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ATSU-CGHS honors graduates at 2024 commencement ceremony

A.T. Still University’s College of Graduate Health Studies (ATSU-CGHS) honored the class of 2024 on Friday, May 24, with a commencement ceremony at the Mesa Arts Center in Mesa, Arizona.

One graduate earned a master of education in health professions (MEd) degree, six earned master of health administration (MHA) degrees, seven earned master of health sciences (MHSc) degrees, 82 earned master of public health (MPH) degrees, 33 earned master of science in kinesiology (MSK) degrees, 36 earned doctor of education in health professions (EdD) degrees, 12 earned doctor of health administration (DHA) degrees, 63 earned doctor of health sciences (DHSc) degrees, and three earned doctor of nursing practice degrees (DNP)

Alan Morgan, MPA, chief executive officer, National Rural Health Association, member, Board of Trustees, presented the commencement address. ATSU-CGHS Dean Marisa Hastie, EdD, MS, ACSM EP-C, PN-1, FACSM, and Norman Gevitz, PhD, senior vice president, academic affairs, also addressed graduates. 

ATSU President Craig Phelps, DO, ’84, delivered closing remarks.

Watch the full commencement ceremony here.


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