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Megan Leigh O’Neal joins Tharp Planning Group in Dallas |

Categories: 2010s | College of Arts and Sciences | Featured | Professional or career event

Megan O'Neal '10

Megan O’Neal ’10

Megan Leigh O’Neal graduated from WSU in December 2010 with a BA in Political Science. She earned her masters degree in City & Regional Planning – MCRP from the University of Texas at Arlington in May 2013 and was hired as the associate planner for the city of North Bend, Washington. In July 2014, Megan joined the Tharp Planning Group headquartered in Dallas, Texas.

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Destiny Johnson graduating from WSU nursing program |

Categories: 2010s | Featured | Graduation

 From Tiffany Christianson ’09:

I am a 2009 WSU alumna from the masters program for Family Nurse Practitioners. This is my little sister Destiny who followed in her big sister’s footsteps and is graduating this December! She is so beautiful and successful at everything she sets her mind to!  Her name is Destiny Johnson class of 2014 WSU Nursing BSN program.

Tiffany Christianson, MN, FNP-C
Hospitalist for IPC at Holy Family Hospital in Spokane, WA (Graduated in 2003 with my BSN and 2009 with my MN as a FNP)

Destiny Johnson '14

 

Destiny Johnson '14

Destiny Johnson '14

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Promoted to User Interface Developer |

Categories: 2000s

I now work as a User Interface Developer at Wolfram Research, Inc. in Urbana-Champaign, Illinois.

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Stephan Hall ’98 Starts his own Printing Business in Seattle |

Categories: Award or honor

Stephan Hall ’98 started his own printing business, Columbia Label Division in Seattle. Columbia Label Division is the first rotary flexographic printing facility for wine and food labels in South East Washington including the Columbia Valley, Yakima Valley, and Walla Walla. Hall also has approximately 300 wineries within hours of Seattle and contributed to the WSU Wine Science Center as well. Hall graduated from the MBA program at WSU in 1998.

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Algerian Hart Was Honored Over the Summer with the 2014 COEHS Excellence Awards |

Categories: 1990s | Featured

2014 COEHS Excellence in Internationalizing the Campus Award
Prior to coming to Western in 2011, Hart served as the director of diversity research and educational resources in the University of Las Vegas Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion. At WIU, Hart has a dual appointment in the kinesiology and recreation, park and tourism administration (RPTA) departments. According to Department of Kinesiology Chair Janet Wigglesworth, since Hart has been a full-time faculty member in the kinesiology department and coordinator of that department’s sport management master’s degree program, he has “added an international element to both the department and the degree program in which he teaches. In her nomination letter, Wigglesworth wrote: “To expose his students to the global sport arena, he…attended and presented at five international conferences [in 2011, 2012 and 2013]. In addition to Dr. Hart’s presentations at these conferences, he also traveled to some of [them] with WIU sport management graduate students to provide them with valuable experience not only as attendees of the conferences but also as presenters. One cannot measure the impact that international experience has on these students, but their comments upon returning to WIU were valuable to all the students as they shared their stories,” she said.

Hart earned his doctorate in educational administration and leadership from Washington State University (WSU) in 2004; his master’s degree in recreation administration and leisure studies from WSU in 1997; and his bachelor’s degree in sociology from California State University Long Beach in 1994.

http://www.wiu.edu/news/newsrelease.php?release_id=11934

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