Milestone: Local residents earn WGU degrees

  • Wednesday, November 13, 2019 1:30am
  • Life

Three Sequim residents and seven from Port Angeles recently earned degrees from Western Governors University, and online nonprofit university that held commencement ceremonies in Seattle, Anaheim, Calif., Salt Lake City and Cincinnati, Ohio, this spring and summer. See for more about the university.

Sequim residents earning degrees included: Haleigh Harrison, a master’s degree of business administration; John Lynch, a bachelor’s of science degree in nursing, and Chelsea Reichner, a master’s of science degree in curriculum and instruction degree.

Port Angeles residents earning degrees included: Janet Brittingham, a bachelor’s of science degree in nursing; Robin Burse, a master’s of science degree in nursing leadership and management; Justin Peavey, a bachelor of science degree in software development degree; Sarah Pierce, a bachelor’s of science degree in nursing; Lauren Powell, a master’s of science degree in curriculum and instruction degree;

Lora Rudzinski, a master’s of arts degree in mathematics education (grades K-6), and Carrie Thompson, a bachelor’s of science degree in nursing.

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