Who’s Who Honors 34 Students

The 2003 annual publication of “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges,” includes 34 Walla Walla College students, selected as outstanding examples of student leaders.

Students are nominated for academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities, and potential for continued success.

“Who’s Who” students are selected from more than 2,300 institutions in the U.S. as well as several foreign nations.

This year 16 WWC students included were from Washington: biology majors Melissa McFadden and Daniel Moor; business administration majors Rodney Baladad, Mackenzie Fridlund, Tamara Heisler, and Debra Matson; elementary education major Katrina Klein; engineering major Lief Sorensen; English majors Laura DeBruler, Mari Ferguson, and Nicholas Lindquist; graphic design major Keri Newell; mass media communication majors Petra Hernandez and Adam Lombard; mathematics major Robert Sanborn; and technology major Brian Hernandez.

From Oregon: Chelsey Ham, mass media communications major, and Kevin Smith, engineering major.

From Idaho: business administration major Cameron Cook and English major Malora Christensen.

From Montana: technology major Jessica Craik.

Other WWC students named from the United States were: business administration majors Kelly Case from Massachussetts, and Timothy Williams, from Colorado; computer information services major Kevin Helbley, from Nevada; and engineering major Jonathan Knoll, from Vermont. Six WWC students from California were named: biology majors Heather Eick and Michelle Hoag; business administration majors Kate Bullock and Heidi Withrow; and theology majors Troy Ahrens and Ross Brown.

Three Canadian citizens attending Walla Walla College were also named: technology majors Brian Bell and Karin Spangler; and mass media communication major Debra Patt.

June 01, 2003 / Walla Walla University
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