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Five Health Professions students named to Mizzou 18 and Mizzou ’39



March 7, 2022

Congratulations to the five School of Health Professions students who were named to Mizzou 18 and Mizzou ’39 last week! Each year 18 graduate students and 39 seniors are honored for their outstanding achievements, academic success and contributions to Mizzou and the Columbia community.

Mizzou 18

Bridget Rennard
MHS in Speech-Language Pathology

Mark Bremer
Master of Public Health

Bridget listed Beth Kelley, associate professor, Speech, Language Hearing Sciences, as her mentor. “Bridget is outstanding and I’m delighted that she is being recognized with this honor.” Beth said. “Not only has Bridget excelled in all areas of her graduate program, balancing rigorous academic coursework and time-intensive clinical experiences, but she has played an important role as a leader and mentor to her peers as well as pursued an innovative, independent research project. In my opinion, it is the mark of a truly exceptional student who not only takes advantage of available learning opportunities, but actively seeks out additional ways to learn and develop. Bridget is an asset to our program and our field. I can’t wait to see what she accomplishes next!”

Mizzou ’39

Emma Perry
BHS in Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences

Dylan Hood
Health Sciences, Pre-professional

Hunter Puckett
Health Sciences, Pre-professional

Cheri Ghan, student recruitment coordinator, is the mentor for both Dylan and Hunter. Cheri said: “This ambassador team is so talented and Dylan and Hunter represent the whole group so well. They are what I see in my mind when I think excellence in the classroom, in service, and in leadership.”


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Elizabeth Kelley

Elizabeth Kelley

Director of Graduate Studies and Associate Professor

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Cheri Ghan

Coordinator of Recruitment