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UMFlint-Nigerian tDPT Class of 2014 Graduation Ceremony

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Date 02.01.2015
Length 4 Minutes 47 Seconds
Author NPN
Description Sunday, December 14, 2014 - Flint, MI, USA: The Class of 2014 cohort of Nigerian Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy (tDPT) students graduated with their DPT during the commencement ceremony of the University of Michigan-Flint (UMFlint), Flint Michigan, USA. Please join us in congratulating the Nigerian DPT Class of 2014 physiotherapists: Dr. Fyne S. Achugbue Dr. Valentine Agugo Dr. Nnamdi C. Eze Dr. Ifeanyi Iwuchukwu Dr. Happiness N. Kalu Dr. David K. Ogini Dr Ogini was unable to make it to the commencement ceremony. They were joined in the celebration by family and friends.
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