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Bainbridge Island grad interns in Jefferson County

Annie Johns of Bainbridge Island has graduated from the University of Washington with a bachelor of science degree in aquatic and fisheries sciences. - Photo courtesy of Anne Ackenhusen
Annie Johns of Bainbridge Island has graduated from the University of Washington with a bachelor of science degree in aquatic and fisheries sciences.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Anne Ackenhusen

Annie Johns recently received a bachelor of science degree in aquatic and fisheries sciences with departmental honors from the University of Washington, where she minored in quantitative science.

She also was selected to be the undergraduate speaker for the departmental graduation in June.

Johns graduated in 2008 from Bainbridge High School, and is the daughter of Mike Johns and Anne Ackenhusen.

This summer, she is interning with the Jefferson County Department of Environmental Health in Port Townsend before starting work toward her master’s degree in environmental science at Western Washington University in the fall. Johns received a recruitment scholarship from WWU’s Huxley College of the Environment and will be a teaching assistant there.

 

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