Report to the Faculty
Elizabeth J. Protas
of Health Professions
congratulate Dr. Christine Baker
and Dr. Suzanne Peloquin for
receiving UTSystem Outstanding Teaching Awards.
- David Gunderman,
Rehabilitation Sciences doctoral student, was nominated as the Hay
Chancellors Award recipient for UTMB.
had a retirement reception for Dr.
Suzanne Peloquin and Dr. Gretchen Stone, Occupational Therapy, on Aug.
8th. A reception for Dr. Richard Rahrs
retirement will be held Aug. 15th 4-6 in the Marie Hall
- Dr. Diane
Collins has joined the Occupational
- Fei Du, Biostatistician, and Roxanne Grover, Internet Production Designer, Division of
- The new class of
physician assistant studies celebrated
their White Coat Ceremony on August 3rd.
Center for Rehabilitation Sciences is sponsoring a meeting of the
Rehabilitation Research Career Development (K 12) collaboration on Aug. 13th
& 14th. Faculty mentors,
junior scholars, and the Advisory
Committee will participate.
This grant is a consortium between UTMB, University of Florida at
Gainesville, and the University of Southern California.
site visit from the Accreditation Council on Education, Nutrition and
Dietetics is being scheduled for the first accreditation visit for Nutrition and Metabolism for late
enrollment will top 800
students, the highest in a decade.
should be completed on the first floor of the 1003 Market Building for new teaching labs for Physical
Therapy and Physician Assistant Studies by the end of September.
Dr. Blake Rasmussen received a grant from the
Solae Corporation to do a protein supplementation and exercise study in older
- SHP maintained a positive
contribution margin for the first 11
months of the fiscal year.
pleased to announce the establishment of the Barbara R Blanton Professorship and the Barbara R. Blanton Scholarships in Physical Therapy.
- Manage budget shortfalls
- Faculty recruitment
- Expanding enrollment
- Implement New Masters programs
- Improve research infrastructure
- Expand faculty participation in faculty practice