Meet Our 2019 Award Winners We are proud to announce our Awards of Excellence winners for 2019. Samantha Herrick, Ph.D., CRC, NCC, ACS Students in Dr. Herrick’s graduate-level rehabilitation counseling course learn what limited mobility feels like through a wheelchair scavenger hunt, where they navigate ramps, elevators, and restrooms. While other colleges use the disability awareness exercise, the [...]
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Top EOF Students Honored Students in the Educational Opportunity Fund program were recognized for their achievements during the Annual EOF Award Celebration held on April 18. Awards went to the following students: Academic Excellence Award Presented to students who have achieved the highest Cumulative GPA in their respective program. Cynthia Orozco [...]
Alumni, Faculty and Students Recognized at ASCLS-NJ Conference Rutgers School of Health Professions faculty, alumni, and students received numerous awards and honors at the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science-New Jersey Chapter - Spring Seminar and Expo on April 11. Among those honored were Ruth Perez, faculty member in the Medical Laboratory [...]
Graduate and Combat Veteran Honored Anthony Juliano, one of the first graduates of our Peer Support Certificate program and now a peer support specialist working with veterans, was presented with the Distinguished Student Veteran Award by the Rutgers Office of Veteran and Military Programs and Services. A peer support specialist at the [...]
Annual Research and Scholarship Day Visit us on Research and Scholarship Day in the Great Hall on Busch Campus on Thursday, May 2, from 1-4 p.m. and see the impressive scholarship by our students on display.
Tracking Head Trauma as Part of Big Ten-Ivy League Research Collaboration Rutgers University’s entry into the Big Ten Conference presented researcher Carrie Esopenko, PhD, with an invaluable opportunity. As someone whose life work was understanding head trauma, she now had a chance to be part of a multi-institutional study of concussions by [...]