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ATSU-CGHS celebrates 13th commencement ceremony

June 5, 2015
Posted In: Alumni Headlines, CGHS, University Headlines

A.T. Still University’s College of Graduate Health Studies (ATSU-CGHS) celebrated its 13th commencement ceremony held today at the Mesa Arts Center.

The 2015 graduating class was comprised of 241 candidates from the College’s five programs: Master of Health Administration, Master of Science in Kinesiology, Master of Public Health, Doctor of Health Education, and Doctor of Health Sciences.

Robert W. Uhl, ATSU Board of Trustee member, welcomed and imparted words of encouragement to graduates.

“The graduates of the College of Graduate Health Studies, who are and will become the leaders of healthcare management, go forth today with a special responsibility: To manage and direct our nation’s healthcare system with the strong tenants of osteopathic medicine in mind.”

Randy D. Danielsen, PhD, PA-C, DFAAPA, dean of ATSU’s Arizona School of Health Sciences, gave the keynote address saluting graduates with an endearing, heartfelt speech.

In 1999, ATSU-CGHS began educating and preparing current and future health professionals for management positions in a variety of healthcare settings. The College’s goal is to provide comprehensive and relevant health studies instruction through high quality, innovative online education. (Photos: Corporate and Commercial Photography by Mark Skalny)

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