Seven Dominican students receive their bachelorate’ and masters’ degrees MSU
Gizelle Simpson, Shana Desire, Dale Joseph, Nesia Augustine, Jehan Monelle, Samara Mcintyre and Deana Evans are the seven Dominicans who earned their bachelorate and masters’ degrees at the Midwestern State University, in the United State of America.
Gizelle Simpson, a former teacher in Dominica, earned a master’s degree in biology after she previously earned her bachelor’s degree from the university three years ago.
Shana Desire was recognized for having completed her BBA in finance in just two and a half years and Dale Joseph earned a BBA in accounting in three years, both well ahead of schedule.
Samara Mcintyre graduated with honors with a BS in biology and chemistry minor, with Nesia Augustine and Jehan Monelle earning a BBA in accounting and management information systems, respectively.
Meanwhile, Deana Evans earned the BSN in nursing.
Over one hundred and sixty Dominican students have earned degrees from Midwestern since 1995 and seventy-three students are currently enrolled, making it the largest contingent from the Caribbean.
Fifteen new students from Dominica will be accepted to Midwestern State University in August 2011, and will be part of the almost one thousand who have been recruited in the seventeen year history of the program.
The Government of Dominica provides support to individual students and to the program in general.