Brags & Congrats
Nancy Sherrill is the recipient of the Outstanding Student Achievement Award for the School of Graduate Studies-Master's recipient.
Nichole Dicke published an article in the November issue of Access titled "Non-Carious Class V Lesions: What's Really Going On".
Lillian Hilleman was awarded a scholarship from the IDHA to support her education in the MSDH Program.
Colleen Stephenson, part-time clinical faculty and MSDH student, was installed as President of the Idaho Dental Hygienists' Association at the Annual Session, Saturday, October 13, in Boise.
Lisa Welch has been awarded the ISU Division of Health Sciences Outstanding Student Researcher Award for 2012. This award has been established to recognize graduates who have excelled in leadership, research, and clinical practice. We are proud of her accomplishment!
Please join us in congratulating Jacqueline Juhl, current MSDH student, who has been awarded the Thelma Marani Scholarship through Soroptomist International of Anacortes, Washington. Congratulations Jacqueline!
March 2012 - ADEA Conference in Orlando, Florida
JoAnn R. Gurenlian, RDH, PhD, professor and interim graduate program director, Department of Dental Hgiene, co-presented two workshops with Ann E. Spolarich, RDH, PhD, titled "Creating an International Online Doctoral Program in Dental Hygiene" at the American Dental Education Association Annual Session on March 20 and 21, 2012 in Orlando, Florida.
Ellen J. Rogo, RDH, PhD, associate professor, and Leciel K. Bono, RDH, BS and graduate student, Department of Dental Hygiene, co-presented a workshop titled "Engage Students in Legislative Advocacy" at the American Dental Education Association Annual Session on March 18, 1012, in Orlando, Florida.
Ellen J. Rogo and Colleen Stephenson, RDH, BS, and graduate student, in the Department of Dental Hygiene, co-presented a TechExpo titled "Using Hands-Free Computer Technology in Education to Enhance Patient Care" at the American Dental Education Association Annual Session on March 20, 2012, in Orlando, Florida.
Graduate Carol Amerine was named acting Director of the Office of Oral Health at the Arkansas Department of Health. Congratulations Carol!
Kathleen O. Hodges, RDH, MS, Professor in the Department of Dental Hygiene recently published a paper on "Restore Periodontal Health" in the February issue of Dimensions of Dental Hygiene.
Please join me in congratulating Catherine Beebe who was just notified that she was selected as the recipient of the ADEA Crest Oral-B Scholarship for Dental Hygiene Students Pursuing Academic Careers.
Catherine is currently creating her thesis proposal and will benefit from this additional financial support. It is very well deserved!