The College of Public Health and Health Professions recognized seven alumni whose accomplishments represent the highest levels of achievement.
Cartagena is helping establish the Yale psycho-oncology program.
Simms, the owner of Choice Rehab Connections, has been named to the list of fastest-growing Gator businesses.
The gift will support tuition for a student enrolled in the UF Certificate in Driver Rehabilitation Therapy program housed in the department of occupational therapy.
The Evans Family Doctor of Physical Therapy Scholarship supports tuition and partial cost of living expenses during the entire DPT program.
They are recognized for achievements that positively impact their communities, professions and The Gator Nation.
Smith shares her thoughts on receiving the scholarship, her time in the M.P.H. program and what’s next.
In honor of OT Month, meet alumni who invest in UF and the profession as clinical fieldwork educators, capstone mentors and change agents in the profession.
Congratulations to first-year students Angela Cao and Anushka Pandya.
The college welcomed alumni to campus to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their UF graduation.