October 16, 2018
Shawnee State University Development Foundation (SSUDF) is pleased to receive a generous gift from the Sikora Family Dentistry in support of SSU’s Dental Hygiene program.
Dr. Christine Sikora and her husband, Dr. William Sikora, have committed to $5,000 for over five years to the Dental Hygiene program. Funds will make it possible for students in the program to use towards patient fees, clinical fees, as well as travel costs for conferences.
Dr. Christine Sikora is originally from a small southeastern town near Gallipolis, Ohio. She attended SSU and graduated in 1985 with a degree in dental hygiene. She worked as a dental hygienist in Richmond, KY after graduation, then went back to school to pursue a dental degree. Dr. Christine Sikora is a 1991 graduate of The Ohio State University College of Dentistry. She worked at her own practice for ten years in the Dayton, Ohio area before joining the Sikora Family Dentistry in North Olmsted.
To learn more about SSU’s Dental Hygiene program, please contact Tammy Grigson, Academic Administrative Assistant I of Health Sciences, at (740) 351-3236 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To make your own gift in support of Shawnee State University, please contact the Shawnee State Development Foundation at (740) 351-3284 or go to givetossu.com.