Valley’s dozens 
graduate from University of Washington

Dozens of students from the Snoqualmie Valley will graduate from the University of Washington this June.

Graduates, by hometown, include:

Carnation: Anders Aamodt, bachelor of science (psychology); Andrew Acker, bachelor of arts (environmental studies); Cody Anson, bachelor of arts (economics); Steven Bonner, bachelor of arts (linguistics); Carson Hill, bachelor of arts (culture, literature, and the arts); Courtney Lewis, bachelor of science (biology: general); Kyle Middleton, bachelor of science (biology: molecular, cell, & development); Daniel Neilson, bachelor of arts (economics); Monica Nelson, bachelor of arts (communication); Nicole Rhode, bachelor of science (biology); John Riley, bachelor of science (economics), bachelor of music (piano); Aaron Sebenius, bachelor of arts (culture, literature, and the arts)

Fall City: Rachel Brun, bachelor of arts (drama: performance; comp history of ideas); Julianna Carroll, bachelor of science (aeronautical and astronautical engineering), bachelor of arts (English: creative writing); Matthew Currier, bachelor of arts (American ethnic studies); Cheyenne Enevold, bachelor of science (psychology; biology); Nicole Evans, bachelor of science (astronomy; physics); Matthew Fujimoto, bachelor of arts (architectural studies); Kenneth James, Jr., bachelor of science (construction management); Amy Kemp, bachelor of science (nursing); Amanda Lehan, bachelor of arts (community psychology); Emily Nelson, bachelor of arts (sociology); Kyle Schipper, bachelor of arts (political science); Kelsey Tarp, bachelor of arts (English); Linda Youn, bachelor of arts (biochemistry), bachelor of arts (international studies: general)

North Bend: Shiho Asanuma, bachelor of science (human centered design and engineering); Ian Brown, bachelor of arts (business administration: accounting); Matthew Fisher, bachelor of science (chemistry); Colleen Glodowski,   bachelor of arts (communication; social science); Amanda Magnussen, bachelor of arts (global studies); Aubrey J. Mathwig, bachelor of arts (global studies); John M. Mathwig, bachelor of arts (global studies); Rafael Montano, bachelor of science (computing & software systems); Erica Opsvig, bachelor of arts (business administration: marketing); Nucharee Prabkhet, bachelor of  science (information technology); Karla Rixon, bachelor of arts (history); Nicholas Schwarzmiller bachelor of arts (business administration: finance); Nashon Steffen, bachelor of arts (sociology); McLean Webster, bachelor of science (industrial engineering)

Snoqualmie: Casey T. Chang, bachelor of arts (community psychology); Justin Cudney, bachelor of arts (interdisciplinary arts & sciences); Jeffrey David Johnson, bachelor of science (biology: molecular, cell, & development); Ki Dong Lee,  bachelor of arts (sociology); Jacob Daniel McNeely, bachelor of science (aeronautical and astronautical engineering); Carly Nelson, bachelor of arts (environmental studies); Kelcey Simpson, bachelor of arts (business administration: information systems; accounting); Colette Slack, bachelor of arts (business administration).



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