The 3 ½ years that Dr. Major Bradshaw spent in Botswana in southern Africa is sure to have a lasting benefit for the people of the country for years to come, and that impact is starting to be seen.
Susan L. Garber, occupational therapist and professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation at Baylor College of Medicine, has been selected to receive the Eleanor Clark Slagle Lectureship Award from the American Occupational Therapy Association.
In recognition of his leadership and legacy in developing and maintaining a scholarly focus for the healthcare professions at Baylor College of Medicine, the School of Allied Health Science’s annual Student Research Day will be renamed in honor of Dr. David Holcomb, dean of the School of Allied Health Sciences at Baylor.
The You FIRST program at Baylor seeks to emphasize the value of employees across all mission areas by promoting morale through opportunities that help create a positive work environment for everyone. There are several upcoming You FIRST activities.