2020 Awards and Honors

Congratulations to  the following students who are the 2020-2021 recipients of the College of Allied Health Student Association Scholarships:

  • Brett Chase, Doctor of Physical Therapy program
  • Casey Crane, Doctor of Audiology program
  • Emily Crews, Master of Occupational Therapy program 
  • Mackenzie Davis, Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences & Disorders program
  • Melissa Henniger, Master of Arts in Dietetics program
  • Gustavo Martinez, Doctor of Physical Therapy program
  • Jayden Williams, Doctor of Audiology program

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


Congratulations to the newly elected College of Allied Health Student Association officers who will take office at the end of the semester and serve in College and campus-wide leadership positions through spring 2021. Congratulations to the 2020-2021 College of Allied Health Student Association officers:  
 
President –  Jayden Williams
Vice-President OKC – Emily Carter 
Vice-President Tulsa –  Kelsi Clawson
Secretary: Mackenzie Davis
Treasurer: Beau Cobb
Senators:  Jessica Garner, Paige Gentling, Melissa Sheffield, Mallory Smith, Amanda Walker 


Congratulations to Jarren Thomas who was elected Treasurer for the 2020-2021 OU-Tulsa Student Government Association Executive Board. Jarren is a 2nd year DPT student in the Department of Rehab Sciences and has excelled in a variety of leadership roles.  


Congratulations to Gustavo Martinez, who was elected Treasurer for the 2020-2021 HSC Student Government Association Executive Board. Gus is a 2nd year DPT student in the Department of Rehab Sciences and has excelled in a variety of leadership roles.  


Congratulations to the following College of Allied Health students who were honored at the virtual HSC Campus Awards Ceremony this afternoon (Monday, April 20, 2020):                     

Regents’ Award for Outstanding Juniors

  •  Mackenzie Davis

Parents’ Association Outstanding Senior in the College of Allied Health

  • Katie Rock

Dean’s Awards for Academic Excellence 

  • Anna Fitzpatrick
  • Melissa Henniger
  • Samantha Mills
  • Alaina Nash
  • Emily Pollman
  • Tierani Richardson
  • Hanna Stanton
  • Abigail White
  • Kelsey Yeagle

 Dean’s Award for Excellence in Clinical Performance

  • Caitlyn Mathews, AudiologyKaty Litton , Clinical Dietetics
  • Pahoua Moua, Nuclear Medicine
  • Mitchell White, Occupational Therapy
  • Kayla Lovell, Physical Therapy
  • Rilee Spence, Radiation Therapy
  • Jennifer Lupton, Radiography
  • Brianna Goodwin, Sonography
  • Courtney Green, Speech-Language Pathology

College of Allied Health Outstanding Student Leadership Award

  • Taylor Sweeney

Multicultural Student Awards

  • Younes Rebbaj
  • Jayden Williams

Crimson Club  2020-2021 New Members

  • Jenni Burzycki
  • Cassidy Towe

 HSC Sooner Standard

  • Miranda Bartheld
  • Landry Briscoe
  • Sophia Dillon
  • Melissa Henniger
  • Karlee Howard
  • Kevin Huang
  • Yijin Liang
  • Justina Mayer
  • Sarah Patel
  • Taylor Sweeney
  • Jayden Williams
  • Rachel Zumstein

HSC Student Government Service

  • Ali Hosea
  • Bethany Williams
     

2020 College of Allied Health Awards and Honors Ceremony

The impact of COVID-19 has necessitated  cancelling of the traditional CAH Awards Ceremony.  Departments will recognize outstanding students in virtual events.  

Congratulations!

College of Allied Health Student Association Scholarships

Congratulations to the following students who are the 2019-2020 recipients:

  • Andrea Allison, Doctor of Physical Therapy program
  • Meghan Barrett, Master of Occupational Therapy program
  • Emily Bennett, Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences & Disorders program
  • Siera Freeman, Doctor of Physical Therapy program
  • Chelsea Kress, Master of Occupational Therapy program
  • Bethany Williams, Doctor of Philosophy in Allied Health Sciences/Nutritional Sciences program
  • Jayden Williams, Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences & Disorders program

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