Local students graduate from UW

July 1, 2011

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The following students from the Newcastle area graduated from the University of Washington in June.

Alexandra Bucci, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Bikram Cheema, Bachelor of Arts, political science; Simran Gill, Bachelor of Science, nursing; Lisa Gould, Bachelor of Arts, psychology; Victoria Hupf, Bachelor of Arts, business administration (accounting); Kenneth Ishikawa, Bachelor of Arts, Japanese; Monica Ledford, Bachelor of Arts, business administration (finance); Meng-Ching Liang, Bachelor of Arts, interdisciplinary studies (media and communication); Tami Mason, Bachelor of Arts, urban studies; Vincent Nguyen, Bachelor of Arts, business administration (human resources management); Paul Nichols, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Laura Pattison, Bachelor of Science, psychology; Svetlana Petkova, Bachelor of Science, math-comprehensive option and economics; Sydney Safley, Bachelor of Arts, history (communication); Dennis Tat, Bachelor of Science, biology (general); Sam Trautman, Bachelor of Arts, business administration (accounting); Cynthia Truong, Bachelor of Arts, business administration (finance); Mika Tsuboi, Bachelor of Arts (English); Naeem Uddin, Bachelor of Science, computing and software systems; Ipreet Virk, Bachelor of Arts, psychology; Lisa Wan, Bachelor of Arts, geography; and Heather Yasui, Bachelor of Arts, linguistics.

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  1. Local students graduate from UW – Newcastle News | Business Administration University on July 2nd, 2011 2:58 am

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