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61 from Mercer Island graduate from University of Washington in June

Sixty-one Islanders graduated from the University of Washington in June:

Brooke Ann Bourguignon, bachelor of arts (sociology)

Brian Schell Harmon, bachelor of science (aquaticfishery sciences)

Andrew Jacob Meade, bachelor of arts in business administration

Nicholas Allan Pollock, bachelor of arts (political science)

Khia Anne Johnson, bachelor of arts (linguistics)

Ryan Patrick Malone, bachelor of arts (economics)

Elizabeth Zippora Kent, bachelor of arts (law, societies, and justice)

Eric William Bauer, bachelor of arts in business administration

Philip Jongwoo Han, bachelor of science (applied & computational math sciences)

Alanagh Lee Gannon, bachelor of landscape architecture

Rachael Sara Fong-Gurzinsky, bachelor of arts (communication)

Samantha Joy Maloof, bachelor of arts (soc, eth, & hum beh and interdisc std)

Cecilia Lee Ting, bachelor of arts (communication)

Saul Silver Tilden, bachelor of arts (history)

Alison Louise Ehrig, bachelor of arts (math)

Graham Leigh Maxwell, bachelor of arts (sociology)

Leeran Zeev Raphaely, bachelor of science (computer science)

Daniel Luis Jr Sotelo, bachelor of arts (linguistics)

Allison Ann Shipley, bachelor of arts (Spanish)

Jenna Hedberg Somers, bachelor of science (public health)

Lindsay Lani Chinn, bachelor of science (biology: physiology)

Lauren Elizabeth Rambaldini, bachelor of arts (psychology)

Grant Maxillian Blumenstein, bachelor of arts in business administration (finance)

Edward John Leong, bachelor of arts (sociology)

Richard William Baker, bachelor of arts (philosophy)

Jacob Cameron Bloom, bachelor of science (neurobiology)

Ryan Patrick Malone, bachelor of science in informatics

Bryce Patrick Borer, bachelor of arts (geography)

Kathryn Mae Kuan, bachelor of science in informatics

Chenhan Tai, bachelor of arts (economics)

Ian Francis Le-Cerf, bachelor of arts (biochem)

Matti Gunter Niemisto, bachezor of science (biology)

Julia Ball, bachelor of arts in business administration (marketing)

Erin Nicole Herrick, bachelor of arts (drama: performance)

Erin Nicole Herrick, bachelor of arts (music: voice)

Danielle Denise Morris, bachelor of arts in business administration (finance)

Charles Jun Wong, bachelor of arts (math)

Michael Joseph Hubert, bachelor of arts in bus admin (accounting; finance)

Erica Rae Lane,  bachelor of arts (sociology)

Matti Gunter Niemisto, bachelor of arts (philosophy)

Reed Timothy Denny, bachelor of arts in business administration (info systems)

Kathryn Mae Kuan, bachelor of arts in business administration (finance)

John Benjamin O’Meara, bachelor of arts (international studies)

Ross Anthony Dijulio, bachelor of science (physics: comprehensive physics)

Margaret Burlingame Greutert, bachelor of arts (Chinese)

Charles Tsi-Keung Abrahamson, bachelor of science  (civil engineering)

Peter P Zajac, bachelor of arts (biochemistry)

Lyanne Sumiko Abe, bachelor of arts (early childhood and family studies)

Monica Costina Gocan, bachelor of science in civil engineering

Brian Kim, bachelor of arts in business administration

Carmen Sylvia Spiers, bachelor of arts (Latin)

Harrison Lucas Etoh Owens, bachelor of arts (psychology)

Alexander Tao Tao, bachelor of science (biology)

Ian Francis Le-Cerf, bachelor of science (chem)

Alexandra Rose Taylor, bachelor of arts in business administration

Madison Margaret Aspiri, bachelor of science (biology: physiology)

Robert James Taylor, bachelor of arts in business administration

Christopher John Gelon, bachelor of science (computer science)

Hikari Asami , bachelor of arts (American ethnic studies)

Genevieve Elizabeth Gebhart, bachelor of arts (econ, international studies)

Alexandra Celia Mason, bachelor of arts (communication)

Editor’s Note: Not all colleges and universities release data on graduates due to privacy concerns. When they do, lists of graduates are often not available until after commencement ceremonies take place.

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