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University of Washington graduates from Mercer Island in the class of 2010

Students from the Mercer Island area will graduate from the University of Washington this June. Students from the Island include:

Scott Thomas Alexander – Bachelor of arts (history), Bachelor of science (biology: general)

Rahn Amitai – Bachelor of science (economics)

Graham Anthony Bailey – Bachelor of arts (economics; political science)

Anthony George Balinbin – Bachelor of arts (interdisc st: society,ethics and human behavior)

Arya Ali Bannazadeh-Mahani – Bachelor of science in electrical engineering

Brett Clifden Kaiipo Bowker – Bachelor of arts (communication: journalism)

Inna Brayman – Bachelor of arts (psychology)

Zyanya Kortooms Breuer – Bachelor of arts (environmental studies: international perspectives) and Bachelor of science (biology: environmental & conservation)

Sarah Byun – Bachelor of science in nursing

Jenna Wong Caluza – Bachelor of science (psychology)

Sharon Kristy Chan – Bachelor of arts in business administration (information systems) and Bachelor of arts (music)

Corina Chin – Bachelor of arts in business administration

Shinn-Yi Chou – Bachelor of science (biology: physiology), Bachelor of music (orchestral instruments) and Bachelor of science (neurobiology)

Douglas Hun Lee Chua – Bachelor of science in civil engineering

Anna Maelle Cunningham – Bachelor of arts (linguistics)

Melissa Ming-Tsu Dao – Bachelor of science in chemical engineering

Tyler James Dierdorff – Bachelor of arts (communication; social sciences)

Mouad A Elbou – Bachelor of science in electrical engineering

Anica Kai Enriquez – Bachelor of arts (political science)

Joseph Robert Fronk – Bachelor of arts (political science)

Alicia Joy Gamrath – Bachelor of arts (Spanish)

Kelsey Taylor Ganes – Bachelor of arts (art history)

Gabriella Suzanne Garrett – Bachelor of arts (communication; sociology)

Mark Philip Giuliano – Bachelor of arts in business administration (finance)

Naomi Elana Glick – Bachelor of arts (anthropology)

Sydney Elise Griffin – Bachelor of arts (psychology)

Daniel Gregory Gronfein – Bachelor of arts (political science)

Derek Ambrose Hagan – Bachelor of arts (political science)

Kayley Ellen Hall – Bachelor of arts (sociology; psychology)

Kara Rebecca Hardman – Bachelor of arts (sociology)

Andrea Katharine Hess – Bachelor of science (prosthetics and orthotics)

Matthew Janwen Sr Hou – Bachelor of science in industrial engineering

Evan Michael Howard – Bachelor of science (oceanography) and Bachelor of arts (chemistry)

Eugene Francis Hsiang – Bachelor of arts (international studies: Asia)

Richard Mark Irving – Bachelor of science in electrical engineering

Andrew Scott Ishizuka – Bachelor of science (biochemistry) and Bachelor of arts (chemistry)

Daniel Tetsunori Kashima – Bachelor of science (neurobiology) and Bachelor of arts (music)

David Scott Kelley – Bachelor of arts in business administration (finance; acctounting)

Moon Jung Kim – Bachelor of science (biology: molecular, cell, & development)

Danielle Rachel Konikow – Bachelor of arts in business administration (marketing)

Tyson Aaron Kunovsky – Bachelor of arts (English: creative writing)

Joseph Lai – Bachelor of science (neurobiology)

Anna Marie Larsen – Bachelor of science (biology: physiology; individual studies)

Kelvin Lau – Bachelor of arts (political science)

Natasha Karin Lekwa – Bachelor of arts (English)

Michael James Leong – Bachelor of science in electrical engineering

Amit Aryeh Levy – Bachelor of science (computer science; economics)

Katharyn Ellene Lindemann – Bachelor of arts (classical studies) and Bachelor of arts (history)

Nicholas Bryant Losh – Bachelor of science in construction management

Jonathan King Cheung Lung – Bachelor of science in mechanical engineering

Elizabeth Lee McBride – Bachelor of arts (international studies:general)

David Fielding Miller – Bachelor of science in chemical engineering

Jessica Ann Morris – Bachelor of arts (psychology)

Brianna Murphy – Bachelor of arts (international studies: Europe)

Mickel Kenneth O'Bara – Bachelor of arts (communication)

Thomas John O'Bara – Bachelor of arts (economics)

James Andrew Jr Olson – Bachelor of arts in business administration (finance)

Jillian Michelle Poppe – Bachelor of arts (interdisciplinary visual arts)

Dane Michael Robbins – Bachelor of arts (geography)

Robert Lopez Jr Salvador – Bachelor of science (psychology)

David B Sandman – Bachelor of science (neurobiology)

Courtney Marie Sedlacek – Bachelor of science in nursing

Samuel Hall Selby – Bachelor of arts (English) and Bachelor of science (biology: general)

Jenny Christine Sherpa – Bachelor of science (individualized studies)

Carolyn Rachel Shores – Bachelor of science (biology: environmental & conservation)

Benjamin Sutter Smolke – Bachelor of arts in business administration (accounting)

Alexander Michael Stuck – Bachelor of science (economics)

Christine Anna Sulc – Bachelor of arts (sociology; psychology)

Tanya Louise Swarts – Bachelor of science (biology: general)

Nina Tan – Bachelor of arts (economics) and bachelor of science (biology: molecular, cell, & development)

Priyam Thind – Bachelor of science (individualized studies)

Trevor Karl George Torgramsen – Bachelor of arts (Japanese)

Brooks Nguyen Tran – achelor of music (piano)

Kelly Erin Trumble – Bachelor of arts (economics)

Maria Alexandra Vanushkina – Bachelor of arts (chemistry) and Bachelor of arts (biochemistry)

Katherine Anne Vedder – Bachelor of arts (linguistics)

Lindsey Rachel Ward – Bachelor of arts (law, societies, and justice)

Melissa Christine Wielde – Bachelor of arts in business administration (marketing)

Karin Jo-Wen Yau – Bachelor of arts (communication; psychology)

Dong Hyuk Yim – Bachelor of arts in business administration (finance)

James Jun-Yu You – Bachelor of science (applied & computational math sciences)

Eric Yufeng Zhao – Bachelor of science in forest resources (paper sc&engr: bus)

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