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Valley students achieve academic honors
Many area students earned honors in the recent academic year, including dean's list or honor roll placement, and various degrees.
Montana State honor roll
The Montana State University 2014 spring semester honor roll included Rachel Finnegan, from North Bend, and Katrina Cranford and Patricia Prewitt from Snoqualmie.
CWU honor roll
A large group of Valley students made it to the Central Washington University Spring honor roll.
Carnation: Roxanne Borders, Parker Dixon, Nicholas Minaglia, Timothy Hagreen, Katie Gronberg, Brenna Eldredge, Laura Hisler, Jared Duffy, Jonah Bylenga, Jennifer Wetli, Casey Paufler, Stephanie Montgomery and Trenton Clayberg.
Fall City: Ryan Donnelly, Tasha Oney, Jacob Heflin, Alexis Lambert and Brandon Peterson.
North Bend: Connor McVein, Joshua Supkoff, Shelby Williams, Sarah Tracy, Nikki Buzzell, Janna Haskin, Adam Moreno, Tami Mills, Jared Brown, Evan Prior, Stuart King, Melanie Sires and Eric Baumgardner.
Snoqualmie: David Piekarczyk.
Eastern Washington dean’s list
Sixteen Valley students were named to the dean’s list for the spring 2014 quarter at Eastern Washington University in Cheney.
Snoqualmie: Jessareh Helm, Cameron Hilsmann, Tiana Graciidis, Kyle Whitworth, Alek Behrends, Micah Masbaum, Alexandra Pfiffner, Hannah Masbaum, Lindsay Kirby, Shelby Peerboom, Kolton Auxier, Charles Corriveau, Kaitlyn Usselman, Catherine Shintah.
Carnation: Annika Browne.
Fall City: Polly Stranack.
An undergraduate student who receives a grade-point average of 3.5 or better is placed on the dean’s list for the quarter.
St. Thomas dean’s list
Erin Lamos of Snoqualmie was named to the University of St. Thomas 2014 spring semester dean’s list. Students must post grade-point averages of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale to be named to the Dean’s List.
Beck earns management degree
Cassandra Beck of North Bend received her bachelor of science in business management at Marylhurst University’s commencement ceremony, June 14.
Marylhurst is a private liberal arts university 10 miles south of Portland, Ore.
Dembeck finishes doctorate
Robin Dembeck a 2005 graduate of Mount Si High School, has received a doctorate of audiology from the University of Washington, Seattle.
Dr. Robin Dembeck has accepted a position as Clinic Lead Audiologist at the Mount Vernon VA clinic. She will begin her new position in August.
Valley students graduate WSU
The following Washington State University students from Snoqualmie Valley have earned undergraduate degrees for the spring 2014 semester.
Carnation: Laurel Mahnke, bachelor of arts in communication;
Fall City: Lucas Zupan, bachelor of arts in business administration;
North Bend: Jamie Brett, bachelor of science in architectural studies, cum laude; Anasaria Cuevas, bachelor of arts in business administration, cum laude; Shawn Duncan, bachelor of arts in sport management; Hannah Exner, bachelor of arts in apparel, merchandising, and textiles, cum laude; Patrick Gavin, bachelor of science in electrical engineering, summa cum laude; Patrick McEldowney, bachelor of arts in business administration; Skye Middaugh, bachelor of arts in business administration; Zander Nelson, bachelor of arts in sport management; Matthew Olson, bachelor of science in economic sciences; Matthew Paauw, bachelor of arts in business administration, cum laude; and Melissa Thomson, bachelor of arts in sociology, cum laude.
Snoqualmie: Taylor Yotz, bachelor of arts in business administration, magna cum laude.