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Dynamic Chiropractic – October 7, 1996, Vol. 14, Issue 21

South Central College News

By Editorial Staff
Dr. Hahn-Coelho Named Dean of Parker Clinics

Patricia Hahn-Coelho, DC

Chair of the Center for Clinics and Clinical Sciences at Parker College since 1990, Dr.

Patricia Hahn-Coelho has been named Dean of Clinics. She first joined Parker College in 1986 as clinic coordinator and was named clinic director in 1988. She became a full professor in the clinical science department in 1994. Dr. Hahn-Coelho has served on many committees at Parker and has been honored with numerous awards, including: Outstanding Clinical Supervisor, Outstanding Clinic Educator, Outstanding Professor, and the Mabel Palmer Award for Chiropractic Excellence.

 



TCC Officer Appointed to Board of Nat'l Soc. of Fundraising Executives

Kevin Foyle, director of the Institutional Advancement at Texas Chiropractic College (TCC), was appointed to the Board of Directors for the National Society of Fund Raising Executives (NSFRE), the largest professional fundraising network in the world. For the past year he has been working on the NSFRE's membership committee, while helping the organization in its mission to advance philanthropy through education.

At TCC Mr. Foyle is the chief development and alumni relations officer. He oversees all public relations activities, supervises the college's gala and homecoming, serves on the President's Administration Cabinet, and chairs the Scholarship Committee.

 



CCCKC Honors Olympian Peter Cox

Peter Cox, top sabre fencer on the U.S. Olympic Team.

Peter Cox, Cleveland Chiropractic College of Kansas City student and sabre fencing Olympian, was honored upon his return to the campus with an assembly and a barbecue. CCCKC President Dr. Carl Cleveland III welcomed Peter back home. Other speakers included Kansas City councilman Ken Bacchus, Roger Twibell (ABC sports commentator), and Howard Fidler, past Student Council president. Peter's wife, Heidi, and his brother and coach, David, were among the audience of students, faculty, and administration attending the assembly.

"To have made it to the Olympics as the number one U.S. Olympic men's sabre fencer is a significant accomplishment," said Dr. Cleveland. "The entire campus community shares the pride in this accomplishment."


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