Cannon accepted a position as the director of cardiovascular services at the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville in January. He and his wife, Sunny, are raising their three children, Hyrum, Olivia and the newest, Madalynn Fae, who joined their family in August 2013.
This fall, Maggi Schutte, D.P.T.’16, invited her classmates to join her in supporting an organization she loves, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. A group of physician assistant students saluted a beloved faculty member by benefitting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Yet another group of students spent most of a chilly night in a cardboard structure […]
Dow is a safety, health and environmental consultant in the administrative branch at DuPont Pioneer for all its lab and research operations in the Des Moines, IA, area. He oversees safety for more than 1,000 people; some of his efforts are going toward global implementation.
In November 2012, Maganito joined the Veterans Administration Montana Healthcare System in Helena as the system’s only gynecologist for the state. He also was selected as the VA’s women’s health director in Montana.
Olu-Williams is the health education program supervisor at the Philadelphia, PA, Department of Public Health, where he oversees three programs. He and his wife were married in December 2011. She is a fourth-year D.O. student at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Lawler and Scott Lawler were married on June 17, 2006. They welcomed a son, Braeden Michael, to their family on July 23, 2008, and a second son, Colin Benjamin, on August 31, 2011. Melissa is currently working on her nursing degree. The family resides in Rochester, MN.
Drayden earned his registered health information technician credential from the American Health Information Management Association and recently accepted a position as a health information management supervisor in Dallas, TX. He will begin doctoral studies for a Ph.D. in information science with a concentration in health informatics this month.