Wilsonville residents make the honor roll at Oregon State University for 2019 spring term

Congratulations, Oregon State University students

Several Wilsonville students were named to Oregon State University's honor roll for the 2019 spring term. To be eligible for the honor roll, students must take at least 12 graded courses and receive a 3.5 GPA or better.

Straight-A Average: Danielle Alexis B. Cacdac, senior, animal sciences; Brigh G. Dolan, junior, biochemistry & molecular biology; Daniel R. Goddard, senior, chemical engineering; Hanna L. Hartt, senior, graphic design; Matthew S. Macovsky, senior, pre-computer science; Tristan M. McCabe, sophomore, pre-mechanical engineering; Grace E. Miller, freshman, business administration; Amy F. Olyaei, senior, microbiology; Jordan D. Ortega, senior, fisheries & wildlife sciences; Keenan P. Puncocher, senior, political science; Alexandra J. Saccente, junior, pre-civil engineering; Kara G. Traffas, junior, English; Logan P. Traffas, senior, pre-computer science. Those who received a 3.5 or better: Kylee J. Allen, senior, kinesiology; Sierra A. Bishop, sophomore, business administration; Christine M. Caulk, senior, human development and family science; Jonathon J. Goddard, senior, biology; Samantha K. Holman, senior, elect & computer engineering; Jack R. Jensen, junior, pre-mechanical engineering; Luke C. Klassy, senior, management; Grant H. Kresge, senior, bioengineering; Kooper B. Lust, junior, pre-mechanical engineering; Taylor N. Lust, senior, microbiology; Cayden S. Nelson, sophomore, anthropology; Maritza Perez, junior, manufacturing engineering; Ashyan A. Rahavi, junior, computer science; Camille G. Rule, sophomore, design & innovation management; Jennifer A. Ryu, senior, biohealth sciences; Joel B. Schmidt, senior, construction engineering mgt; Haley L. Schulte, junior, marketing; Elijah E. Shumway, sophomore, pre-elect & computer engineer; Katherine A. Trese, senior, pre-chemical engineering; Aspen M. Wilson, junior, accountancy; Macallister N. Wilson, senior, business administration.

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