School notes for Aug. 5, 2014

WSU names local graduates

Several students have earned degrees from Washington State University Pullman. They include:

Camas

Matthew Paul Anderson, Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering; Vilmantas Babarskas, B.S. in electrical engineering; Adam Nicholas Barlas, Bachelor of Arts in social sciences, cum laude; Jamie Lee Bevins, B.A. in business administration; Erin Kay Bradstreet, B.A. in business administration; Ian Anthony Brech, B.S. in electrical engineering, summa cum laude; Jason Daniel Brown, B.S. in mechanical engineering, magna cum laude; Princess V. Buenaventura, B.A. in communication, cum laude; Kevin Michael Butler, B.A. in digital technology and culture; Patrick William Carlson, B.S. in mechanical engineering; Paris Camille Caufman, B.A. in communication, magna cum laude; Gwendolyn R. Curtis, B.A. in business administration, magna cum laude; Melanie Dee Edmonson, B.A. in criminal justice; Chelsea Hannah Farnsworth, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Sean Thomas Hansen, B.S. in biology; Kimberly Gail Hashimura, B.A. in education, magna cum laude; Julie Anne Hategan, B.A. in public affairs; Amanda Cathi Keller, B.A. in public affairs; Gabriel Michael Kern, B.A. in business administration; Alison M. Logan, B.A. in social sciences, summa cum laude; Christie LeeAnn McCallum, B.A. in social sciences; Joshua Thomas McCormick, B.S. in mechanical engineering; Mary Kathleen Murray, B.A. in education, summa cum laude; Jaime Rebecca Nelson, B.S. in biology, cum laude; Kyle Chandler Schaeffer, B.A. in digital technology and culture; Ethan G. Schulze, B.S. in computer science, cum laude; Hailey Michelle Sherwood, B.A. in business administration, cum laude; Emily S. Smith, B.A. in English, magna cum laude; Sarah Frances Stone, B.A. in social sciences; Tabata Elisa Tveten, B.A. in human development, cum laude; and Kevin Michael Wandro, B.S. in bioengineering.

Washougal

Robert Christopher Barnes, B.A. in English; Rachel Alina Boneski, B.S. in biology, magna cum laude; Alexander James Brown, B.S. in biology, summa cum laude; Alyssa Nicole Elgort, B.A. in social sciences; Sharon Marie Farra, B.A. in human development, cum laude; Jeremy M Goodwald, B.S. in psychology; Brandon Keith Hensler, B.S. in computer science; Melina Teresa Jesser, B.A. in digital technology and culture; Aaron Michael Johnson, B.A. in computer science; Anna V. Lopatin, B.A. in business administration; Cady Rebecca Merriman, B.S. in psychology; Ryan Quackenbush, B.S. in computer science; and Dan Minh Truong, B.S. in biology.

Life Beyond High School sets seminar

Life Beyond High School, a non-profit organization, is offering several seminars in the next few months. “Ask a College Student,” will begin at 7 p.m. Thursday at Arktana Shoes, 415 N.E. Fourth Ave. The cost is $20. To register, visit www.lifebeyondhs.com.

Coe named to honor roll

Odin Coe of Camas has been named to the dean’s honor roll at Montana State University.

To be named to the honor roll, a student must complete 12 credit hours and earn at least a 3.5 or higher GPA.

Locals named to UO dean’s list

Stephen James Moran of Camas was named to the dean’s list at the University of Oregon. To qualify, a student must be an undergraduate and complete at least 15 credits for the term. Of these, 12 of the 15 credits must be graded with a GPA of 3.75 or better.

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