College of Allied Health Professions

7 Keys to Making it to the Finish Line

By Charlie King | student in genetic counseling As I enter the final week of my first year as a Genetic Counseling student, I find myself reflecting on my past nine months at UNMC. The rollercoaster that is graduate school is an eventful ride. I have felt a macroarray (genetic counseling joke) of emotions. Emotions ranging from courageous, hopeful, and confident, to feeling isolated, powerless,… Continue Reading

Dean’s admin called to duty

Most of us are working from home right now, but if you email Perris Scott, administrative associate in the college dean’s office, you’ll get a different out of office reply. “I will be out of the office for the foreseeable future as I have been called to duty with the Air National Guard.” Perris promised to send updates, if allowed, so here’s the latest directly… Continue Reading

Let’s Not Rush into a “New Normal”

The following was a message from our dean, Kyle P. Meyer, PhD, MS, PT, FASAHP to members of the College, and it’s too good not to share. Thank you, Dr. Meyer. Colleagues, If you’re like me, the only thing you are certain of these days is uncertainty. Every day we awaken to more dire news. Increasing numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths, new cities experiencing… Continue Reading