By Christine Storms, dean of education
The hard work of Globe University’s first doctoral graduates was celebrated this September as Paul Bolen and Mona Gajjar became Globe University’s first ever Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) graduates.
Chosen as one of the student speakers for the evening, Bolen shared what an incredible journey it had been, “I have taken every class in this program with Mona and I am glad we can share this night together.”
Dr. David Metzen, provost at Globe University, was the keynote speaker for the evening. Metzen remarked on the accomplishment of obtaining the doctoral degree and the dedication involved.
“These two students exemplify leaders in their field and their lifelong passion to learning,” Metzen said.
Dr. Robert Kramarczuk, graduate academic lead, congratulated the doctoral graduates as they walked across the stage, introducing them using their new titles; Dr. Paul Bolen and Dr. Mona Gajjar.
Globe University’s DBA program is designed for mid- to upper-level business leaders and managers who want to advance their positions in management by increasing their ability to lead people in a complex, multi-faceted decision-making processes.