Distinguished Alumnus Award recipients welcomed back to College
MUSC President Dr. Raymond Greenberg and College of Health Professions Dean Dr. Lisa Saladin welcomed back 12 of the 23 College’s Distinguished Alumnus Award recipients during a luncheon in their honor on April 26. The prestigious award is given annually to one or more graduates of the MUSC College of Health Professions in recognition of outstanding professional achievement; service to their profession, the community, the college, or the university; excellence in leadership, professional growth, or educational advancement or service.
MUSC President, Dr. Raymond Greenberg, shared University-wide updates highlighting our commitment to clinical care, research and interprofessional education as well as current state budget cuts and challenges. Alumni in attendance also enjoyed an opportunity to share with the group more about what they have accomplished in their careers and personal lives since graduating from the College of Health Professions.
The luncheon concluded with a tour of the Anesthesia for Nurses Simulation Lab, a visit to the Distinguished Alumnus Hall of Fame and a brief presentation of the advanced technology of one of our state-of-the-art classrooms.
Pictured are Dr. Ervin Blair Holladay, Diane Kennedy Mathews, William Minikiewicz, Marilyn Swygert, Dr. Richard Toomey, John Sanders, Dr. Stephen Jones, Dr. Lisa Saladin, James Smith, E. Dargan Ervin, Mary Eileen Leonard, William Sean Irvin and Patricia Sullivan.