Her Steady Hand Helped Build A Nationally Renowned Physician Assistant Program Department Chair Jill Reichman Retiring after Nearly Four Decades at SHP The stakes couldn’t have been higher. A review committee was visiting the Rutgers School of Health Professions’ Physician Assistant program to ensure it met rigorous accreditation standards. At the time, [...]
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Rutgers SHP Alumna Establishes New Scholarship Rutgers School of Health Professions alumna Dr. Laura Matarese, Ph.D Nutrition ’07, has established a scholarship for doctoral students in the Department of Clinical and Preventive Nutrition Sciences. An accomplished clinician, educator, mentor role model and recipient of the 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award, Dr. Matarese, Ph.D., [...]
ADA Turns 30 How the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act flourishes at Rutgers SHP Implementing the Historic Legislation By Amy Banko, MS, CPRP Integrated Employment Institute Department of Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Counseling Professions This year marks the 30th anniversary of a significant milestone in the history of disability legislation, [...]
Dean Awards Inaugural Teaching Innovation Grants Congratulations to the recipients of four Dean's Teaching Innovation Awards. Part of SHP's Intramural Grants program, the grants support proposals in areas such as educational outcomes research, development of new curricula, and/or development of new teaching or assessment methodologies Prinicipal Investigator Annette Backs, assistant professor in [...]
What She Learned From Her Grandmother About Racism and How She is Using Data for Social Change By Angela Baltes I know her as someone who loves Moon Pies, garage sales and thrift store shopping. My grandmother would watch Ren and Stimpy with me as a child and add commentary as I [...]