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Kent, Auburn students graduate from WGU Washington

WGU Washington awarded degrees to a record number of graduates on May 17. - Courtesy photo
WGU Washington awarded degrees to a record number of graduates on May 17.
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WGU Washington awarded degrees to a record number of graduates during its May 17 commencement ceremony at McCaw Hall in Seattle.

The three-year-old university awarded more than 1,000 bachelor's and master's degrees this year.

The following students from the Kent area graduated from WGU Washington: Susan Christian (bachelor of science, health informatics); Korrie Carsen (BSNU bachelor of science, nursing); Dorota Drozdzewska (MBA, management and strategy); Elizabeth Moore (master of arts, teaching, science, 5-12); Jaswant Uppal (bachelor of science, IT, security emphasis); Nova Williams (endorsement preparation program, educational leadership); Samantha Buttke (endorsement preparation program, English Language Learning, pre-K-12); Na'Ceshia Holmes (master of science, curriculum and instruction); Alicia George (master of education, learning and technology); Christine Jun (master of arts, mathematics education, K-6); Dawn Fritts (BSNU bachelor of science, nursing); Sean Kelly (bachelor of science, information technology); Kendall Blansett (bachelor of science, business management); Lisa Parks (bachelor of arts, special education).

The following students from the Auburn area graduated from WGU Washington: Melissa Martin (BSNU bachelor of science, nursing); Christina Grennon (B.S., business management); Dawn Saunders (B.S., IT, databases emphasis); Austin Modelski (B.S., business, IT management); David Mitchell (B.S., information technology); Barbara Carlson (B.S., business management); Adam Ortega (master of science, information security and assurance); Glen Petersen (bachelor of arts, interdisciplinary studies, K-8); Kristin Gerling (B.S., business management); Tracey Skorniakoff (master of arts, teaching, elementary, K-8); Erica Compton (B.A., interdisciplinary studies, K-8); Justin Henley (B.S., business management); Jason Schelert (master of science, information security and assurance); Jerrod Goode (B.S., business management); Tiffany Taylor (master of science, curriculum and instruction); James Tirpak (MBA, management and strategy); Andrea Klein (master of science, nursing, education); Elisabeth Power (MBA, management and strategy); Catherine Mitchell (B.S., business management); Shelly Stanton (B.S., accounting).

LINK: washington.wgu.edu.

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