Local students graduate from Oregon State University
More than 7,000 students representing all 50 states and 73 countries have earned degrees as part of Oregon State University's class of 2020.
This year's class includes 7,181 total graduates earning 7,452 degrees, with 267 people earning double degrees and two receiving three degrees. With this year's graduates, Oregon State has now awarded 265,147 degrees in the university's history.
Local students graduating this June from Oregon State include:
Ashwood: Thomas A. McDonald II, Bachelor of Science, Finance.
Camp Sherman: Samantha J. Wavrin, Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology.
Crooked River Ranch: Shannon A. Lindow, Bachelor of Science, Human Development and Family Sciences.
Culver: Tiffany S. Belvoir, Bachelor of Science, Biology; Emma Hoke, Bachelor of Science, Cum Laude, Liberal Studies; Andrea Retano, Bachelor of Science, Environmental Sciences.
Madras: Artesha L. Ballard, Master of Arts Teaching, Teaching; Joseph D. Calica, Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering; Yvette Escalante, Doctor of Pharmacy, Pharmacy, Doctor of Pharmacy (4-year); Ian P. Goodwin, Bachelor of Science, Summa Cum Laude, Forestry; Colton Hemenway, Bachelor of Science, Human Development and Family Sciences.
Joshua B. Hocker, Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering; Dakota Kerbow, Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology; Kim L. King, Bachelor of Science, Human Development and Family Sciences; Cecilia L. Ledford, Bachelor of Science, Cum Laude, Kinesiology; Matthew L. Marcotte, Bachelor of Science, Business Information Systems.
Richard W. Molitor, Bachelor of Science, Magna Cum Laude, Food Science and Technology; Cristian I. Quintana, Bachelor of Science, Finance; Jeffrey A. Sentman, Bachelor of Science, Energy Systems Engineering.
Terrebonne: Jordan R. Adams, Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering; Andrea M. Cameron, Bachelor of Science, Human Development and Family Sciences; Carly L. Campbell, Bachelor of Science, Business Administration; Krystalynn A. Crawford, Bachelor of Science, Psychology; Miranda N. Schmidt, Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology.
Warm Springs: Norene N. Sampson, Bachelor of Science, Human Development and Family Sciences.
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