School of Allied Health Professions

Kudos for Faculty: Honeycutt, Latshaw, and Michael

From Clinical Laboratory Science:

Congratulations to Karen Honeycutt, MEd, MLS(ASCP)CMSMCM, and Sandra Latshaw, MA, MT(ASCP)SM, on the publication of their article, “Incorporating A Structured Writing Process into Existing CLS Curricula,” in Clinical Laboratory Science, 27(4), 194-203. Well done!

From Diagnostic Medical Sonography:

Kim Michael, MA, RT(R), RDMS, RVT, collaborated with Gib Willett, PT, PhD, on the abstract, “Ultrasound Imaging Assessment of the Manual Traction Induced Vacuum Phenomenon in the MCP Joints of a Lightly Embalmed Cadaver.” It was accepted by the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) Scientific Program Committee for a scientific Electronic Poster at the 2015 AIUM Annual Convention hosting the World Federation of Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology (WFUMB), March 21-25, 2015, at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotel, Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Congratulations!

Winter Essentials Drive a Success

We cleaned out our closets and/or brought in necessities for the annual Winter Essentials drive sponsored by our Student Ambassadors.

The Ambassadors took those items to a local non-profit charity organization, We Can Make a Difference, who delivered them to the Siena/Francis House. They estimated that over 150 people were fed and clothed, and provided with a number of essentials needed for everyday life.

We Can Make a Difference uploaded photos to their Facebook page. “The pictures don’t do justice,” they said, “as to how many people were actually helped on this day because we did it in 10-person shifts.”

“Thank you guys so much for your donations, we can’t wait to do it again!”