22 North Kitsap residents graduate from WSU

PULLMAN — The following North Kitsap residents received degrees from Washington State University, spring semester.

Honors earned by students are listed as follows: summa cum laude, for a cumulative GPA of 3.90 or better; magna cum laude, for a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.70 but less than 3.90; and cum laude, for a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50 but less than 3.70.

— Jean Lonette Brashears, bachelor of arts in fine arts.
— Jesse Steven Cahill, bachelor of arts in criminal justice.
— Jessica R. Huntington, bachelor of science in civil engineering, cum laude. 
— Ruston Cale Levengood, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering, magna cum laude.
— Jessica Anne Sanford-Hansen, bachelor of arts in criminal justice.
— Kyle James Wilcox, bachelor of science in computer science.

— Mary Orel Barker, bachelor of arts in social sciences, summa cum laude.
— Eric Michael Bowman, bachelor of arts in business administration.
— Shalee Marie Ellington, bachelor of arts in sociology. 
— Justin Eddy Hartley,  bachelor of arts in anthropology. 
— Eric James Klaasen,  bachelor of arts in business administration. 
— Samuel Ames Koken, bachelor of arts in sports management. 
— Mark Robert Kunold,  bachelor of science in kinesiology. 
— Sean Michael Moore, bachelor of arts in social sciences. 
— McKenzie Hawk Nelson, bachelor of science in chemical engineering. 
— Mary Kathleen O’Brien, bachelor of science in materials science and engineering, cum laude. 
— Mitchell Gordon Shoudy, bachelor of science in civil engineering.
— Travis Wesley Shuck, bachelor of science in civil engineering.
— Katherine Gunderson Stevens, doctor of veterinary medicine. 
— Kathleen Victoria Sutten, doctor of veterinary medicine. 
— Kelle Marie Taplin, bachelor of arts in communication. 
— Rebekah Kahn Temerlin, bachelor of science in nursing, magna cum laude.



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