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Health professions students advance to graduate schools

April 20, 2016

Anne Marie King of Lincoln, Neb., was recognized at the annual Health Professions banquet. She will enroll in the Clinical Laboratory Science program at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. (Tena L. Cook/Chadron State College) Anne Marie King of Lincoln, Neb., was recognized at the annual Health Professions banquet. She will enroll in the Clinical Laboratory Science program at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. (Tena L. Cook/Chadron State College)
Chancy Miller of Clarks, Neb., a pre-dentistry Rural Health Opportunities student, was recognized during the annual Health Professions banquet. She will attend the University of Nebraska Medical Center in the fall. (Tena L. Cook/Chadron State College) Chancy Miller of Clarks, Neb., a pre-dentistry Rural Health Opportunities student, was recognized during the annual Health Professions banquet. She will attend the University of Nebraska Medical Center in the fall. (Tena L. Cook/Chadron State College)
Pre-medicine Rural Health Opportunities students, recognized at the annual Health Professions banquet. From left, Brent Bussinger of Kimball, Neb., Jaycee Housh of Hay Springs, Neb., and Garrett Westman of Gurley, Neb. They will enroll at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha this fall. (Tena L. Cook/Chadron State College) Pre-medicine Rural Health Opportunities students, recognized at the annual Health Professions banquet. From left, Brent Bussinger of Kimball, Neb., Jaycee Housh of Hay Springs, Neb., and Garrett Westman of Gurley, Neb. They will enroll at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha this fall. (Tena L. Cook/Chadron State College)
Pre-nursing students recognized during the annual Health Professions banquet.  From left, Brandi Bailey of Lakeside, Neb., Katlin Brown of Pickrell, Neb., Haley Curry of Ericson, Neb., Rebekah Mallory of Mullen, Neb., and Rylee Schnell of Alliance, Neb.  (Tena L. Cook/Chadron State College) Pre-nursing students recognized during the annual Health Professions banquet. From left, Brandi Bailey of Lakeside, Neb., Katlin Brown of Pickrell, Neb., Haley Curry of Ericson, Neb., Rebekah Mallory of Mullen, Neb., and Rylee Schnell of Alliance, Neb. (Tena L. Cook/Chadron State College)
Leah Uhlir of Sidney, Neb., was among students recognized at the annual Health Professions banquet. She has been accepted to the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Physical Therapy. (Tena L. Cook/Chadron State College) Leah Uhlir of Sidney, Neb., was among students recognized at the annual Health Professions banquet. She has been accepted to the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Physical Therapy. (Tena L. Cook/Chadron State College)
Dallas Shaw of Buffalo, Wyo., was among the CSC students accepted to veterinary school who were acknowledged at the annual Health Professions banquet. She has been accepted to Washington State University. Not pictured: Amber Christianson of Lusk, Wyo., and Brittany Senecal of Aurora, Colo. (Tena L. Cook/Chadron State College) Dallas Shaw of Buffalo, Wyo., was among the CSC students accepted to veterinary school who were acknowledged at the annual Health Professions banquet. She has been accepted to Washington State University. Not pictured: Amber Christianson of Lusk, Wyo., and Brittany Senecal of Aurora, Colo. (Tena L. Cook/Chadron State College)

CHADRON – Health Professions students advancing from Chadron State College to professional schools were honored at the annual Health Professions banquet Thursday.

Kristal Kuhnel, director of Health Professions, congratulated the students on their accomplishments and wished them well in their future endeavors.

CSC alumni Dr. Andrew Leider and Dr. Abby Grosse-Rhode, both of Alliance, Nebraska, spoke to the group about what to expect in graduate school and in health professions careers.

Karen Pope, Director of Alumni and Development, presented each of the advancing students with a gift from the Alumni Association and the Student Alumni Council.

Outgoing and incoming officers of the Health Professions Club were also recognized.

Rural Health Opportunities Program students advancing to the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC):

Dentistry

Chancy Miller of Clarks, Neb.

Medicine

Brent Bussinger of Kimball, Neb.

Jaycee Housh of Hay Springs, Neb.

Garrett Westman of Gurley, Neb.

Nursing

Brandi Bailey of Lakeside, Neb.

Haley Curry of Ericson, Neb.

Rebekah Mallory of Mullen, Neb.

Rylee Schnell of Alliance, Neb.

Physical Therapy

Leah Uhlir of Sidney, Neb.

Traditional Pre-professional students advancing to graduate schools:

Clinical Lab Science

Anna Marie King of Lincoln, Neb., UNMC

Nursing

Katlin Brown of Pickrell, Neb., UNMC

Veterinary Medicine

Amber Christianson of Lusk, Wyo., Washington State University

Brittany Senecal of Aurora, Colo., University of Illinois

Dallas Shaw of Buffalo, Wyo., Washington State University

—CSC College Relations

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