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Skylights March 2014

  • Ground is broken for Dublin facility that will house Physician Assistant Practice program
  • College is expected to roll out Master's Degree in Physician Assistant Practice in 2015
  • Save the date for two alumni events in June
  • Hallowell receives honor from communication sciences organization
  • SHAPe Clinic featured in national sports medicine publication
  • Ex-phys student Chapman receives research award
  • Trembly to lecture at national speech-hearing organization’s convention
  • Wright honored by state hearing-speech organization
  • Ice receives university award for global engagement
  • Atrium Café in the spotlight
  • Social work alumna Rinkes recognized by state organization
  • Bryant receives grant from nursing organization
  • Staff Spotlight: Kimberlee Miller-Wenning, assistant professor, School of Nursing

Skylights January 2014

  • Traveling SHAPe clinicians help Marching 110 cope with Florida bowl game's heat
  • Finding fungus: Tim Ryan tests new method of detecting mold in buildings­
  • Health colleges' partnership opens up a world of study opportunities for students
  • Athletic training alumnus Toriscelli is honored
  • Exercise physiology student Luzar wins award
  • STAFF SPOTLIGHT:­Christina Orozco, clinical assistant professor of athletic training, School of Applied Health Sciences and Wellness

Skylights December 2013

  • Video 1: Internships are pathways to successful career
  • Video 2: Research collaborations lead to discover
  • Video 2: Scholarships move the College forward

Skylights October 2013

  • Trotta pays it forward by creating scholarship to help physical therapy students
  • CHSP community partner and OHIO students team up to raise awareness of human trafficking
  • New athletic training clinic for Ohio University performing artists is drawing rave reviews
  • Vote for Nursing's "Pink Glove Dance" video
  • Video tribute and medal honor College's first dean
  • University names Vosler Honorary Alumnus
  • Krum tells students about athletic training in Hollywood
  • Physical therapist assistant Gillogly is recognized
  • Chapman, CSD doctoral student, garners award
  • Paper by CSD doctoral student Finney wins award
  • Staff Spotlight: Solveig Spjeldnes, assistant professor, Department of Social and Public Health

Skylights September 2013

  • Projects involving College receive more than $200,000 from 1804 Fund
  • Kids on Campus lands $1.7 million in federal grants that will expand its reach
  • Assessment team’s quiet work provides a key medical service for rural children
  • Jurich receives teaching award
  • AT trio's work on national study recognized
  • Hallowell recognized for international efforts
  • Lee publishes in social work journal
  • Journal editor's award goes to 6 in CSD
  • CSD students recognized for leadershipBork, community health services student, receives scholarship
  • CSD's Culley receives Student Enhancement Award
  • 5 PT graduates accept residencies
  • Staff Spotlight: Sara White, Retention and Advising Coordinator, Dean's Office

Skylights April 2013

  • Youngsun Kim receives University Professor Award
  • Nutrition course serves students a helping of history
  • Athletic training graduate students help with study aimed at protecting young athletes
  • Exploring how the quality - not the quantity - of fat tissue in the body may harm health
  • 17 CHSP students win research awards
  • Speech-language pathologist featured in publication
  • Student Social Work Association logs accomplishments
  • Staff Spotlight: Jennifer Dunkle, instructor, School of Rehabilitation and Communication Sciences

Skylights March 2013

  • Grover Center's Atrium Café receives national recognition as "green" restaurant
  • $800,000 grant to help prepare healthcare professionals to serve Ohio's Medicaid population
  • Child-advocacy organization and CHSP form partnership to serve at-risk children
  • Three give presentation at technology conference
  • Athletic training grad student Fournier honored for research project
  • Physical therapist Gillogly honored by APTA
  • Staff Spotlight: Heidi Anderson, education and special events coordinator, WellWorks

­Skylights Jan 2013

  • Cleveland Clinic's James Stoller to be Grover Lecture Series speaker on Feb. 8
  • Nursing students' playful "pink glove" video captures second place in national contest
  • CHSP's international students enjoy Thanksgiving feast, courtesy of Atrium Café
  • WellWorks Winter Gathering brings gobs of goodies to Grover Center
  • ­Researcher is working to unlock the promise of pawpaw for commercial use
  • Tyson-Drummer is named university's Employee of the Month
  • Henderson becomes School of Nursing director
  • Hallowell co-writes book chapter
  • Ryan publishes article in journal
  • Thomas, Russ, Willy are awarded OMNI grants
  • Kids on Campus is awarded 2 grants
  • Athletic training alum helps save life of basketball referee
  • Physical therapy student is awarded national scholarship
  • Nutritrion student receives national research award
  • Staff Spotlight: Amanda Brooks, assistant program manager, Kids on Campus

Skylights Nov 2012

  • Study-abroad opportunities expand learning in nursing and public health
  • Nutrition students analyze claims in food films to find truth vs. myth
  • Postdoc profile: Magimairaj studies causes of child language impairment
  • Russian alumna Ivanova featured in Ohio Today magazine
  • Athletic Training's Russell attends Singapore conference
  • Exercise physiology students win poster awards
  • Environmental health undergraduate has article published
  • Staff Spotlight: Sally Marinellie, associate director, School of Rehabilitation and Communication Sciences

Skylights Oct 2012

  • Nursing students make Pink Glove Dance video
  • Athletic trainers: The MVPs who never play a down
  • Unique interdisciplinary course teaches the value of teamwork
  • Staff Spotlight: Warren Galbreath, associate professor, Department of Social and Public Health
  • Russell co-authors article
  • Thomas awarded NIH grant
  • Quad rugby tournament benefit raises $4,000
  • CHSP has role in $400,000 parenting time project

Skylights Sept 2012

  • 2 physiologists help navigate U.S. Olympic rowers to pair of medals
  • Nearly 200 attend Kids on Campus summer program
  • Neimans pledge $100,000 gift to help graduate students
  • Staff Spotlight: Nicole Brandes, clinical audiologist, School of Rehabilitation and Communication Sciences

Skylights May 2012

  • Students in health care see how a dose of teamwork can help patients
  • New academic program will target diabetes care
  • Campus visit provides Vinton County middle schoolers with a healthy vision of their futures
  • Staff Spotlight: Teresa Julian, assistant professor, School of Nursing

Skylights April 2012

  • $5 million federal grant goes to School of Nursing
  • Physical therapy students win statewide competition
  • Can a video game help ward off the dreaded "Freshman 15?"
  • Frank Stevens will be Grover Lecture speaker
  • Sergeev is awarded research grant
  • Haberkorn article published in journal
  • Warner wins state athletic training scholarship
  • '89 alumnus is named Bears' head athletic trainer
  • PT alumna Swingle featured in journal article
  • Staff Spotlight: Elizabeth Jones, director of development, Dean's Office

Skylights Jan 2012

  • College shares in $468,000 federal grant that will help rural township of Trimble
  • WellWorks sponsors weekly radio show offering tips for healthy living
  • Social work students raise money to feed 30 families Thanksgiviing dinner
  • Haberkorn, Pope publish article
  • AT alums honored
  • Journal honors Holben
  • Staff Spotlight: Terri Hood-Brown, assistant professor, School of Nursing

Skylights Nov 2011

  • "Grand Rounds" event focuses on team-based approach to healthcare
  • Research into child's play yields important data
  • Cardiac credentialing organization gives HeartWorks high marks
  • Chao-Yang Lee, associate professor of commun-ication sciences and disorders in the School of Rehabilitation and Communication Sciences

Skylights Oct 2011

  • Nursing gets federal grant, boost from state,announces launch of online MSN
  • Social Work program finds a new home in Health Sciences and Professions
  • $1 million gift to aid nursing program and Kids on Campus
  • Staff Spotlight: Tania Basta, associate professor of community health, Department of Social and Public Health