Noteworthies

Local students graduate from college

• Rachel Mock of Los Altos Hills earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology.

• Wyatt Eng of Los Altos earned a bachelor’s in bioinformatics from Pacific University. Eng graduated cum laude and received the Outstanding Contributions to Student Life Award from the university.

Noteworthies: Graduations and academic honors

Local students graduate from college

• Krystin E. Skidmore of Los Altos earned a master’s degree in music from Wichita State University. Skidmore’s major was music-opera performance.

Four local students graduated from Tulane University in May.

Noteworthies: College graduations and academic honors

Local students graduate from college

• Molly Aine Dempsey of Los Altos and Rachel Arissa Risk of Mountain View graduated from Baylor University in May. Dempsey earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. Risk earned a Bachelor of Arts degree and graduated magna cum laude.

• Katelin Sullivan of Mountain View earned an associate’s degree in liberal education from Normandale Community College.

Noteworthies: Locals graduate college

Local students graduate from college

 

• Ashok Reddy of Los Altos earned a master’s degree in computer science from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

• Mikayla Allen of Mountain View earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing from George Fox University. Allen made the spring semester dean’s list, which requires a GPA of 3.5 or above on 12 or more hours of graded work.

Noteworthies: College dean's lists and graduations

Local students make college dean’s list

• Kimberly Allen of Mountain View made the spring dean’s list at Marquette University.

• Ryan Fisse of Los Altos made the dean’s list at Bates College for the winter semester. To make the list, a student must earn a cumulative GPA of 3.77 or above. Fisse, a 2017 graduate of Los Altos High School, is a freshman at Bates.

Noteworthies: Students win scholarships, reach milestones

MV Chamber awards student scholarships

The Mountain View Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation gave 15 local students scholarships at an awards dinner last week.

Scholarships totaled $70,000, with students receiving $4,000 to $5,000 each. Since 2009, the foundation has awarded more than $250,000 in scholarships.


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