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Islanders receive their degrees at UW

The University of Washington has announced this June’s graduates from the university.

The graduates and their degrees are:

Nathan Abell, bachelor of science in electrical engineering; Annemarie Ansley, bachelor of science in aquatic and fishery sciences; Bryan Benninghoff, bachelor of science (microbiology); Meredith Blumenthal, bachelor of science (psychology); Danielle Byron, bachelor of arts (anthropology: medical anthropology and global health); Heather Campbell, bachelor of arts (international studies); Timothy Conbere, bachelor of arts (international studies: Asia); Logan Conner, bachelor of arts in business administration (finance); Kristen Cox, bachelor of science (biology); Willem Joseph De Van Der, bachelor of science (biochemistry); Laura Denney, bachelor of arts (psychology; French); William Doyle, bachelor of science (physics); Sean Forsyth,  bachelor of arts (English); Max Frieda, bachelor of arts (political science); Talon Gaudio, bachelor of arts (community psychology); and Thomas Gerhardt, bachelor of science in bioengineering.

Other graduates from Bainbridge Island are Sara Geurtsen, bachelor of arts (French), bachelor of science (oceanography); Birgitte Gingold, bachelor of arts (political science; Danish; Scandinavian area studies); Celeste Gonda, bachelor of arts (international studies); Laura Hall, bachelor of arts (architectural studies); Tavis Hamilton, bachelor of arts (philosophy);  Carl Herman, bachelor of arts (history; economics); Alain Huggler, bachelor of arts (geography); Anthony Jacobellis, bachelor of arts (sociology); Tim Janetos, bachelor of science (neurobiology; biochemistry); Katherine Jennings, bachelor of arts (economics); Anne Johns, bachelor of science in aquatic and fishery sciences; Joshua Larkin,  bachelor of science (psychology); Electra Magnuson, bachelor of arts (environmental studies);  Jocelyn Maher, bachelor of arts (communication; drama: performance); Alison Maier,   bachelor of science (biology); Kellie McCormick-Dekker, bachelor of arts (communication); Kathryn McKinstry, bachelor of science (biology: physiology); Jessie McMillan, bachelor of arts (English); Piper Milton,  bachelor of arts (art history); Katherine Nash, bachelor of arts (interdisciplinary visual arts); Carla Neal, bachelor of science in nursing; Jacquelyn Oakland, bachelor of arts (communication); Claire Palay, bachelor of arts (history; communication); Katherine Ryan, bachelor of science in nursing; Dina Singer, bachelor of arts (history of ideas; anthropology: medical anthropology); Read Slichter,  bachelor of arts (geography); Cosmo Smith,     bachelor of science (physics), bachelor of science (computer science) and bachelor of arts (English: creative writing); Glen Stellmacher, bachelor of arts (architectural studies); Khanh Quoc Tran, bachelor of science (mathematics; computer science); San Quan Tran, bachelor of science in electrical engineering; Daron Vandeleur, bachelor of science (neurobiology);  Katherine White, bachelor of arts (English: creative writing); Jessica Williams-Hall, bachelor of arts (early childhood and family studies); Dylan Wilson, bachelor of science (mathematics - comprehensive); and Austin Scott Wood, bachelor of science in electrical engineering.

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