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• Lynne Katherine Tempest earned a Bachelor of Science in neuroscience with a minor in chemistry from Bowdoin College, in Brunswick, Maine.

  • Tuesday, June 30, 2009 2:35pm
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• Lynne Katherine Tempest earned a Bachelor of Science in neuroscience with a minor in chemistry from Bowdoin College, in Brunswick, Maine.

• Benjamin Fisher York earned a Bachelor of Arts in economics also from Bowdoin College.

Western Washington University graduates include:

• Megan Elizabeth Addison: Master of Education in environmental education.

• Jessica Ann Edris earned a Bachelor of Arts in psychology.

Boston University awarded academic degrees to 5,863 students in May 2009.

• Nikhil S. Haas: Bachelor of Science in biomedical engineering.

• Harrison Z. Rice: Bachelor of Science in communication.

• Danielle A. Rind: Bachelor of Science in business administration and management.

• Sarah M. Gillis: Master of Social Work in social work.

• Chloe J. Etsekson: Bachelor of Science in journalism.

Islanders who received degrees on May 31 from Linfield College in McMinnville, Ore., include:

• Cameron Lin Galloway: Bachelor of Science, business-marketing concentration.

• Kelly Lynne McLeod: Bachelor of Science, finance.

• Keatley Stillman: Bachelor of Science, elementary education.


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