Applause - 6/11/18

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
MathewMathew ThompsonMatthew Thompson of Woodinville has been named a 2018 Montana State University presidential scholar, MSU’s most prestigious scholarship.  He is among 23 across the nation to receive the award.
Thompson is the valedictorian from Woodinville High School. He intends to major in chemical engineering and minor in materials science. Thompson is an AP scholar with distinction and is a member of the National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society. He also has received best delegate awards for his involvement in Model United Nations at conferences in Seattle and Vancouver, British Columbia. Thompson has been an active member of orchestra and chamber orchestra as principal cellist. He is the son of Patrick and Cary Thompson of Woodinville.
Baylor University (Waco, Texas) named the following local Woodinville students to the Dean’s Academic Honor List for the 2018 spring semester:
Erin Rachelle Keith, School of Music
Meghan J McCahill, Hankamer School of Business
Marshall Hobson-Ritz of Kenmore graduated from Cornell College (Mount Vernon, IA) on May 13th. 
Max Massey Larson of Woodinville graduated from Bowdoin College (Brunswick, Maine) with a major in mathematics and government and legal studies.
Emily Burns of Bothell graduated from Knox College (Galesburg, IL).  She majored in Chemistry with a minor in Biochemistry/Creative Writing.
The following local students will graduate from Oregon State University (Corvallis, Ore.) on June 16th:
Bothell - Nattapat P. Chutipanyaporn, BS in Construction Engineering Management; Casey R. Gosselin, BS in Environmental Sciences; James A. Moran, BS in Chemical Engineering; Trevor D. Peterson, BS in Psychology (Cum Laude)
Kenmore - Tessa Alger, BS in Merchandising Management (Summa Cum Laude)
Woodinville - Danielle M. Allen, BS in Natural Resources
The following local students graduated from the University of San Diego (San Diego, Calif.) on May 27.
Ellen McCaw of Bothell earned a bachelor’s degree in Accountancy.  She graduated magna cum laude.
Bryce Wimberly of Woodinville earned a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics.

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