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TODAY news for Thursday, July 2, 2007

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School of Allied Health Professions graduation


Craig Jackson, JD, MSW, dean of the School of Allied Health Professions, introduces the commencement speaker.
Craig Jackson, JD, MSW, dean of the School of Allied Health Professions, introduces the commencement speaker.
Ginger Michel Pogue, MOT (right), listens as Ron Carter, PhD, vice chancellor for academic affairs, reads the citation for the Chancellor�s Award, the highest award given to a student in each of the eight schools by the administration of LLU.
Ginger Michel Pogue, MOT (right), listens as Ron Carter, PhD, vice chancellor for academic affairs, reads the citation for the Chancellor’s Award, the highest award given to a student in each of the eight schools by the administration of Loma Linda University.
Richard Hart, MD, DrPH, chancellor of Loma Linda University, welcomes the graduates and their families.
Richard Hart, MD, DrPH, chancellor of Loma Linda University, welcomes the graduates and their families.
Nicceta Davis, PhD, associate professor of physical therapy, sings the school song, �Healing Love,� composed by recording artist Wintley Phipps.
Nicceta Davis, PhD, associate professor of physical therapy, sings the school song, “Healing Love,” composed by recording artist Wintley Phipps.
Milvia Karen Vega, MPT, and Tony Valenzuela, MPT, EdD, EdS, MA, smile for the camera after marching in to Elgar�s familiar �Pomp and Circumstance.�
Milvia Karen Vega, MPT, and Tony Valenzuela, MPT, EdD, EdS, MA, smile for the camera after marching in to Elgar’s familiar “Pomp and Circumstance.”
Heidi Roberts, DPT (left), waits while Dr. Jackson (right) reads the citation for the Dean�s Award, the highest given to a student by the School. Looking on are B. Lyn Behrens, MBBS (second from right), president of LLU, and Chancellor Hart.
Heidi Roberts, DPT (left), waits while Dr. Jackson (right) reads the citation for the Dean’s Award, the highest given to a student by the School. Looking on are B. Lyn Behrens, MBBS (second from right), president of Loma Linda University, and Chancellor Hart.
A graduate celebrates with a family member following the commencement ceremonies.
A graduate celebrates with a family member following the commencement ceremonies.
Joy Chuang, about to receive her bachelor�s degree in speech-language pathology and audiology, also received the Dean�s Award. She listens as Dr. Jackson reads the citation on the plaque which he later presented.
Joy Chuang, about to receive her bachelor’s degree in speech-language pathology and audiology, also received the Dean’s Award. She listens as Dr. Jackson reads the citation on the plaque which he later presented.
Sandra Barker Dunbar, DPA, OTR/L, SAHP �82 (left), SAHP Alumna of the Year for 2007, listens as Dr. Jackson reads the citation for her award. Looking on are Dr. Hart (left) and Dr. Behrens (partially hidden from view).
Sandra Barker Dunbar, DPA, OTR/L, SAHP ’82 (left), SAHP Alumna of the Year for 2007, listens as Dr. Jackson reads the citation for her award. Looking on are Dr. Hart (left) and Dr. Behrens (partially hidden from view).
Georgia Hodgkin, EdD (left), professor of nutrition and dietetics, accepts the School Distinguished Service Award.
Georgia Hodgkin, EdD (left), professor of nutrition and dietetics, accepts the School Distinguished Service Award.
Bonnie Forrester, DPTSc (right), associate professor of physical therapy, receives the School Distinguished Service Award.
Bonnie Forrester, DPTSc (right), associate professor of physical therapy, receives the School Distinguished Service Award.
Paige Shaughnessy, PhD, associate professor of speech-language pathology and audiology, is named SAHP Faculty of the Year.
Paige Shaughnessy, PhD, associate professor of speech-language pathology and audiology, is named SAHP Faculty of the Year.
The general commencement ceremony was preceded by a separate graduation ceremony for the department of physical therapy graduates. In the photo above, members of the speech pathology graduating class sign to Malotte�s �The Lord�s Prayer� .
The general commencement ceremony was preceded by a separate graduation ceremony for the department of physical therapy graduates. In the photo above, members of the speech pathology graduating class sign to Malotte’s “The Lord’s Prayer” for the benediction to the second program.

TODAY news for Thursday, July 2, 2007