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RMCOEH honors 2024 graduating class


Last month, the Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health (RMCOEH) proudly celebrated the exceptional dedication and perseverance of its graduating cohort. As the academic year came to a close, the center honored the accomplishments of these graduates, recognizing the significant milestones they achieved in their academic and professional journeys.

Dr. Kurt Hegmann, professor and center director of RMCOEH, expressed his pride and excitement for the graduating class. "I am immensely proud of the dedication and hard work demonstrated by our graduates. Their commitment to advancing knowledge and improving workplace safety and health is truly commendable. I have no doubt that they will make significant contributions to their respective fields and continue to uphold the values of excellence and integrity instilled by RMCOEH."

Among the distinguished graduates are:
PhD in Mechanical Engineering
Michael Sieverts - Ergonomics & Safety

PhD in Occupational and Environmental Health
Thomas Dominguez - Industrial Hygiene

Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Katrina Cernucan - Targeted Research Training OB

Master of Occupational Health
Shaunna Bingham - Industrial Hygiene
Matthew Compton - Occupational Medicine
Jeff Hicken - Industrial Hygiene
Nicole Hughes - Occupational Medicine
Patom Lerslerphant - Industrial Hygiene
Heather Macalma - Occupational Medicine

Master of Science in Occupational Health
Karly Anderson - Industrial Hygiene
Zachary Barrett - Industrial Hygiene
Nathaniel Baxter - Industrial Hygiene
Jenny Echeverria - Occupational Injury Prevention
Clayton Garner - Industrial Hygiene
Tori Joy - Occupational Injury Prevention
Jacob Overfelt - Occupational Injury Prevention
Ian Penner - Industrial Hygiene
Lucas Pettit - Industrial Hygiene
Emma Montague - Industrial Hygiene

Occupational Health Nursing Graduate Certificate
Amanda Pullin
Jennie Perkins
Rebecca Ives

These graduates represent the future leaders and innovators in occupational and environmental health. Their knowledge, skills, and passion for making workplaces safer and healthier will undoubtedly have a lasting impact on society. As they embark on the next chapter of their careers, we extend our heartfelt congratulations and best wishes for their continued success.

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