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Susan Mellott (nursing) spoke on Evidence-Based Practice Use, Attitudes, Knowledge, and Skills: Curriculum Design and the Perceptions of Nursing Students at the Sigma Theta Tau International's
Alicia Lohmann (occupational therapy) gave a poster and oral presentation entitled “Promoting Fieldwork Success During Clinical Rotations: Development and Implementation of Targeted Action Plans for
Vi Ho (nursing) and a group of nursing students will participate in the Mid-Autumn Children’s Festival and Health Fair from 4-8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 8 at the Lien Hoa Temple. The students will
Occupational therapy faculty members Francie Baxter and Patricia Bowyer are contributing authors for a new occupational therapy book, Adaptation Through Occupation: Multidimensional Perspectives. The
The College of Business is bringing the Wise Women & Wealth Conference to the Houston campus Saturday, Sept. 15. The event, which takes place from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., will focus on helping women
Michael Mistric (nursing) is a featured artist, along with collaborative artist Richard Brian, at Archway Gallery during the month of August. His show, “Pictura-Ferramento: A Duet for Painting and
Carolyn DaSilva’s (physical therapy) manuscript, “Whole Body Vibration Methods with Survivors of Polio,” has been accepted by JoVE Video Journal. Her work, currently published on their website, is
Nursing faculty members Rebecca Aulbach, Peggy Landrum and Vi Ho presented at the Sigma Theta Tau International 29th Nursing Research Congress July 22 in Melbourne, Australia.
Ainslie Nibert (nursing) has been selected as one of only 30 academic nursing leaders across the nation for the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Wharton Executive Leadership Program Aug.
Melissa A. Rodriguez (admissions) successfully completed the College Board’s yearlong Educational Leadership Academy, which focuses on leadership skills, enrollment management issues and the overall