LA GRANDE — Eastern Oregon University awarded 595 degrees during its spring commencement, including the following local students:

Athena: Jacqueline Capps, master of arts in teaching in elementary education and initial licensure in PK-12; Taylor Hunt, master of arts in teaching in secondary education and initial licensure in PK-12; Jessica Lambert, bachelor of science in elementary education and multidisciplinary studies and initial licensure in PK-12.

Boardman: Alejandra Mendoza, bachelor of science in business administration.

Echo: Audrey Anolfo, bachelor of science in anthropology/sociology.

Hermiston: John Barron, bachelor of science in business administration; Jessica Dixon, bachelor of arts in physical activity & health; Vaughan Hawkins, bachelor of science in business administration; Dalton Hughes, bachelor of science in business administration and economics; Michael Kellison, master of arts in teaching in secondary education and initial licensure in PK-12; Sara Lomas, bachelor of arts in multidisciplinary studies and elementary education; Annika Miller, master of arts in teaching in secondary education and initial licensure in PK-12; Kody Moss, bachelor of science in business administration; Ashlee Muller, master of arts in teaching in secondary education and initial licensure in PK-12; Daisy Victorio, bachelor of science in early childhood education.

Ione: Kimberly Carter, master of arts in teaching in elementary education and initial licensure in PK-12.

Irrigon: Kristine Griffin, bachelor of science in early childhood education; April Olsen, master of arts in teaching in elementary education and initial licensure in PK-12.

Milton-Freewater: Jose Abrego, bachelor of science in physical activity & health; Austin Cousineau, bachelor of science in communication studies.

Pendleton: Matthew Baty, master of arts in teaching in secondary education and initial licensure in PK-12; Dakotta Bridges, bachelor of science in business administration; Tonita Britt, master of business administration in business; Quinn Cockburn, bachelor of science in business administration; Mason Davis, bachelor of science in computer science; Hunter Frazier, bachelor of arts in business administration; Tucker Jacobs, bachelor of science in physical activity & health; Hailey Kendrick, bachelor of arts in communication studies; Adhal Martinez, bachelor of arts in physical activity & health; Danika McIntosh, master of science in education; Tanner Pearson, bachelor of science in biology; Andrea Rodriguez, bachelor of science in business administration; Gregory Senter, bachelor of science in accounting; Brandilyn Smith, bachelor of science in business administration; Rayne Spencer, bachelor of science in elementary education; Eleanor Stuart, bachelor of arts in multidisciplinary studies and elementary education, and initial licensure in PK-12; Michelle Tias, bachelor of science in anthropology/sociology; Allison VanLeuven, bachelor of arts in early childhood education; Kylee Zeckman, bachelor of science in business administration.

Pilot Rock: James Gourlie, bachelor of science in psychology; Kendall Walker, bachelor of science in business administration.

Stanfield: Ryan Bailey, bachelor of science in computer science; Lydia Hurty, bachelor of science in anthropology/sociology.

Umatilla: Jacquelin Madrigal, bachelor of science in anthropology/sociology.

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