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  • Meet Joanna Murphy in our Diagnostic Medical Sonography program

    • 10.12.2017
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    Meet Joanna Murphy in our Diagnostic Medical Sonography program in the Department of Imaging and Radiation Sciences. She is our featured Student Highlight #UAMSCHP My name is Joanna Murphy. I am originally from a little town in Iowa called Algona, but I have lived in Little Rock for the last 3 years. I have always known that I […]

  • Meet Shanario Whitfield in our UAMS Cytotechnology Program

    • 09.27.2017
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    Meet Shanario Whitfield in our UAMS Cytotechnology Program in the UAMS Department of Laboratory Sciences. He is our featured Student Highlight #UAMSCHP My name is Shanario Whitfield I am from Nassau, Bahamas. By profession I am a Medical Technologist, with extensive experience in Medical Microbiology. One day I discovered an opening for a Cytotechnologist position at the Princess Margaret […]

  • 65-Year-Old Graduate Embarks on New Career

    • 08.17.2017
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    Virginia Kathaleen “Kathy” Wills isn’t your typical UAMS graduate. The College of Health Professions student earned her bachelor of science in health information administration in fall 2016 and celebrated that achievement during commencement in May 2017. At 65, Wills was the oldest UAMS graduate this year, according to the registrar’s office. So at a time […]

  • College Honors 83 Graduates at Hooding Ceremony

    • 08.17.2017
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    The College of Health Professions (CHP) recognized its 83 graduates earning master’s and doctoral degrees at a May 19 hooding ceremony. Faculty members from various programs invested the graduates with the academic hoods they would wear around their shoulders at UAMS graduation on May 20. CHP Dean Douglas L. Murphy explained the origins of the […]

  • Graduates Enjoy Celebratory Commencement Brunch

    • 07.18.2017
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    One day before commencement exercises, College of Health Professions graduates gathered with their family and friends to enjoy a brunch in the college’s open areas and courtyards. Approximately 350 people attended the May 19 celebration, held just hours before the college’s hooding ceremony. “We think it is important to hold the brunch because it allows […]

  • Speakers Urge PA Students to Remember True Meaning of White Coat

    • 07.18.2017
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  • Sonography Student, George Platt, Honored with National Scholarship

    • 03.15.2017
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    George Platt, senior student in the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program, has been chosen as a recipient of the 2017 Alan D. Waggoner Sonographer Student Scholarship Award funded by contributions to the ASE Foundation’s 2016 Annual Appeal. In addition to a monetary award to go towards tuition costs, George has also been invited to attend ASE’s […]

  • CHP Honors Scholarship Recipients, Donors at Reception

    • 12.20.2016
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  • Courtyard Cookout Gives Students a Needed Break

    • 11.18.2016
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    College of Health Professions students, faculty and staff gathered to feast on burgers and play games during the Courtyard Cookout on Oct. 17. About 275 people, including more than 215 students, attended the two-hour event that featured balloon races, Walla Balla and a rope escape. Participants could also belt out their favorite tunes Karaoke-style, enjoy […]

  • Department of Dietetics and Nutrition Hosting Open House

    • 10.27.2016
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