College of Allied Health Professions

PA faculty and staff volunteered at Open Door Mission

With an eye for service to community, our physician assistant education faculty and staff spent a day volunteering at Open Door Mission last week. They organized and recorded prescription medications of residents and clients, and restocked and organized donated health care materials in the storeroom. PA program director, Michael Huckabee, PhD, said, “It was an amazing day seeing all that Open Door Mission is providing… Continue Reading

Meyer and O’Neil present shared governance at conference

CAHP dean, Kyle Meyer, PhD, and assistant dean for finance and administration, Pat O’Neil, presented at the Central Association of College and University Business Officers (CACUBO) conference last week in Columbus, Ohio. Their presentation, “A Model for Reconciling Competing Demands between Shared and Administrative Governance,” discussed the creation and implementation of our collaborative governance committee structure – intended to engage more faculty and staff in… Continue Reading

Perfusion students, Swan and Glock, present research in CA

Two students in our clinical perfusion education program gave oral and poster presentations on Friday, September 29, 2017 at the 37th Annual Cardiothoracic Research and Education Forum (CREF) at San Diego’s Westin Gaslamp in San Diego, CA. Halle Swan presented on the technical development of a new type of suction apparatus improving safety in open-heart surgery. The paper was, “Improving Hemolysis Levels Associated with Cardiotomy… Continue Reading