Congratulations to Dr. Todd Shoepe and Dr. Heather Tarleton who have been selected for promotion to Associate Professor and earned tenure! Thanks for your hard work and dedication to LMU!
Congratulations to Dr. Heather Tarleton for being selected for the Elizabeth and Michael Rudinica Prize for Student-Faculty Research at the year-end College meeting!
Adesola (Yeti) Olajide (’13), graduated from Loma Linda University in 2016 with her MPH and is currently working for Partners for Better Health in Riverside, CA.
Ashley Maldonado (‘14) has been accepted into the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Masters of Occupational Therapy Program and will begin her studies this fall. Additionally, Ashely has been awarded an assistantship in which she will be conducting research in the area of community-based healthy lifestyle interventions and the study of cultural competency and its role in addressing health disparities.
Laura Delgado (’14) has been accepted into the Western University of Health Sciences Doctorate in Physical Therapy program.
Allie Brown (’14) will be attending Columbia University in their Master’s Direct Entry (MDE)/Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program.
Johanna Radbone, (’14), will be attending West Coast University in pursuit of a Master’s of Science in Occupational Therapy beginning this fall.
Jack Mulligan (’16) successfully completed the National Strength and Condition Association (NSCA) certification as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS).
Audrey Chien (’16) has been accepted into the USC Master’s program in Biokinesiology and will begin her studies in the fall.
Haley Brown (’16) has been accepted into Western University of Health Sciences entry level Master’s of Science program in Nursing.
Alex Franco (’16) will be attending the University of California Berkeley School of Public Health to study Environmental Health Sciences.
Charlotte Cronenweth (’16) will be attending medical school at Washington State University beginning this fall.
Katelyn Parker (’16) will be attending Western University of Health Sciences in pursuit of a Master’s Degree in Physician Assistant Studies beginning this fall.
Eilene Anderson, (’16) will be attending DeSales University where she will be pursuing a Master’s of Science in Physician Assistance Studies.