WGU awards degrees to many Snoqualmie, North Bend students

  • Tuesday, June 6, 2017 7:30am
  • Life

Many North Bend and Snoqualmie residents have received degrees from the online university, WGU Washington, which celebrated its sixth annual commencement ceremony May 6.

Among the 2,600 graduates honored were the following local students:

From North Bend – Jesse Reeh, master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction; Katharine Ingram, master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction; Kristina Szilak, master’s degree Education in Instructional Design; Marilu Bumgardner, master’s degree in Nursing – Leadership and Management; Lee Pierce, bachelor’s degree in Business Management.

From Snoqualmie – Jennifer Miller has received her master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction; Julie Ehrlich, bachelor’s degree in Nursing; Margaret Blackmon, master’s degree in Nursing – Leadership and Management; Mary Howard, MBA; Rachel Weber, master’s degree in Nursing – Leadership and Management; Shelly Weber, bachelor’s degree in Nursing; Bryce Meserve, master’s degree in Instructional Design; Eric Hall, MBA in IT Management and Justin Underwood, bachelor’s degree in IT – Security Emphasis.

Senator Hans Zeiger of Washington’s 25th legislative district delivered the keynote address and joined WGU Washington Chancellor Rich Cummins in honoring the graduates.

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