Lake Washington Institute of Technology Students Named to Phi Theta Kappa All-Washington Team

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KIRKLAND, Wash. – Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) students Hannah Lamb and Ibrahim Ouenzar have been named to the 2023 Phi Theta Kappa All-Washington Academic Team.

Lamb is working toward her Medical Assistant degree, and wants to work in primary care, so she can help others feel their best. Ouenzar is a student in the Computing and Software Development program, and looks forward to working in technical sales or software development.

“Hannah and Ibrahim are incredibly hard-working students,” commented Dr. Amy Morrison, president of LWTech. “Both of these students have showed just how much hard work and perseverance pays off. I am so proud of all they have accomplished while at the college and I look forward to seeing what they do next.”

The All-Washington Academic Team program showcases Washington’s community and technical colleges by honoring academic high achievers who have shown a commitment to success both in the classroom and the communities in which they live. This recognition also demonstrates the state’s commitment to scholarship and community service on the part of those attending the state’s public community and technical colleges. To qualify, recipients must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher, demonstrate outstanding academic achievement and community engagement, and be nominated by their college.

About Lake Washington Institute of Technology

Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) was founded in 1949, and is the only public institute of technology in the state of Washington. LWTech offers 12 bachelor's degrees, 42 associate degrees, and 70 professional certificates in 41 areas of study, including STEM-focused programs in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.