The College of Health Professions prepares students for careers in the healthcare field. Through its professional, technical, clinical and academic programs, the college serves as an advocate for change and improvement in the field of healthcare services. The college also serves as a catalyst to expand and improve public perceptions of healthcare in the community.
Each year, one outstanding graduate and doctoral student from the Graduate College is selected to represent the College of Health Professions. This year, based upon their outstanding accomplishments, Darcy Argueta was selected as the graduate student from the School of Health Administration, and Melissa Kaplan was selected as the doctoral student from the Department of Physical Therapy.
…to Ms. Marylyn Kajs-Wyllie of St. David’s School of Nursing
on her selection as a recipient of Texas State University’s second annual
Award for Excellence in Online Teaching.
Congratulations to the School of Health Administration on being named one of the 50 Most Innovative University Healthcare Administrative Departments by the Top Masters in Healthcare Administration website.
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College of Health Professions’ Radiation Therapy students had another successful outreach event. They are on a mission to get more people registered on the national registry for bone marrow donors.
Ms. Jackie Moczygemba, Chair and Associate Professor for the Department of Health Information Management, was selected from among distinguished nominees statewide to receive the TEXAAN Faculty Advisor Recognition Award, presented by the Texas Academic Advising Network.
Dr. Ruth Welborn presents Dr. Farzan Irani with a plaque in recognition of his presentation, Finding Your Voice: A Comprehensive Stuttering Therapy Program, at the 1st Annual Dean's Seminar.
David M. Falleur Scholarship-Megan Taylor, Health Administration
Paul & Lois Blaney Scholarship-Katelin Pritchett, School of Nursing