2016 Awards and Honors

Congratulations to the  students from the College of Allied Health selected as members of the 2017 Leadership HSC!  As you may know, Leadership HSC is our student leadership development program for emerging leaders within their first year at the Health Sciences Center. Students from the College of Allied Health selected and participating in this leadership class include:

  • Kristen Barton, Audiology
  • Atisha Boudreau, Sonography   
  • Kylie Chancellor, Communication Sciences & Disorders
  • Eryn Jordan, Occupational Therapy
  • Kelly Kerr, Nutritional Sciences           
  • Cady Merchant, Dietetics    
  • Ellen Middleton, Radiography  
  • Olivia Raiber, Physical Therapy

Our students represent nearly 20% of the total number of students participating from all of the colleges at OUHSC. Congratulations to those selected who will participate in this great program preparing leaders in our disciplines!

Congratulations the following students who are the recipients of the 2016 Health Care Employers Scholarships!

  • Katie Blankenship, Occupational Therapy
  • Nicole Darling, Occupational Therapy
  • Eugene DeLoach, Physical Therapy
  • Shannon Gibson, Radiography
  • McKensie Halcomb, Occupational Therapy
  • Lauren Hebensperger, Physical Therapy
  • Brooke Klaphake, Physical Therapy
  • Sara Milligan, Occupational Therapy
  • Anna Winter, Physical Therapy

The scholarship program was funded by health care employers participating in the College of Allied Health Career Fair 2016. 

Congratulations to  Eunsun Park, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Speech-Language Pathology program, for receiving one of 12 scholarships awarded by the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions (ASAHP). Eunsun is mentored by Dr. Frank Boutson. Her name will be announced as a recipient at the Association’s 2016 Annual Conference to be held in New Orleans, LA October 19-21

Congratulations to the following College of Allied Health students and faculty who were honored Monday, April 11, 2016 at the HSC Campus Awards Ceremony:

Regents’ Award for Outstanding Juniors
Raine Fitzgerald 
Parents’ Association Outstanding Senior in the College of Allied Health
Ryann Smalley
Dean’s Awards for Academic Excellence 
Gillian Hamm
Ryann Smalley
Shelby Smith
Dean’s Award for Excellence in Clinical Performance
Jamie Myers, Audiology
Alyssa Davis, Clinical Dietetics
Tabitha Pham, Medical Dosimetry
Patrick Gorman, Nuclear Medicine
Anica Taylor, Occupational Therapy
Evan Shimanek, Physical Therapy
Mariam Hajahmad, Radiation Therapy
Olivia Minnis, Radiography
Cara Martin, Sonography
Laura McLain, Speech-Language Pathology
College of Allied Health Outstanding Student Leadership Award
Allison Wright
Crimson Club 2016 – 2017 New Members
Mellissa Carr
Robert Long
Scheryiah Romero

Gates Millennium Scholars Award
Sarah Schoolfield

Multicultural Student Awards
Michelle Blasquez
Makeda Mikael
Anica Taylor

Congratulations to the following students who are the 2016 recipients of the Paving the Way Student Scholarships which recognize the intent to pave the way for future allied health professionals. 

  • Rebekah Smith   
  • Micaelan Wright

This scholarship program is funded by faculty, staff, students, parents, alumni, professionals, and friends of the College of Allied Health with their purchase of an engraved brick paver. The commemorative brick pavers, which are currently located outside the College of Allied Health building in Oklahoma City, are a lasting tribute, paving the way for future generations. 



2016 College of Allied Health Honors and Awards Ceremony

College of Allied Health Student Association Scholarships

Congratulations to the following students who are the 2016-2017 recipients:

  • Mellissa Carr, Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging - Nuclear Medicine program
  • Brittyn Howard, Master of Science in Nutritional Sciences program
  • Stevie Jeannont, Doctor of Audiology program
  • Allison Thomas, Doctor of Physical Therapy program
  • Kelsey Watkins, Master of Arts in Dietetics program
  • Meredith Wyatt, Master of Occupational Therapy program

These outstanding students were chosen based on active participation and leadership in student governance, outstanding professional and community service, and exemplary academic achievement.