Marilee MeansRobinson Scholars in IndiaDean Miller With Baby JayCommunity ServiceNew DPT ClassSensory Supported Swimmers

Means to receive Excellence in Education Award

Marilee Means is stepping down after 37 years at the University of Kansas Medical Center. (Story)

Robinson Scholars travel to India

Students from the schools of Health Professions, Medicine and Nursing learn at the Christian Medical College. (Story)

Dean announces plans to step down in 2015

After nearly two decades as dean of Health Professions and Nursing, Karen L. Miller will be changing roles. (Story)

Community Service Day 2014

Students from the schools of Health Professions and Nursing take part in Community Service Day in August. (Story)

Training more physical therapists for Kansas

The Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science welcomes its largest DPT class. Story | Video

Sensory Supported Swimmers

Occupational Therapy Education students work with children with autism spectrum disorders during the Sensory Supported Swim program in Fairway, Kan. Video | Story

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Last modified: Oct 20, 2014