George Fox University
The following East County students received their bachelor's degrees from George Fox University this spring:
Janette Beltran-Aispuro of Gresham with a degree in art, and
Anthony Jordan of Portland with a degree in management.
The following students recently graduated from Linfield University:
BORING: Alyssa Thiel, bachelor of science, economics and mathematics (summa cum laude).
CORBETT: Jennifer Robin Layton, bachelor degree of arts, theatre arts.
DAMASCUS: Matthew James Roberts, bachelor of science in nursing; Steffan Schirle, bachelor of arts, finance.
GRESHAM: Patrick Hickok, bachelor of science, marketing; Shelby Lynn Hollenbeck, bachelor's of science, environmental studies-science focus; Victoria Audrey Sapp, bachelor of science in nursing (cum laude); Thomas L. Schmitz, bachelor of science, mathematics; Katy Ann Shewmaker, bachelor's degree of science, biology; Kyle Shewmaker, bachelor of science, economics and finance; Mandy Shinn, bachelor of science in nursing; Amanda Warren, bachelor of science in nursing; Cori Nichole Young, bachelor of science in nursing.
TROUTDALE: Brittany Monique Bowden, bachelor of science in nursing; Aaron William Brandt, bachelor of science, exercise science; Patricia Punsalan Herrera, bachelor of science, accounting; Dawn Marie Sloss, bachelor of science in nursing; James Michael Woodruff, bachelor of science in nursing.
Portland State University
Jeanie Pham of Portland recently was awarded a study abroad grant worth $1,000 from The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.
Pham is one of 50 students nationwide to receive the award.
Currently a senior majoring in community development at Portland State University, Pham will use the grant to study abroad in Cape Town, South Africa.
Salve Regina University
Christopher Lehrbach of Gresham has been named to the dean's list for the spring 2014 semester at Salve Regina University. Lehrbach is a junior.
To qualify for the dean's list, full-time undergraduate students must earn a minimum grade point average of 3.6 with no grade below a B in that semester.
Toccoa Falls College
Bee Yang of Portland recently graduated with a degree in pastoral ministries from Toccoa Falls College.Add a comment