Student Affairs Standouts

Student Affairs Standouts

Don Ates, Housing and Food Service, successfully completed the training and testing and now is a certified Educational Facilities Professional (EFP).

Chris Brownson, Counseling and Mental Health Center, was designated as chancellor’s health fellow to implement the UT System’s new bystander intervention program and suicide prevention initiative.

Karen Keeler, University Health Services, completed her doctorate in physical therapy while working full-time as a licensed physical therapist, demonstrating her commitment to this healing profession.

Gage Paine, Vice President for Student Affairs, was asked by Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) to blog and participate in an online discussion about her recent Journal of College and Character Article, “Caring About Students – The Work of Student Affairs.”

Ashley Whitworth, University Health Services, passed her medical coding certification exam on the first try and consequently earned a promotion.

University Health Services was ranked in Princeton Review’s top 10 Best Health Services as listed in the Review’s “Best 379 Colleges.” Rankings are based solely on student surveys.

“A Tip of the Hat to…”

… Laurie Alvarado, Housing and Food Service, who received this grateful note from the parent of a new Longhorn after Mooov-In: “Thanks Laurie — you are AWESOME! And my baby longhorn says everyone is SO nice and helpful. She has had a great first week with Mooov-In and athlete orientation, LOVES San Jacinto residence hall and the dining halls and other on-campus food options, and is excited for everything to get fully under way. Thanks again to you and the whole housing department for making it a really pleasant process for us.”