USD School of Health Sciences Announces Faculty Awards
Becca Jordre, DPT, Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy, was recognized for outstanding research. Jordre’s research involved geriatric athletes and the management of urinary incontinence, and she also researched problems related to ergonomics for dental hygiene practitioners.
Kay Rasmussen, M.S., M.L.S. Assistant Professor and Chair of the Department of Medical Laboratory Science, was recognized for her outstanding teaching. Rasmussen’s teaching interests include Hematology and Microbiology.
Laurie Lind, M.S. an instructor in Health Sciences, received the 2015 “Champion of Inclusive Excellence” award from the President’s Council on Diversity and Inclusiveness. Lind’s award noted that she demonstrated outstanding leadership promoting inclusive excellence at USD.
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