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Students in the News Jan. 25

ALFRED, NY — Michelle Pagliaro, a remaining of North Haven, was among more than 500 students from Alfred State College who made the fall 2011 Dean's Laundry list. Students from both the Alfred campus and the School of Applied Technology campus in Wellsville

People and Honors: January 22

Sonya Douglas is a registered dietitian in Blount Commemorative Hospitalís food and nutrition services department. Carl Papa has been elected president of the Tennessee Inventors Group. He is president of Pin High Pro in Knoxville Josh Vehec has

Penn State Master Gardeners: Extension Offers Food and Wellness Volunteer Program

Participants will for access to a computer with internet service to complete the on-line portion and the capacity to travel to State College for the on-site training. A certification exam will be given on the indisputable day of training or online to assure

Parenteral Nutrition Shortage Hits Patients, Providers Hard

“It de facto started in spring 2010, beginning with fat emulsions and then progressing to every component of IV nutrition,” said Jay Mirtallo, MS, RPh, associate professor of clinical chemist's shop at the Ohio State University College of Pharmacy, Columbus,

Misericordia University welcomes new faculty members

DALLAS TWP. – Misericordia University recently welcomed the addition of 12 new full-time faculty members to campus for the 2017-18 academic year during a special orientation program.

In the College of Health Sciences and Education, Jacklyn DelPrete is appointed as an assistant professor of nursing. DelPrete earned a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Pennsylvania State University, State College, and a Master of Science degree in nursing from Misericordia University.

Christine German has been named an assistant professor of occupational therapy. German earned an undergraduate and graduate degrees in health science and occupational therapy from Misericordia University.

Erin Burns Kilduff will be an assistant professor of physician assistant studies. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in nutrition and dietetics from Marywood University in Scranton and a Master of Physician Assistant Studies from King’s College in Wilkes-Barre.

Lisa M. Shustack was appointed as an assistant professor of nursing. Shustack earned a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Cedar Crest College, Allentown, and Master of Science in nursing from the University of Phoenix, Arizona. She earned a Master of Science in education degree from Wilkes-University, Wilkes-Barre, and a doctorate in education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana.