Faculty members named to term professorships
Two faculty members in the college’s department of health services research, management and policy have been named to term professorships, made possible by private gifts to the college.
Allyson Hall, Ph.D., an associate professor and director of the master’s in health administration program, was named to the Bice Term Professorship in Health Services Research, Management and Policy. The professorship was established by Michael O. and Barbara Bice to support leadership of the master’s in health administration program.
Jeffrey Harman, Ph.D., an associate professor, was named to the Louis C. and Jane Gapenski Term Professorship for Health Services Administration. The Gapenskis established the professorship to recognize and support outstanding contributions to graduate health administration education in the areas of health economics or health care financial management.