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  • College Holds Informal Brunch for Graduates, Families

    • 06.27.2016
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    June 27, 2016 | One day before commencement exercises, the College of Health Professions celebrated graduation with an informal celebration brunch in its open areas and courtyards. Approximately 300 people, including faculty, staff, graduates as well as their family and friends, gathered for the event. Students snapped photos, chatted with friends and said goodbyes to educators […]

  • Two CHP Presentations Featured during Alumni Weekend

    • 06.27.2016
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    June 27, 2016 | Two presentations from the College of Health Professions will be featured at the UAMS Showcase on Saturday, Aug. 20, during the 2016 Alumni Weekend, which runs Aug. 19-21. Graduates of six CHP programs — Dietetics and Nutrition, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Nuclear Advanced Associate, Nuclear Medicine Imaging Sciences, Respiratory Care and Surgical Technology […]

  • Respiratory Care Program Featured in Newsletter

    • 06.20.2016
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    The Respiratory Care Program was featured in the March issue of The Coalition Chronicle, a newsletter by the Coalition for Baccalaureate and Graduate Respiratory Therapy Education, which advocates for and promotes the bachelor’s degree as the entry level for the profession of respiratory care.  Click the button below to read the article:

  • College Celebrates Graduates at Hooding Ceremony

    • 06.14.2016
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    The College of Health Professions honored its 72 graduates earning master’s and doctoral degrees at a May 19 academic hooding ceremony, held at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Faculty members from the various programs invested the graduates with the academic hoods they would wear around their shoulders at UAMS graduation on May 21. […]

  • Read the College’s Spring 2016 Newsletter

    • 05.5.2016
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  • Capstone Celebration Marks Clinical Beginning for Audiology Students

    • 04.25.2016
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  • Senior Sonography Student Receives Prestigious National Scholarship

    • 03.31.2016
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    March 31, 2016 | Beth Anderson, senior student in the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program, has been chosen as a recipient of the 2016 Alan D. Waggoner Sonographer Student Scholarship Award funded by contributions to the ASE Foundation’s 2015 Annual Appeal.  In addition to a monetary award to go towards tuition costs, Beth has also been invited to […]

  • 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 […]