Koseba graduates from GVSU with honors
Caitlyn Koseba graduated Cum Laude from Grand Valley State University with a Bachelor of Science, double majoring in biology and biomedical sciences in April 2020. She has been accepted to the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine at Ohio University where she will begin this fall.
She is the daughter of Grace and Leo Koseba, sister of John Koseba of Traverse City, granddaughter of the late Catherine and Elmer Janeski, and granddaughter of the late Leo and MaryJo Koseba.
She is an Alpena High School alumni, class of 2016.
Local residents earn degrees from Western Governors Univ.
SALT LAKE CITY — The following local students earned a degree from Western Governors University (WGU). The online, nonprofit university has graduated over 190,000 students since its inception in 1997.
Brittany Mousseau of Alpena received a Bachelor of Science, Nursing.
Jada Kroll of Alpena received a Master of Arts, Mathematics Education (5-12).
Ashley Kolnowski of Ossineke received a Bachelor of Arts, Special Education.
GVSU graduates announced
More than 2,800 Grand Valley State University students graduated at the conclusion of the Winter 2020 semester in April including:
Alpena: Abigail A. Aikens, BS; Eric N. Brink, BA; Mylee E. Girard, BS; Caitlyn G. Koseba, BS; Amanda J. Oliver, BBA; Alexis E. Smith, BS; Jenna E. VanDusen, BS; Macie M. Weiland, MS; Elliott A. Zarins, BS. Glennie: Chad A. Garton, BS. Harrisville: Lauren K. Yokom, BS. Hawks: Elizabeth L. Martin, BS. Hillman: Kelsey N. Ferguson, BS. Rogers City: Jacob G. Sobeck, BS.