Bothell students on the University of Washington dean’s list

Students from the Bothell area have been named to the dean's list at the University of Washington for spring 2015 quarter.

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Students from the Bothell area have been named to the dean’s list at the University of Washington for spring 2015 quarter.

To qualify for the Dean’s List, a student must have completed at least 12 graded credits and have a grade point average of at least 3.50 (out of 4). Students are notified that they have achieved this distinction when they receive their grades for the quarter.

The Bothell students are: Kate Aarden, Chima Andre Acholonu, Chioma Leandra Acholonu, Rahman Ahmed, Oliver Ruben Albee, Jean Marie Anderson, Emily Marie Anthony, Brian Auf Der Springe, Madeleine Elizabeth Austin, Jane Haeun Baek, Ryan Allen Barak, Micaela Spears Bartunek, Cayla Mackenzie Beard, Margaret Newhart Becker, Javaad Ahmed Beg, Jennifer Michelle Benson, Peter Sverre Berge, Karthik Varma Bhupatiraju, Yunhan Bi, Joseph Ethan Bizar, Chelsea Shay Bogrow, Carly Nicole Braker, Quinn David Brandt, Sara Micall Brannman, Timothy Ian Brummer, Alec Joseph Bueing, Sovida Bun, Brittni Pritpal Burgess, Randi Michelle Burgess, Luis David Cardenas Contreras, Julia Marianne Carlstad, Eric Jacob Carpenter, Zach E Chadwick, Alexis Marie Chamberlin, Jacky Chan, Madison Chan, Ahleena J J M Chandler, Kien Jack Chin, Ronald Chiu Young Chu, Veronica Christine Claudio, Sabrina Lynn Clifton, Jessica Leigh Cole, April Dawn Coleman, Kelsie Taylor Coles, Cameron Richard Costa, Adam Croissant, Brent Stephen Cronin, Marian Cruz, Brendan Joel Cysewski, Lauren Nicole Daniels, Margaret Grace Deleon, Cameron Alexander Doane, Ryan Thomas Dorsey, Siobhan Mary Dowling, Tyler Scott Ebisu, Archana Einstein, Anna Elberier, Daniel Fischer Engstrom, Jennifer Marianna Engstrom, Alice Elizabeth Evered, Katherine Rose Evered, Ann Kayleigh Rose Fadely, Zachary Alan Feingold, Kevin Thomas Fenton, Rachel Christine Fillman, Taylor Lynn Frazier, Priyanka Gautom, Laura Louise Gerber, Mark Adrian Germino, Allan Thomas Gilmore, Ryan Michael Gilmore, Aidan Jeffrey Gold, Danielle Estelle Goldenberg, Dallas Mckinzie Graham, Shelby L Guidry, Mee Hyun Ha, Jessica Katherine Hale, Baylee Donna Hall, Derek Tyler Hayes, Ronie, Herana, Bonnie Dac Ho, Veronique Quynh-Nhu Ngoc Hoang, Carly Elizabeth Hood, Kenny Kiet Huynh, Mathew Idro, Janine Motoko Ikeda, Rachel Jecker, Hannah Hyeryeon Jeong, Anna Marie Johnson, Bonnie A Johnson, Kye Ariel Takahashi Johnson, Andrew Erich Jones, Michael J Jones, Jared Mcgregor Jordan, Melissa Julyanti, Nicholas Neil Kane, Jordan Michael Kennedy, Kelsey L Keogh, Diane Daeun Kim, Joscelyn Hyun-Jeong Kim, Stephanie E King, Yulia Natalia Kit, Sreyneng Kladouris, Nicole Valery Klionsky, Christopher Johann Korb, Julianne Straga Korn, Christopher Nolan Kossik, Jacob Richard Kowalsky, Makenzie Jordan Kruger, Keng S Kuoch, Emmett Ga-Lok Lam, Thomas S Lamb, Ashleigh C Lamken, Ryan Nicholas Lapointe, Tayler Kendall Larsen, Ann Booyo Lee, Deborah Lee, Derek Alexander Lee, Eugene Lee, Jennifer Nianing Lee, Joshua Y Lee, Stacia G Lee, Una Legin, Corey M Lewis, Angela A Li, Tony Li, Janessa Le’Anne Little, Darren Liu, Ryman Kin Ning Liu, Brooks Edwin Lobe, Carly Maria Lynch, Cassie Grace Lynch, Ashley Mary MacKinen, Danielle Renae Madsen, Kristina Maria Maldonado, Haseeb Mohammad Malik, Erika June Mar, Tara Marinig, Amira Marcella Mattar, Lauren Keiko Mayeda, Trevor Kincaid McAllister-Day, Ian Alexander McClure, Bryan Vaughn McDermott, Brianna Jin-Sun McIntosh, Carey Renee McKnight, Delaney Christine McKnight, Alicia Marie Messner, Alagan Arunasalam Mohan, Wyatt Lee Moore, Bryce Duncan Moriarty, Kiyomi Jordan Morris, Kylee Sekiko Morris, Tommy Edward Morris, Randa Karim Mustafa, Anton Leo Nachmanson, Jessica Antonia Negara, Tremaine Nikolas Ng, Jessica Kimberly Nguyen, Juliano Nguyen, Minh-Anh Vu Nguyen, Molly U Nguyen, Tuchi Hoang Nguyen, Andy Ninh, Danielle Olson, Shruti Sanjay Parikh, Alyssa Marie Parris, Ryan David Peffer, Sy Elizabeth Daily Pendergast, Michael Quang Thanh Pham, Jonathan David Phippen, Harrison James Pierce, James Philip Piper, Matthew David Pittsford, Kimberly Ann Platz, Calli Christine Plenert, Yumiko Isabel Preston, Eleonora Sergeyevna Prikhodko, Victoria Anne Rayno, Ryan Lee Reamy, Isaac Wayne Renfrow, Dominic Benjamin Retana, Sophie Ann Reynolds, Jessica A Richter, David K Ricker, Spencer David Robert, Savannah Lee Rose, Christopher Ryan Rosmith, Kyrene Roy, Gracen Marie Rubo, Alexa Nicole Russo, Andrea Maria Saldana, Christopher David Salee, Shane Marshall Sales, Jordan Sandhu, Manveer Sandhu, Kaili Maureen Sandico, Rawan Sarhan, Christoffer Toshio Seko, Amanda Lee Sendele, Courtney Marie Shish, Valerie G Shmigol, Sydney Allen Staples, Amanda Reh Staten, Heather Nicole Striegel, David Kurt Stults, Christine Sutton, Erica Julliun Takano, Ruth Tamas, Tammy Tarhini, Sean Nader Tavakoli, Bryan C Taylor, Kaeley Michelle Taylor, Amy Tram Thai, Hannah Josline Thomas, Robinson Scott Thompson, Paula Tica, Andrew Lan Tran, Matthew Henry Trawczynski, Thuc Hoang Truong, Alan Villavicencio, Juan Carlos Vizcarra, Christopher Th Vong, Cora Marie Walker, Emily Elise Walters, Derek Juimin Wang, Joshua Anthony Waugh, Lauren Louise Weldy, Derek Marcus Wenger, Conor David White, Jason Winters, Bryant Yiren Wong, Jacky Wu, Lauren T Wurth, Chloe Wei-Yi Yeo, Phoebe Wei-Chien Yeo, Brenda Yin, Christina Leehwa Yoon, Hannah Yu, Jun Yuan, Emily Nicole Zehm and Lucy Zhu.

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