|Graduates: Neufeld earns D.O. degree (07-06-13)|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 06 July 2013 06:10|
Kelsey Neufeld, D.O., of Bowling Green, has completed the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) degree at the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine of Midwestern University. An official graduation ceremony and conferring of degrees took place on the Midwestern University campus in Glendale, Ariz., on May 30.
Neufeld is the daughter of Bowling Green residents Ron and Sue Neufeld. She graduated from Bowling Green High School in 2001, and earned a bachelor of science degree in psychology from Ohio State University in 2005.
While at Midwestern, she served on numerous national boards and councils within the American Osteopathic Association, including serving as National Director of Research and Development. She also received the A.T. Still National Scholarship for her ongoing commitment to utilizing osteopathic manipulation techniques during the clinical years of medical school.
After graduation from Midwestern she plans to complete a Traditional Rotating Internship at Mercy St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center, Toledo, and then an advanced residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Loyola University, Chicago.
Alma-Lynn Dupont, a 2008 graduate of Bowling Green High School, graduated in May from Simmons College in Boston with a bachelor's degree in communications with a concentration in graphic design and a bachelor of arts degree in studio art. She received the Communications Department's graphic design award and was honored as a scholar athlete for soccer. She is the daughter of Linda Brown and David Dupont, Bowling Green.
University of Findlay
Approximately 937 degrees were awarded from the University of Findlay during spring commencement ceremonies.
These were the Wood County students:
Megan Limes, Bowling Green, bachelor of science in adolescent/young adult integrated mathematics pure mathematics, cum laude
Samantha Shaffer, Cygnet, bachelor of science in animal science
Julie Boucher, Jerry City, master of occupational therapy
Ashton Brown, Pemberville, bachelor of science in adolescent/young adult integrated mathematics ¬≠pure mathematics.
Brooke Gottfried, Pemberville, bachelor of science in pre-physical therapy, cum laude
Justin Rodriguez, Pemberville, bachelor of science in forensic science, magna cum laude
Kenneth Lehman, Portage, bachelor of science in marketing
Kayla Reynolds, Wayne, doctor of physical therapy
Danielle Bunde, Perrysburg, bachelor of science in pre-veterinary medicine/biology
Brandon Butler, Perrysburg, bachelor of science in strength and conditioning/physical education
Katherine Davis, Perrysburg, bachelor or science in equestrian studies/equine business management
Jessica Haney, Perrysburg, doctor of physical therapy
Angela Szombati Meyers, Perrysburg, master of occupational therapy
Philip Reddick, Perrysburg, bachelor of arts in criminal justice administration, cum laude
Peter Samberg II, Perrysburg, doctor of pharmacy
Blake Schmenk, Perrysburg, bachelor of science in strength and conditioning/AA personal training
Shannon Standish, Perrysburg, bachelor of science in nuclear medicine technology, cum laude
Jessica Swihart, Perrysburg, bachelor of science in animal science
Angela Pickerel-Witker, Perrysburg, master of arts in liberal studies
Christophre Zmudzinski, Perrysburg, master of occupational therapy
Tiffany Baum, Weston, doctor of pharmacy
Julie Muchiarone, Weston, master of occupational therapy
Alexander Betts, Bloomdale, bachelor of science in computer science
Emily Curtis, Bloomdale, bachelor of science in human resource management, cum laude
Jessica Fisher, Bloomdale, bachelor of science in business management, magna cum laude
Andrew Lee, Bloomdale, bachelor of science in computer science
Hannah Wilkinson, North Baltimore, bachelor of art in art management
Ohio Wesleyan University
Ohio Wesleyan University held its 169th commencement ceremony in May.
Local graduates included Caitlyn Buzza of Walbridge. Buzza earned a bachelor of arts degree.
Ohio Christian University
Jody Miller, of Bowling Green, graduated from Ohio Christian University with a associate of arts in business management.
The university is located in Circleville.
Walsh University in North Canton honored its 2013 spring graduates during the commencement ceremony in April.
The following local residents were among the more than 630 graduates who were honored: David Eaton, of Pemberville, graduated with a bachelor of science/bachelor of arts degree; Kayleigh Rygalski, of Northwood, graduated with a bachelor of science degree.
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