Islanders awarded degrees at WSU

  • Tuesday, August 7, 2018 10:30am
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Nine students from Bainbridge Island have earned undergraduate degrees following the spring 2018 semester at Washington State University.

The new graduates are:

Paris Alexander Amore, bachelor of arts in business administration;

Matthew Scott Bourland, bachelor of science in computer science;

Liam Thorson Greiwe, bachelor of arts in business administration;

Katelyn Alyce Guza, bachelor of arts in apparel, merchandising, design, and textiles;

Nicholas Patrick Miner, bachelor of arts in political science;

Emily H. Rowe, bachelor of science in psychology;

Michael Thomas Wilkinson, bachelor of arts in criminal justice and criminology (magna cum laude);

Sarah Jean Willsey, bachelor of science in animal sciences (magna cum laude); and

Adam Wesley Wohlsen, bachelor of science in electrical engineering.

Magna cum laude honors require a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.70 but less than 3.90.

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