University of Oregon Spring 2002 Graduates

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University of Oregon Spring 2002 Graduates


Byline: The Register-Guard

CORRECTION (ran 7/10/02): Autumn DePoe received a bachelor of arts in political science with a minor in communication studies from the University of Oregon. Her name was inadvertently omitted in a list of spring 2002 graduates supplied by the university.

Here's the list of spring 2002 candidates for University of Oregon degrees:

BLUE RIVER - Julie Margaret Gravelle, master of education, educational leadership.

COOS BAY - Michael T. Belisle, bachelor of arts, English and political science; Corinna N. Freeman, bachelor of arts, art history; Jacob Allen Horner, bachelor of science, geological sciences; Nicholas Vito Larson, bachelor of science, political science; Darla Lesan, bachelor of fine arts, painting; Michelle Therese Matejka, bachelor of arts, educational studies; John A. Stiegeler, bachelor of science, mathematics; and Nicole Christine Warbis, bachelor of arts, art history and political science.

COTTAGE GROVE - Allison Eleanor Astrella, bachelor of arts, psychology and Spanish; Staci Lynn Beauchamp, bachelor of arts, psychology; Becky A. Couch-Goodling, master of science, arts management; Nathan Sebastian Galata, bachelor of science, economics; Stephanie G. Johnson, bachelor of science, educational studies; Madoka Kusakabe, master of arts, East Asian languages and literature; Dawn Alicia Lindsay, bachelor of science, accounting; Jamie Wingsee Louie, bachelor of science, sociology; Sara V. Meyer, bachelor of arts, sociology; Calli Jo Munsell, bachelor of arts, anthropology; Ann Fitzpatrick Radossevich, master of arts, international studies; Mark Edward Ruckwardt, master of business administration, management: general business; and Jared L. Young, bachelor of science, economics.

CRESWELL - Travis Lyle Belk, bachelor of science, business administration and economics; Melissa M. Cronk, bachelor of arts, educational studies; Brian C. Hall, bachelor of science, music; Roxanne M. Hetzer, bachelor of science, psychology; Amanda J. Lewis, bachelor of science, biology; Jennie Lynn Looney, bachelor of science, chemistry; Charles F. Whittington, bachelor of science, educational studies; Jody Brook Young, master of education, educational leadership, and certificate, middle/secondary education.

DEXTER - April Nicole Bales, bachelor of science, educational studies; Alla Svetlana Blanca-White, certificate, middle/secondary education; and Bridget Kristen Klest, bachelor of arts, psychology.

ELKTON - Jennifer L. Shepherd, bachelor of science, accounting.

ELMIRA - Jared Isaac Garber, master of accounting, accounting; Leah Boyd Mathis, bachelor of arts, art; Kelly Snyder, bachelor of science, general science; and Susan Marie Wilson, bachelor of science, biology.

EUGENE - Dione Alyssa Katharine Aaland, bachelor of arts, anthropology; Jessica Lynn Abraham, bachelor of fine arts, photography; Ryan John Abraham, bachelor of arts, English; Joi Marie Adair, bachelor of science, family and human services; John Philip Adamson, bachelor of arts, business administration; Luke Samuel Adler, bachelor of arts, international studies; S. Robert Alba, bachelor of arts, theater arts; Kimberly L. Allen, bachelor of science, business administration; Erin Beth Anderson, bachelor of science, business administration; Nicholas Sean Anderson, bachelor of arts, political science; Robert Edward Anderson, bachelor of science, biology; Ryan Scott Anderson, bachelor of arts, political science; Jeremy N. Andrew, bachelor of science, business administration; Mieko Elizabeth Aoki, master of landscape architecture, landscape architecture; Adam J. Apalategui, bachelor of science, business administration; Angela Christine Arnold, bachelor of science, communication disorders and sciences; Amicis Xavier Arvizu, bachelor of science, biology; Kari Lynne Atkins, bachelor of science, computer and information science; Donna Lee Atkinson, bachelor of science, family and human services; Georgia Christine Atwood, bachelor of education, educational studies; Adam August, master of business administration, management: general business; Peter Alan Baki, bachelor of science, biology;

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