Spokesman

The following Redmond-area students are expected to graduate June 15 from Oregon State University. The graduation, one of the largest in the country where actual diplomas are handed out, is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. at Reser Stadium in Corvallis:

From Redmond — Coleman M. Aamodt, bachelor of science, construction engineering management; Christopher H. Anderson, master of science, wood science; Mackenzie C. Anderson, bachelor of science, social science; Lawrence L. Arefieg, bachelor of science, summa cum laude, biology; Waranya Arthonprachachit, bachelor of science, public health; Elizabeth L. Ausman, bachelor of science, agricultural Sciences; Emily J. Brown, Master of arts teaching, teaching; Katie A. Ciaramitaro, bachelor of science, business administration; Bradley A. Cook, bachelor of science, magna cum laude, computer science; James W. Fountain, bachelor of science, exercise and sport science; Lynnea M. Fredrickson, bachelor of science, speech communication; Geoffrey F. Frisbie, bachelor of science, liberal studies; Stefanie A. Gamboa, bachelor of fine arts, digital communication arts; Jamie K. Garza, bachelor of science, business administration; Hannah J. George, bachelor of science, summa cum laude, kinesiology; Elizabeth K. Grotsky, master of counseling, counseling; Ashley L. Hagner, bachelor of science, cum laude, kinesiology; Cole E. Harris, bachelor of science, liberal studies; Jessica A. Hatch, bachelor of science, human development and family sciences; Sarah D. Hershberger, master of arts teaching, teaching; Daniel C. Hodges, master of science, statistics; Taylor A. Huck, bachelor of science, human development and family sciences; Corinne F. Johns, master of counseling, counseling; Wesley C. Johns, bachelor of science, biohealth sciences; Joseph H. Kensey, bachelor of science, biochemistry and biophysics; Ryan J. Lunsford, bachelor of science, business administration; Shawna L. Marshall, bachelor of science, zoology; Anthony Mattioda, doctor of pharmacy, pharmacy, doctor of pharmacy (4-year); Wesley L. McDaniel, bachelor of science, natural resources; Eric A. McDonald, bachelor of science, cum laude, energy systems engineering; Kimberly Miller, bachelor of science, magna cum laude, kinesiology; Abagail D. Murray, bachelor of science, kinesiology; Bryna K. O’Keefe, bachelor of science, cum laude, kinesiology; Jason W. Perry, bachelor of science, business administration; Josiah N. Poole, bachelor of science, fisheries and wildlife sciences; Zachary L. Powell, honors bachelor of science, cum laude, mechanical engineering; Chelsea L. Ramsey, master of counseling, counseling; Colin J. Ronhaar, bachelor of science, civil engineering; Jonathan N. Ropp, bachelor of science, computer science; Carol A. Saleta, bachelor of science, human development and family sciences; McKenzie Sigmund, bachelor of science, animal sciences; Jennifer R. Speaks, bachelor of science, Magma cum laude, energy systems engineering; Justin A. Staat, bachelor of science, kinesiology; Taylor Stephens, bachelor of science, kinesiology; Jeremy S. Thomas, bachelor of science, civil engineering; Bethany J. Williams, bachelor of science, liberal studies; Tyler J. Young, bachelor of science, human development and family sciences.

From Terrebonne — Jessica R. Hershberger, bachelor of science, liberal studies; Kelsey J. Jackson, master of arts teaching, teaching; Christian T. Lisignoli, bachelor of science, agricultural business management; Jeaneva M. Senko, bachelor of science, business administration; Emilee A. Shevlin, bachelor of science, social science; Tyler B. Slavich, bachelor of science, electrical and computer engineering.

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