Jennifer Lorelei Hoskins, bachelor of arts (interdisciplinary arts and sciences); Amanda Suzanne Huette, bachelor of arts (sociology); Howard Myong Kang, bachelor of arts (mathematics); Elizabeth L Karlson, bachelor of arts (interdisciplinary arts and sciences); Suman Kim, bachelor of arts in business administration (finance); Jessica Jean Koerner, bachelor of science (psychology) and bachelor of arts (communication); Jeffrey Martin Koontz, bachelor of arts (interdisciplinary arts and sciences); Thy T Le, bachelor of arts (social welfare); Daniel Scott Lunghofer, bachelor of arts in business administration (accounting); Joe Guadalupe Jr Martinez, bachelor of arts (political science; comp. history of ideas); Jennifer Nicole McSwain, bachelor of arts in business administration (management); Justin Chase Minaker, bachelor of arts in business administration (finance); Shanda Iona Moore, bachelor of science in nursing; Hannah Supia Myung, bachelor of science (psychology); Phillip Kent Tysdal Olson, bachelor of science in civil engineering; ; Stephen Cary Pearson, bachelor of arts in business administration (finance); Linda K Peltomaa, bachelor of arts in business administration (accounting); Julio Ismael Perez-Tanahashi bachelor of arts (interdisciplinary arts and sciences); Erwin Posadas Reguindin, bachelor of science (oceanography); Evan Patrick Riggs, bachelor of arts (political science); Steven Lamont Rodenbach, bachelor of arts (economics); Jana Lynn Sanders, bachelor of science in nursing; Lorena Scott, bachelor of arts (social welfare); Calvin Sedao Smith, bachelor of science (economics); Laura C Smith, bachelor of arts (interdisciplinary arts and sciences); Teesha L Stinson, bachelor of arts (interdisciplinary arts and sciences); Brittney Anne Van Woerkom, bachelor of arts (interdisciplinary arts and sciences); Sean Elliott Walters, bachelor of science (biology: general) and bachelor of science in aquatic and fishery sciences; Adam Gregory Warbington, bachelor of science in electrical engineering and bachelor of science in computer engineering;

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