As our school year comes to a close, Gamma would like to recognize our amazing graduates. Congratulations to:

 

alex_lambAlex Lamb – Bachelor of Science (Civil and Environmental Engineering)After graduating Alex hopes to obtain a summer internship. At the end of the summer he plans to hammock around Europe!


alyssa_oyadomariAlyssa Oyadomari – Bachelor of Science (Microbiology)Recently, Alyssa was accepted into the Medical Technology Program and hopes to continue her education here at the University of Washington for two more years. Hopefully, her career will take her to California or back home to Hawaii to give back to her community.


Ben Horst – Bachelor of Science (Chemistry, ACS Certified), Bachelor of Arts (Biochemistry), Mathematics Minor

After graduation Ben will be taking off for four weeks to explore Western and Central Europe! On his way back, he will be stopping in Springfield, MA for the Kappa Kappa Psi National Convention, hanging out with brothers from across the nation. After taking a year off from school to work, Ben will be applying for PhD programs in the field of Bioinorganic Chemistry with the hopes of studying metalloenzymes as his system of choice.


Brent Nagamine – Bachelor of Arts (Communication)


Cerise Knakal – Bachelor of Science (Biology with an emphasis on Physiology), Bachelor of Science (Psychology), Music Minor

After graduation Cerise will be travelling to Disneyland with Megan and then to Europe and back to the U.S. for Kappa Kappa Psi National Convention. After National Convention she will begin working for the University of Washington in the Zweifel Lab in the School of Pharmacology and Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences as a Research Scientist.


Darcy Leggett – Bachelor of Music (Music Education), Education, Learning, and Societies Minor

After graduating earlier in March Darcy spent the spring teaching elementary instrumental music to 4th and 5th graders at 4 elementary schools in the Seattle Public School district. She will be spending the next year teaching abroad in Sydney, Australia.


Evan Lewarch – Bachelor of Science (Earth and Space Sciences), Bachelor of Science (Astronomy)


Josh Chan Bachelor of Arts (Science, Technology, and Society)

After graduating earlier this year Josh continued his many responsibilities working as a theater manager for the Seattle Public Schools, a technician for the Renton IKEA Performing Arts Center, and teaching Drumline for the Seattle Schools All-City Marching Band.


Jessica Chiu – Bachelor of Science (Informatics), Chinese Minor

Jessica is currently looking for a user experience/IT job in the Seattle area. She is also the option of graduate school open, preferably at the University of Washington for graduate degree in Human Centered Design and Engineering, Human Computer Interaction and Design, and/or continuing at the iSchool.


Megan Hestir – Bachelor of Arts (Business Administration)

After graduating from the Milgard School of Business at the University of Washington – Tacoma she is going to Disneyland with her siblings and best friends Cerise She will then be working as a 911 dispatcher in Bellevue, WA.


Molly K. Donelly – Bachelor of Arts (History), Bachelor of Business Administration (Marketing, Entrepreneurship), Music Minor

After graduating earlier this year, Molly worked in Business Development with the company A Place for Mom. In June she will be moving to New York, New York working for Teach for America and completing a Master’s Degree in Education through AmeriCorps. She plans to travel more, continue to do photography, and get involved in New York’s startup scene during her free time and vacations.


Susanna Kim – Bachelor of Arts (Communication), Music Minor


Tamlyn Sapp – Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science and Resource Management – with a focus on Wildlife Conservation), Aquatic & Fishery Sciences Minor, Music Minor

This summer Tamlyn will be working part time at the Woodland Park Zoo. In the fall she will begin an extensive job search for a zookeeping position somewhere in the country.


Thomas Larson – Bachelor of Science (Mechanical Engineering with a specialization in Mechatronics)

After graduation Thomas hopes to start a company called Cell Focus producing low cost lenses that turn cell phone cameras into microscopes.


Gamma is so proud of all of our graduated brothers! Although we are sad to see them go, we know they are all going on to bigger and better things, continuously striving for the highest. MLITB all day every day!

“I do not know how long t’will be, or what the future holds for me, but this I know, if I must die, I am a brother of KKPsi.” 

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