The College of Public Health and Human Sciences is extremely proud of you. It’s been an honor to see you shine at OSU.
We want to take this time to recognize you and your hard-earned accomplishments.
We also recognize that our celebration is occurring in a society experiencing separation, outrage and sadness. We know you will be the catalyst for essential change and necessary healing.
We commit to joining you in building community, both locally and globally, where equity-minded decision-making informs safety, health, well-being, and justice.
Javier is an undergraduate student studying kinesiology and will graduate in June. He plans to remain a Beaver and will pursue his master’s degree in physical education this fall.
Jordan will graduate with a bachelor's degree in public health – health promotion and health behavior this spring.
Mike will graduate with his bachelor’s degree in kinesiology this June. His undergraduate research is motivating him to pursue a master’s degree in kinesiology this fall.
Human Development and Family Sciences
Ashley is graduating with a BS in Human Development and Family Sciences this June. She will start a master of counseling – school counseling program at Idaho State University this fall.
Trent is an undergraduate student studying nutrition and health sciences and will celebrate his graduation this spring. He’s currently applying to medical schools.
Silvia is graduating with a BS in Public Health – Health Management and Policy. Her public health background is putting her on track to achieve her goal of becoming a physician assistant.
Master of Public Health
Nate Capener, MPH ’22, is set to begin a prestigious Presidential Management Fellows Program. Although he’ll be working at the highest levels of government, he says it’s equally important for public health practitioners to work in communities of every size.