WSU Spokane graduation highlights 12 students

WSU Spokane graduation highlights 12 students

Ming-Yeh Hsieh, master of arts in speech and hearing sciences Her academic passion is autism. She practiced what she learned about intensive speech-language intervention at a local early learning center. She’s ready to work on a second degree, a Ph.D., and take what she has learned back to her native Taiwan to make life better for children with autism. She exudes a sense of collegiality and collaboration.

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by KREM.com

KREM.com

Posted on May 7, 2014 at 5:00 PM

SPOKANE, Wash.--Nearly 500 students from Washington State University Spokane will be the first in the Spokane area to graduate during the campus’s 25th commencement celebration on Friday. Select students were set to be highlighted during the ceremony based on nominations by peers and faculty.

The students to be highlighted are:
 
•    Girma Admasu, bachelor of science in nursing
 
•    Christina Duncan, bachelor of science in nursing
 
•    Adrian Espindola, master of education in curriculum and instruction
 
•    Ming-Yeh Hsieh, master of arts in speech and hearing sciences
 
•    Erin Johnson, bachelor of science in nursing
 
•    Natalie Kyllo, bachelor of science in nursing
 
•    Tin-Yan Lee, bachelor of science in nursing
 
•    Sari Levernier, bachelor of science in nursing
 
•    Suzanne Matson, bachelor of arts in speech and hearing sciences
 
•    Addison Tatman, bachelor of science in nursing
 
•    Adriana Uribe, bachelor of arts in speech and hearing sciences
 
•    Panqiu Zhu, bachelor of arts in speech and hearing sciences

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