Congratulations to one of the outstanding graduates of the College of Allied Health’s “Class of 2020” who is the recipient of a national Alpha Eta award!
Alpha Eta is the National Honor Society of the allied health professions whose members represent the top ten percent of graduates of Allied Health Schools and Colleges. The name is derived from the Greek for the first letters of our profession, Allied (Alpha) and Health (Eta). There are 64 chapters nationwide and over 15,000 members who have been initiated since the beginning of Alpha Eta in 1975. The University of Oklahoma Chapter at the College of Allied Health is the founding chapter in Oklahoma (November 1982). The primary purpose of the Society is to recognize excellence and promote leadership and scholarship in the allied health profession.
Congratulations to Jayden Williams Sarabia who is the 2020 recipient of the prestigious RODENBERG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD. Eligible students are Alpha Eta Honor Society members who have or will have graduated in calendar year 2020 from an undergraduate program in the allied health professions. Recipients receive a $1,000 honorarium and will be recognized at the Alpha Eta Annual Meeting which will be held virtually on October 30, 2020.