Milestone: Still, Turner get WGU degrees

  • Wednesday, August 19, 2020 1:30am
  • Life

Sara Turner and Evan Still of Sequim recently earned degrees from Western Governors University, an online, nonprofit university.

Turner received a master of arts degree in teaching-science education (secondary level).

Still received a bachelor of science degree in business management.

Seven Port Angeles residents earned degrees from Western Governors University: Alexander Risk (master’s degree in business administration); Cullen Uhlenkott (master’s degree in business administration-healthcare management); Danyelle Brannan (master’s degree in science-curriculum and instruction); Gary Jackson (bachelor’s degree in arts-special education); Heidi Pedersen (master’s degree of arts in teaching-science education/secondary); Nicole Perez (bachelor of arts degree in educational studies), and Sarah Teague-Schmeltz (master’s degree in science-curriculum and instruction).

In addition, three Port Townsend residents earned WGU degrees: Amanda Short (masters degree in business administration); Jeff Heistand (bachelor of science degree in business-healthcare management) and Randy Holeman (bachelor of science degree in business-healthcare management).

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