students using a tongue depresser in a skills training lab
students serving food at the dietetics luncheon
Occupational therapy students performing an assessment
Physicial Assistant students scrubbing up for a procedure
Health Administration students giving a presentation

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News

PHOTO: Children's Cooking Demo
Dietetics students bring cooking lessons to local children

April 13, 2022

Students from junior and senior level nutrition classes have been partnering with the Explore More Discovery Museum to educate children about nutrition.  

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PHOTO: Danielle Shapero
HSA student places in Stull Essay Competition

February 16, 2022

Health Services Administration major Danielle Shapero placed third in Stull Essay Competition with her essay on COVID-19 and the Spanish Flu.

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Katie Mast and Ryan Price
AT alumni selected for Steadman Clinic residency

January 25, 2022

Mast and Price agree that their time at JMU prepared them for their residency at the Steadman Clinic.

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Photo: Yanine Pedrazas
Dietetics student to receive the VAND Diversity Award

November 4, 2021

Dietetics student Yanine Pedrazas has been selected as the recipient of the VAND Diversity Professional Development Award. 

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