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Hill House Students

 

Usonawanne Nwosu

Usonawanne Nwosu (Uso) is a second year Hill House graduate student earning her degree from the College of Health and Human Services in Public Health. Uso is originally from Nigeria and seeks to earn her Ph.D in Public Health after graduating from WKU.

 

Jasmine White

Jasmine White is a first year Hill House graduate student earning her degree from the College of Health and Human Services in SocialWork. Jasmine, is originally from Memphis, TN and attended Austin Peay State University earning a BSW prior to coming to WKU. Jasmine is in the one-year accelerated graduate program for Social Work and plans to seek a second master's degree in Leadership upon the completion of her program.

 

Jessica Bertram

Jessica Bertram is also a first year Hill House graduate student earning her degree from the College of Health and Human Services in Social Work as well. Jessica is originally from Floyds Knobs, Indiana and earned her undergraduate degree in Social Work from WKU. Jessica is in the two year program and upon graduation hopes to work in International Social Work as well as teach at the collegiate level.

 

Kristina Gamble

Kristina Gamble is a first year Hill House graduate student earning her degree from the Potter College of Arts and Letters in Sociology. Kristina is originally from Franklin, KY and she received her undergraduate degree from WKU in Sociology and Criminology. Kristina is in the two year master's program and plans to pursue her Ph.D in Sociology so that she can teach at the collegiate level.

 Last Modified 4/1/14