Monthly Archives: February 2017

Meet our Student – Jeremiah Okebukola

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Jeremiah Okebukola
Ibadan Nigeria

       Jeremiah has an undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering from “LAUTECH” Nigeria. He served at the National Universities Commission, a regulating body for Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria before starting his graduate study at Fort Hays State University. He is currently in his 2nd year of the MBA program concentrating on Management Information Systems. He is the Research Assistant at the Institute for New Media Studies. Upon completion of his master’s program, Jeremiah hopes to write the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification exam and pursue a Ph. D in Information Systems.

         The MBA program at FHSU is a very challenging but accommodating program. The faculty members are good at what they do, they are always there to help and point you in the right direction. The Advisor “Rachel” also does an awesome work, she treats every case and request with passion and accelerated alacrity. The areas of concentrations available in the FHSU MBA program are broad and very relevant to the business world of today. There’s a variety to choose from in almost every field ranging from accounting, INT, MIS, Healthcare etc.

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Meet our students – Heida Halldorsdottir

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                                               Heida Halldorsdottir
Roswell, Georgia since immigrating from Iceland to the US in 2005.

Figurative sculptor. Co-Founder of Cowgirl Studios in Alpharetta, Georgia. Figurative sculpture teacher at Clay-West Art Center of the City of Roswell, Georgia. Full-time ceramics graduate student at FHSU.

I am an artist; it took me a long time to be able to say that, but now I feel like I am. My first degree was in biology, but art was always calling me, so I went back to school and got my degree in art teaching. After that, I taught for few years and worked in the medical field in marketing. After I had moved to the US, I had the opportunity to become a full-time studio artist. However, I always felt like I needed more education and a group of friends that share my love for the medium. My work is about my native country, my belief in the hidden world and the soul world. I enrolled in this program as it was one of the few online programs in ceramics. I appreciate being able to work when I have free time, and I needed to be able to manage my time between school, work, my studio and my family. I like being able to manage my time and I also love meeting my teachers and my fellow graduate student that are doing different things than what I am doing. In this program, I have met people that love the “dirt” as much as I do. I am excited to see where they will fly in the future. After I started the program, I am applying to more shows, and pushing my work further. My professional life is more structured, helping me become a better artist.

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