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  Repaving and upgrades to Harborview Office Tower’s visitor parking lot (Spring Street side) continue until the end of October. Visitors may continue to park in spaces located at the west end of the building. The project is sponsored and funded by the Office of Parking Management. photo by Cindy Abole, Public Relations

PEOPLE

Dr. Ann Osborne Kilpatrick
Anne Osborne Kilpatrick, DPA, professor emeritus from the Department of Healthcare Leadership and Management, College of Health Professions, was awarded the Joan Fiss Bishop Award at the Section for Women in Public Administration meeting in New Orleans. The award is presented to a woman, who, by example and action, has promoted increased participation of women in the public service profession.

Dr. Joseph Schoepf
Joseph Schoepf, M.D., director of CT research and development, Department of Radiology and Radiological Science, was named the Most Influential Radiology Researcher for the 2013 Minnies awards by Aunt Minnie.com. The web site is a portal designed to support radiology professionals. For information, visit auntminnie.com.

Dr. Craig Velozo
Craig Velozo,  Ph.D., was named a professor and director of the Division of Occupational Therapy of the Department of Health Professions in the College of Health Professions on July 1. Velozo is a nationally recognized occupational therapy educator and researcher.

Matt Wain
Matt Wain is the new chief operating officer for the medical center. He will manage the service lines, help develop cost-effective programs and services and align organizational strategies. Wain, who started Oct. 1, came from Penn State Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, Pa.

Events


Biomedical Career Fair
College of Graduate Studies will host a Professional Development and Career Fair for Biomedical Scientists Nov. 7. The fair introduces students to other types of non-academic careers in science. Participants will talk to presenters via a panel, see exhibits, review networking opportunities and participate in a workshop. It coincides with the Perry V. Halushka Student Research Day
Nov. 8. Register at http://tinyurl.com/mnqdzeg.

Make a Difference

Holiday Assistance
The Salvation Army is taking applications through Nov. 1 for holiday assistance at 2135 Ashley River Rd. Call 763-9881.

Epilepsy Awareness Night
Join MUSC, the S.C. Advocates for Epilepsy and the Stingrays Nov. 16 for hockey and a silent auction. Proceeds support the Research and Education in Epilepsy Fund. The Stingrays will be wearing signature jerseys and there will be a jersey auction during the game. To purchase tickets, visit groupaide.com (Group code HH4E).

October 26, 2013
 
 
 

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