- Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
By Sara Pisoni
For professors in the College of Health Sciences, they have a luxury some others could only hope for.
They are utilizing their undergraduate students to help with their research.
By Milledge Austin
JAG Wire/Augusta University
When it comes to perks, job seekers tend to look at benefits including paid time off, professional development opportunities, bonuses and matching retirement.
Rarely does someone go into a job search saying, “I am only interested in a job where I can work for free on the side.”
It’s National Allied Health Professions Week!
It’s National Allied Health Professions Week, or as some call it, National Allied Health Week, where we celebrate all that is wonderful about the Allied Health Professions. There will be lectures and seminars, mental health resources and helpful tips on how to live a healthier life.
During the week, we’ll also be featuring stories about current students on our social media.
Patrick S. Pabian, PT, DPT, PhD, and department chair and professor in the University of Kentucky Physical Therapy department, will be sworn on to the board of directors for the American Council of Academic Physical Therapy (ACAPT) at the Physical Therapy Education Leadership Conference Oct. 28-30.
Four people with ties to the College of Health Sciences were honored at the 31st Annual Lyman T. Johnson Awards Luncheon at noon, Friday, Oct. 14.
This year, we had four nominees from the College, two from 2021 and two from 2022 — all were honored this year because the event was unable to be held last year due to COVID.
The four are:
Four people with ties to the College of Health Sciences will be honored at the 31st Annual Lyman T. Johnson Awards Luncheon at noon, Friday, Oct. 14.
This year, we have four nominees from the College, two from 2021 and two from 2022 — all are being honored this year because the event was unable to be held last year due to COVID.
For those who want to follow the ceremony on Zoom, you can do so here:
By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director
Two professors in the College of Health Sciences are collaborating with the Center for Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (CELT) to present the College’s first interprofessional Faculty Learning Community for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL FLC).
Geetanjali Gera, PhD, PT, has a passion for helping those with neurodegenerative disorders. Specifically, she loves being able to research, and then apply that research, to be able to help her patients, who suffer from diseases like multiple sclerosis.