School of Health Sciences Announces 2017 Faculty Research and Staff Awards
Angela MacCabe, PT, DPT, assistant professor in the Physical Therapy department, was selected as the recipient for the Outstanding Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence for her contributions to health sciences education. She has been a faculty member at USD since 2015. Download a photo of MacCabe.
Julie Johnson, MD, associate professor and academic coordinator in the Physician Assistant Studies department, is the recipient of the Outstanding Faculty Award for Distinguished Service for her leadership and significant contributions to the department, school, university and profession. She started at USD in 2015. Download a photo of Johnson.
Kory Zimney, PT, DPT, assistant professor in the Physical Therapy department, is the recipient of the Faculty Research Achievement Award. Zimney was recognized for research and scholarly contributions related to health sciences education. He has been at USD since 2013. Download a photo of Zimney.
Tamara Olson, assistant to the dean of the School of Health Sciences, is the recipient of the Outstanding Staff Award for Performance Excellence for her service to the school. She has been at USD since 2006. Download a photo of Olson.
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