Islanders named to UW dean’s list

  • Thursday, March 14, 2019 8:30am
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A big boatload of students from Bainbridge Island have earned academic honors at the University of Washington and were named to the dean’s list for the autumn 2018 quarter.

The outstanding scholars from Bainbridge are:

John Tye Ahearne (freshman), Tarkan Ucar Al-Kazily (senior), Karl Borgan Anderson (senior), Zoe Bendezu (junior), Allie Berry (freshman), Sophia Lee Bidinger (senior), Ruark Alexander Bohonos (junior), Amy Christine Bourmatnov (freshman), Claire Eleanor Branley (junior), Maxsena Mae Butler (senior), Colin James Campbell (sophomore), Hailey Marissa Capps (freshman), Anna R. Cinamon (senior), Madeleine Jo Cole (sophomore), Dylan R. Cottrell (senior), Conor Charles Cunningham (senior), Audrey Violet Curran (sophomore), Andalucia Maria Curtis (junior), Keet Alexander Curtis (senior), Avery August Dahl (freshman), John August Danielsson (sophomore), Finn River Delphinidae (senior), Christian Dill (junior), Hannah A. Dutt (sophomore), Madelaine Marie Ekin (junior), Nancy Ann Goll (junior), Maya Marie Green (sophomore), Gareth Tetsuo Grindeland (senior), Tadashi Eric Grindeland (freshman), Skyler R. Hallinan (senior), Korey Hawkins (senior), William R. Hoffmann (senior), James Ransom Philby Jobe-Philby (senior), Lia Xian Johansen (sophomore), Taylor Carline Jumpa (freshman), Katherine Anne Kinney (senior), Timo Lahtinen (junior), Joshua Jiaqing Lanese (freshman), Morgan Rachel Lassoff (freshman), Brooks Daniel Lierle (freshman), Jordan Isabella Maria (junior), Nathanael William Michaels (freshman), Margret Anne Miller (senior), James Darren Muir (junior), Hannah Jo Myrick (senior), Zoe Alexandra Newman (senior), Colin Russell O’Keefe (sophomore), Richard Mckibben Perry (senior), Cole M. Pugliano (junior), Aiden Michael Boris III Rain (sophomore), Megan Jeanette Rideout Redeker (freshman), Isobel Mai Ruiz (freshman), Robin Christopher Schmit (senior), Roger Markham III Scott (senior), Megan Renee Sellman (junior), Emma Josephine Spickard (senior), Andrew D. Stahl (sophomore), Maxwell Robert Thomas (senior), Reed Tyner Thomas (junior), Naomi Rose Von Ruden (sophomore), Jason Kurt Weiss (freshman), Alexander Kurt Weldon (freshman), Eric Michael White (junior), Amy Katherine Willerford (junior), Benjamin Toshio Williamson (junior), Lauren Elizabeth Witty (freshman) and Thomas Henry Zech (senior).

To qualify for the dean’s list, a student must have completed at least 12 graded credits and have a grade point average of at least 3.50 (out of 4). Students are notified that they have achieved this distinction when they receive their grades for the quarter.

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