The BGSU Family Celebrates Commencement

BGSU congratulates its employees and their families on completing their degrees. We are a true learning community!

Brittany Scott (right), an employee in the Office of Admissions, received a Master of Education in Special Education. Her husband, Corey, a military veteran, will graduate in August with a Bachelor of Science in Technology degree.

Office of Admissions colleagues (left to right) Erin Heilmeier, Master of Education in Learning Design; Cristina Wayton, former admissions employee (currently an employee at Cleveland State University), Master of Education in Learning Design; and Brittany Scott, Master of Education in Special Education

Erin Heilmeier, Associate Director of Admissions, Master of Education in Learning Design, and her husband, Eric '07.

The Artz family celebrated a double commencement. Older daughter Allison '15 ((center) earned a bachelor of science degree in business administration with a specialization in finance. Her mother, Sundae '15 (second from left), a registered nurse at ProMedica St. Luke’s Hospital, received a degree in learning design through the College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering. Celebrating with them were son and future Falcon Kyle '18 (left); father, Jeff, creative director in the Office of Marketing and Communications (second from right), and younger daughter Kaitlyn (far right).

Deborah Hendricks, an academic adviser in the College of Health and Human Services (left), with her son Craig, a tourism, leisure and event planning major in the College of Education and Human Development. Sharing the joy are (left to right) Craig's  girlfriend, Alicia Schifferly, and brother Zachary, who will start his sophomore year at BGSU in the fall.

Andrew Carden, the son of Deborah Carden, senior secretary in Academic and Student Services at BGSU Firelands, received bachelor's in degree in geography from the College of Arts and Sciences.

Abigail Nachtman with her parents, Ken and Lori, a baker in dining services. Abigail received a bachelor of science degree in education.

May graduate Max Beattie (center) received a bachelor of science in chemistry with a specialization in biochemistry. He and his sisters Hallie and Molly (left and right) are the children of  Kathy and Dan Beattie. Kathy is a secretary in the School of Family and Consumer Sciences.

Updated: 12/02/2017 12:46AM