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  • Doc Student Selected for Research Mentoring Program

    • 03.8.2016
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    March 8, 2016 | Sarah Kennett, student in our Communication Sciences and Disorder Ph.D. program, has been selected from a competitive pool to participate in the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) 2016 Pathways Program. The program is part of ASHA’s Research Mentoring Network, whose purpose is to foster the “development of researchers in communication sciences and […]

  • College of Health Professions Faculty Accolades – December 2015

    • 12.17.2015
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    Here are recent achievements by members of the College of Health Professions faculty. Jennifer Vincenzo, Ph.D., M.P.H., an assistant professor in the Department of Physical Therapy, was selected in November for a 2016 fellowship for junior faculty by the Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program administered by the Donald W. Reynolds Institute on Aging. The fellowship program […]

  • College Celebrates 2015 Scholarship Recipients, Donors

    • 12.4.2015
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    December 4, 2015 | The College of Health Professions awarded more than $52,000 in scholarships for 2015-2016, a record amount for the college. The college celebrated its scholars, its growing number of scholarships and scholarship donors at its annual scholarship reception on Nov. 5. Thirty-nine students representing many of the college’s academic programs received 46 […]

  • College Honors Faculty Excellence in Teaching, Research and Service

    • 12.4.2015
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    December 4, 2015 | The College of Health Professions recently honored three faculty members for excellence, with its annual Faculty Excellence Awards. Tiffany Lepard-Tassin, M.S., a board-certified genetic counselor and assistant professor in the Department of Genetic Counseling, received the award for Excellence in Service. Her research interest in arterial tortuosity syndrome, a rare autosomal […]

  • CHP Students and Alumni Accomplish Great Things

    • 12.2.2015
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    CHP alumnus selected for national post – Aaron Scott, alumnus of the College of Health Profession’s Nuclear Medicine Advanced Associate program (NMAA), was selected this summer to be the 2015-2016 president of the Technologist Section of the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI).  He is an NMAA at Piedmont Healthcare System in Fayetteville, […]

  • Jines Named Director of UAMS Center for Dental Education

    • 11.30.2015
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  • First Physical Therapy Students Begin Classes

    • 08.27.2015
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  • College of Health Professions Highlights Faculty Work, Collaborations

    • 08.21.2015
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    Aug. 21, 2015 | Faculty members in the College of Health Professions gathered Aug. 6 for the college’s first Faculty Showcase, an event designed to spark more collegiality and collaboration. A keynote speaker touting leadership and seizing opportunity complemented two poster sessions featuring research by faculty members. Twenty-four posters featured work from faculty investigators across […]

  • UAMS Welcomes First Dental Residents

    • 08.17.2015
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  • First Three Graduate UAMS’ EMS Bachelor’s Degree Program

    • 07.20.2015
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    July 20, 2015 | Fort Smith paramedic Miranda Hagans says the opportunity to further her education led to pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Emergency Medical Sciences at UAMS. After recently becoming one of the first three graduates of the degree program in the College of Health Professions program, she now sees how the additional skills will allow her to better serve […]