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Jennifer Romadka is a graduating Public Policy and Administration student from Beaverton. During her
Jose Raul Magana Mendoza is an Early Childhood/Elementary Education major with a minor in English to
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We hope you enjoyed learning about some members of the class of 2020 through our grad profiles. You can read them all at today.wou.edu.
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Jennifer Romadka is one of our 2020 graduates. She graduated with a degree in Public Policy and Administration.
When asked about her experience as an Honors Program student, she said, "My experience in honors has pushed me academically, personally, and professionally in all the ways I wasn’t expecting it to. When I first started college, it was great to have a community already laid out for me through living in the Honors hall, to taking the same classes as everyone. It really helped my transition coming into WOU, and I don’t think I would have branched out and continued trying new things throughout my whole college experience without the Honors Program."
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Jose Raul Magana Mendoza is one of our 2020 graduates. He graduated with a degree in Early Childhood/Elementary Education.
When asked about his experience as a first-generation student, he said, "It has definitely helped motivate me to keep going and earn my degree, even when I felt like giving up due to a number of circumstances. I was not the best student coming out of high school and didn’t think I had a future in higher education, but I’m grateful I eventually made the move to go to college and finish, and hopefully make my family proud along the way."
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