Monday, Oct. 16, students from nine health care disciplines met in the David B. Burks American Heritage Building for the eighth gathering of A Night at the Round Table. This interdepartmental event challenged students from different programs to work together through ethical case studies. These cases simulate scenarios students may encounter in their respective fields and allows them to experience how they will interact with
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Oct. 13, 2016 | On Monday, Oct. 3, students representing six academic departments in health sciences and related departments packed into the Founders Room and Cone Chapel for “A Night at the Round Tables.” This interdepartmental collaboration event challenged students from a variety of fields to work through a case study as a team, simulating a real-world situation of health care professionals’ collective expertise. “The
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April 4, 2016 | The University conducted a disaster drill on April 6 at Stephens residence hall. This year’s exercise included a residence hall fire scenario. Since 2002, the University has coordinated a disaster drill every spring to facilitate a test of its emergency notification system as well as the timeliness of community first responders. The University cooperates with area emergency personnel including Searcy Fire
January 29, 2015 | Education Two counseling programs within the Cannon-Clary College of Education have been granted accreditation status by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). The clinical mental health counseling and school counseling graduate programs were awarded an eight-year term extending until March 2023. The CACREP board made their decision to award the program accreditation status following a November