College students win awards, inducted into honor societies

Throughout the 2017-18 school year, many local students received honors at their colleges.

The following students were initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi: Janessa Aarsvold, of Woodinville (Florida Institute of Technology); Hanna Abaata, of Lynnwood (Andrews University); Ajibola Alamutu, of Everett (Texas A&M University-Kingsville); Kristiana Bennett, of Mukilteo (Pacific Lutheran University); Olivia Bode, of Edmonds (Central Washington University); Nicole Bouche, of Brier (University of Puget Sound); Allison Chaplin, of Everett (Clemson University); Amy Darmetko, of Arlington (Central Washington University); Emma Donelson, of Woodinville (Westmont College); Erin Funk, of Everett (Central Washington University); Hannah Gorham, of Edmonds (Pacific Lutheran University); Sabrina Johnson, of Everett (Boise State University); Claire Main, of Mill Creek (Long Island University); James Marker, of Lake Stevens (Central Washington University); Hannah Moshinsky, of Edmonds (Western Oregon University); Emily Ness, of Everett (Pacific Lutheran University); Jennifer Nguyen, of Lynnwood (Central Washington University); Jordan Nishimoto, of Mukilteo (Brigham Young University); Sukvanna Phan, of Everett (Pennsylvania State University); Shelan Porter, of Bothell (Pacific Lutheran University); Antonia Semanskee, of Snohomish (Central Washington University); Jaclyn Spani, of Lynnwood (Western Oregon University); Lexus Sparks, of Lynnwood (Saint Martin’s University); Jennifer Tanner, of Everett (Boise State University); Jimmy Tarelo, of Oak Harbor (Pennsylvania State University); Caleb Tingstad, of Edmonds (Western Oregon University); Andrea Wells-Edwards, of Everett (Oregon State University).

Karlie Rimat, of Stanwood, was among the new members and a 2018-19 officer inducted into Chapter 378 of Phi Eta Sigma national honor society (McKendree University).

Zechariah Skorka, a chemical engineering major from Everett, was among the 35 seniors inducted into the Order of the Engineer at Trine University’s Allen School of Engineering & Technology.

Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf inducted Michael Wentland, of Lynnwood, into the Delta Xi chapter of the Epsilon Pi Tau honor society.

Wheaton College student Isabelle Flitsch, of Snohomish, was inducted into Sigma Tau Delta English Honors Society.

The James J. Duane III Student Life Leadership Award, given to seniors in recognition of extraordinary performance as a student leader at Lehigh University, went to Liyala Dickens, of Lynnwood.

Wesleyan University student Tiffany Coons, of Everett, was awarded the Plukas Teaching Apprentice Award for excellent service to the Department of Economics as a teaching apprentice.

Andrew Ivelia, of Lake Stevens, won the Management and Leadership Academic Excellence Award from the Foster College of Business at Bradley University.

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