贵州快3怎么做代理EUNICE - Seven LSU Eunice students became the first to receive pins in the university's Diagnostic Medical Sonography associate degree program. LSUE has offered a certificate in diagnostic medical sonography for several years but upgraded the program to an associate degree last year.
Receiving their pins in a ceremony on the LSUE campus Wednesday night was Beth Bearb
of Carencro, Alicee Frith of New Iberia, Lanier Hill of Opelousas, Allison Kidder
of Carencro, LeAnn Perrodin of Lake Charles, Lauren Popich of Lafayette and Katelyn
Vitte of Breaux Bridge.
The students started in the associate degree program in the Fall of 2018 and worked three semesters toward the degree.
贵州快3怎么做代理The DMS degree is one of five degree programs in the Health Sciences at LSU Eunice. The university also offers Nursing and Surgical Technology in Eunice and Lafayette, Radiologic Technology and Respiratory Care in Eunice.
贵州快3怎么做代理Receiving their pins at the LSU Eunice Diagnositic Medical Sonography Pinning Ceremony were (third from left) Allison Kidder of Carencro, Lauren Popich of Lafayette, Beth Bearb of Carencro, Katelyn Vitte of Breaux Bridge, Alicee Frith of New Iberia, LeAnn Perrodin of Lake Charles, and Lanier Hill of Opelousas. Pictured with the class are (at left) Kristie Leger, DMS clincial coordinator; Ella Whitney, DMS program director and (at right) LSUE Chancellor Nancee Sorenson.