College of Allied Health Professions

Recruiting for the Class of 2030: Part I

Kevin McGuire, MLS(ASCP), shows extracted DNA to Nicholas and Hilary Higgins on tour of the CLS student laboratory.

Which grandma can say she has her grandson’s (and daughter’s) DNA at home in the freezer? This one! It’s a different sort of holiday story. My eight-year-old grandson, Nick, wanted math or science stuff this past Christmas, so we blinded him with science. We fulfilled his digital wish list of flash cards, experiment sets, a microscope, slides, and safety goggles, all of which delighted him… Continue Reading

Custer and Michael publish Anatomage research

Kim Michael and Tanya Custer

Tanya Custer, MS, RT(R)(T), assistant professor in Radiation Science Technology Education, and Kim Michael, MA, RT(R), RDMS, RVT, program director of Diagnostic Medical Sonography, were published in the Journal of Tomography and Simulation. The article, “The Utilization of the Anatomage Virtual Dissection Table in the Education of Imaging Science Students,” documents their research investigating the use of this virtual technology and assessing the beliefs and… Continue Reading

Education Technology Collaboration (ETC) Special Interest Group

ETC Meeting

Want to learn how colleagues are experimenting and implementing educational technology? The Education Technology Collaboration (ETC) meets the first Thursday of every month from noon – 1:00 in the eLearning Lab (8th floor WH). Lunch is provided! “It’s a good networking opportunity with people from all UNMC Colleges and Nebraska Medicine,” said Betsy Becker, co-chair. “Speakers present, and there are active sessions to try educational… Continue Reading