Dr. Joe Norman presents award to Dr. Gib Willett
Gilbert (Gib) Willett, PT, PhD, OCS, CSCS, likes to golf. So when he recently left the division of physical therapy to pursue other opportunities on campus, they gathered to wish him well and send him off with some new clubs.
They also honored him with a plaque, which read, “Division of Physical Therapy Education Appreciation Award presented to Dr. Gib Willett for contributions in teaching and service to the Division and to the students we serve. 1990-2014.”
Dr. Willett began his career as an instructor in the division in 1990 and went on to become professor, administrator, researcher, clinician, and distinguished alumni.
Fun photos from the farewell fete are in this album on Flickr.
Kerissa Hanson, BA, is the new program coordinator for physical therapy education. Here’s a little bit about Kerissa, in her own words:
“After earning a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri, in December, 2003, I moved to Washington, D.C., where I worked for several years. Upon returning to Omaha in 2006, I began working at UNMC as a Residency Coordinator. I’m happy to join the School of Allied Health Professions!
This summer, I’m enjoying a variety of activities including wandering through the Farmers Market, biking, and spending time with my family and friends. I’m currently reading George Washington’s Secret Six: The Spy Ring that Saved the American Revolution, by Brian Kilmeade and Don Yeager. Oh, and I love coffee.”
A cellphone selfie with Elephanto at the new digs.
No, it isn’t throwback Thursday. Elephanto is still wandering the halls of UNMC and has landed in Bennett Hall 3012. This is our new home for SAHP Communications.
Why do you need to know this? Please, see me first for all your brand and communications needs: fliers, programs, and publications, T-shirt/apparel designs, photos, social media, newsletters, website, BTH TV monitors, blog articles, and liaison with PR!
It’s a big office, so travel specialist, Virgie, will be joining us, soon. I think we’ll call our office TLC for TraveL and Communications.
It’s sort of a mess right now, but once we’re squared away watch for an open house. And yes, there will be music and dancing.