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A look at locals who have earned degrees or other honors at their respective colleges in the summer

OSU tabs summer honors students

Oregon State University has named a host of local students to its Scholastic Honor Roll for Summer term 2020.

A total of 1,207 students earned a B-plus (3.5) or better to make the listing. To be on the Honor Roll, students must carry at least 12 graded hours of course work.

Local students on the honor roll included:

Canby

Aaron M. Kromer, senior, accountancy; Jordan A. Moon, senior, ecological engineering.

Donald

Kaylei B. Logan, senior, human development and family science.

Molalla

Terri-Lee A. Blue, sophomore, human development and family science; Nicole R. Miroff, senior, natural resources; William D. Schaefer, senior, biology.

Saint Paul

Spenser R. Coleman, senior, agricultural sciences.

Woodburn

Gabriella S. Martinez, senior, public health.

Newberg

Dakota Hagen, senior, kinesiology.

Molalla Pioneer

Molalla's Yoder earns

degree at Adams State

Molalla's Laura Rose Yoder graduated from Adams State University (Alamosa, Colo), during the spring 2020 virtual commencement ceremony on June 6. Yoder received a Master's Degree in counseling - clinical mental health.

Sandberg lands on Seton Hall dean's list

Lauren Sandberg, of Canby, was recently named to the spring 2020 dean list at Seton Hall University.

She is currently enrolled in the BS-MD program, majoring in biology.

To be eligible, undergraduate students my complete all courses with a 3.4 GPA and no grade lower than a "C."

Canby Herald.

Locals make EOU dean's list for Spring 2020

Several students with local ties were named to the 2020 spring term dean's list for Eastern Oregon University.

They are:

Canby – Kenzie Devries.

Beavercreek – Rachelle Bonsi, Natalie Ferland.

Canby woman earns EOU degree

Kenzie Devries, of Canby, was one of 595 degrees awarded by Eastern Oregon University for the 2019-20 academic year.

Devries earned a Bachelor of Science in physical activity and health.


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