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Healthy showing at HOSA conference

Members of GCU’s chapter of Arizona HOSA attended the recent HOSA International Leadership Conference in Dallas. From left are Amanda Seawright, Jared Taillon, Camden Bole, advisor Dr. Mark Wireman, Cheney Huls, Zack Merhavy, Reba Adams and HOSA state officer for 2017-18 Marissa Bower.

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The GCU chapter was recognized as the largest collegiate chapter.

GCU students who are members of Arizona HOSA-Future Health Professionals (formerly the Health Occupations Students of America) were recognized at the recent HOSA International Leadership Conference in Dallas.

Zack Merhavy and Cheney Huls received a first-place award in the category of Medical Innovation-Original. The chapter was recognized for being the largest post-secondary/collegiate chapter internationally and was also named Outstanding HOSA Chapter. Dr. Mark Wireman, assistant

The group also was named Outstanding HOSA Chapter.

professor in the College of Science, Engineering and Technology, received the Outstanding HOSA Advisor award.

Attending this year’s conference were Huls, Merhavy, Amanda Seawright, Camden Bole, Jared Taillon and Reba Adams.

 

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