Washington State University has announced its graduates for the spring 2014 semester. All degrees earned are bachelor degrees unless noted otherwise. Area graduates are listed by their hometowns.
Airway Heights: Stephen Smith, Doctor of Pharmacy.
Albion: Brandon Hoadley, business administration.
Chattaroy: Lacey Taylor, human development.
Cheney: Jonathan Andrus, psychology; Rachael Edwards, speech and hearing sciences; Calvin Elam, digital technology and culture; Mildred Holy, business administration; Adilene Navarro Oceguera, nursing; Amanda Reitz, psychology; Maria Rodriguez, nursing; Thomas Sexton, biology; Danielle Spisak, apparel, merchandising and textiles; Alexander Steele, foreign languages and cultures; Kristina Steele, foreign languages and cultures.
Colbert: Lauren Cherry, architectural studies; Tin-Yan Lee, nursing; Christine Love, nursing; Jenna McBride, digital technology and culture; Trevor Phillips, environmental science; Chase Scott, computer science; Courtney Zalud, business administration.
Colfax: Joseph Johnson, agricultural and food systems; Rachel Johnson, business administration; Tracy Solis, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Melissa Stramel, history; Brooke Waldo, business administration.
Colvil le: Robert Haney, criminal justice; Kenneth Rea, mechanical engineering; Erin Whitbread, nursing.
Coulee Dam: Stephanee Chapman, communication; Sabrina Desautel, social sciences.
Davenport: Rachel Erickson, nursing; Grant Schultz, business administration.
Deer Park: Nicholas Krehoff, mechanical engineering; Brianna McCollough, biology; Danielle Meyers, animal sciences; Crystina Pettet, education.
Edwall: Ryan Baye, history.
Ephrata: Kathryn Bolding, agricultural and food systems; Mitchell Friend, chemistry; Conor Jorgensen, education; Steven Monda, bioengineering; Holly Moore, basic medical sciences; Vitaliy Novik, chemical engineering; Shannon Rodman, history; Raymond Tupling Jr., economic sciences.
Fairfield: Kelly Hennessey, zoology; Tyler Sperlich, degrees in mathematics and physics.
Farmington: Garret Pfaff, agricultural and food systems.
Kahlotus: Mandi Roach, agricultural and food systems.
Liberty Lake: Brendan Bowman, athletic training.
Lind: Richard Kulm, agricultural and food systems; Morgan Perez, agricultural and food systems; Shane Strohmaier, agricultural and food systems.
Mead: Gabriel Cortez II, nursing; Hannah Damiano, food science; Alysa Draper-Dehart, criminal justice; Christina Houk, business administration.
Medical Lake: Justine Tongco Dacanay, communication; Benjamin Holmesmith, chemical engineering; Scott Kaulig, nursing; and Michael Ploegman, natural resource sciences.
Moses Lake: Jessica Anderson, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Tyler Bakes, mechanical engineering; Raphael Basilio, construction management; Callie Cunningham, business administration; Elliot Dano, biochemistry; Brad Evers, business administration; William Hall Jr., general biological sciences; Jessica Homesley, animal sciences; Brandy Kissler, nursing; Rebecca McCullough, business administration; Jessica McIntyre, education; Michele Roseburg, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Gabrielle Sexton, nursing; John Shved, mechanical engineering; Benjamin Stott, business administration; Katie Wilson, environmental science.
Newman Lake: Stevie Nesbitt, basic medical sciences.
Newport: Trevor Allemand, criminal justice; Logan Castle, civil engineering; Kayla Hopkins, zoology; Donna Molvik, business administration.
Nine Mile Falls: Brittany Cochrane, business administration; Trevor Hart, mechanical engineering; Lindsey Kathrens, basic medical sciences; Amber McKee, athletic training; James Pettet, kinesiology.
Oakesdale: Kristin Norton, psychology.
Odessa: Natasha Heimbigner, Doctor of Pharmacy; Kayli Smith, digital technology and culture.
Othello: Alicia De La Fuente, nursing; Billy Delgado, speech and hearing sciences; Osvaldo Edeza, social sciences; Jesse Espinoza, criminal justice; Jackielyn Gomez-Gomez, nursing; Kala Koelzer, integrated plant sciences; Sandeep Sandhu, education; Jakob Scott, economic sciences; James Valdez, integrated plant sciences; Jannette Zuniga, education.
Otis Orchards: Andrew Stanley Bartleson, business administration; Maryann Nguyen, biology.
Palouse: Jennie Browse, speech and hearing sciences; Erin Reams, anthropology; Taylor White, apparel, merchandising and textiles.
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