Celebrating the beginning of fall, Globe University-La Crosse graduated 39 students at the 2011 Early Fall Quarter Graduation! The ceremony was held at the Onalaska High School Performing Arts Center on Thursday, September 22, 2011. Students, families, and Globe staff and faculty were in attendance to support of the graduates’ achievement!
This was Globe University-La Crosse’s fifth graduation since the school opened in October of 2009.
The following students graduated in the Early Fall 2011 Ceremony:
Business Administrative Assistant, Diploma: Casey Bollman (Waukon)
Medical Assistant, Diploma: Rhea Anderson (La Crosse), Robin Boardman (De Soto), Becky Conrad (Black River Falls), Amy Schuman (Galesville), Deborah Sura (Onalaska), Sue Vang (La Crosse).
Massage Therapy, Diploma: Julia Brown (Norwalk), Tiffany Fishel (La Crosse), Karen Johnson (Soldiers Grove).
Business Administration, Associate Degree: Karen Beck (Geona), Jaime Engstler (La Crosse), Tanya Heyroth (Onalaska), Tim Miller (Onalaska).
Criminal Justice, Associate Degree: Candida Bushman-Kinnear (La Crosse), Corey Johnson (Sparta), Amy Rucker (Tomah), Ryan Shold (Ettrick).
Massage Therapy, Associate Degree: Stacy Arnold (Bangor), Cody Bird (Holmen), Christina Thompson (La Crosse).
Medical Administrative Assistant, Associate Degree: Chelsey Wood (Onalaska).
Medical Assistant, Associate Degree: Danielle Fink (New Albin), Lou Her (La Crosse), Rhonda Hesselberg (La Crosse), Ashley Hinkel (Onalaska), Jill Inge (La Crosse), Cynthia Johnson (Onalaska), Elizabeth Klinski (Onalaska),Gary Kruse (La Crosse), Taylor Otto (Lansing), Shandra Striegel (La Crosse), Katlyn Vinson (Lansing), Shelly Ward (Onalaska).
Veterinary Technology, Associate Degree: Jessi Norby (Spring Grove), Stephanie Sweet (West Salem), Tanya Trokan (Coon Valle).
Business Administration, Bachelor Degree: Eugene Phillips (La Crosse).
Criminal Justice, Bachelor Degree: Viktoria Breen (La Crosse).
Rhonda Hesselberg, along with other graduates, is excited to be awarded with an Associate Degree in Medical Assistant. “I’ve truly enjoyed my learning experience with Globe. Following my layoff, I decided to follow my dream to work in healthcare. Globe’s small community, instructors, and welcoming atmosphere helped me succeed in my education. I’m confident that I will succeed and enjoy my future career.” Globe University congratulates Rhonda and all of our graduates!
“We’re very proud of our students,” Sarah Thompson, Director of Career Services. “We look forward to watching them grow in their career paths and within the community.” Promoting the mission of “We Care,” the university supports students throughout their education experience, in addition to providing career development guidance. Thompson added “These students are bright, community-minded, and have the skills and character necessary to succeed in the workforce.”