The College of Health interim dean, Dr. David C. Jentsch, released the following statement after the Board of Trustees’ announcement of an investigation into the behavior of some members of the college’s faculty and staff: “The College of Health is deeply troubled by the allegations of misconduct reported by the Board of Trustees. We are committed to creating a safe and respectful environment for all our students, faculty, and staff. We take these allegations very seriously and will cooperate fully with the Board’s investigation.”
The interim dean of the College of Health speaks about the findings of the B&W investigation.
Dear Colleagues and Friends of the College of Health, As many of you are aware, an investigation conducted by the Board and White (B&W) has recently revealed serious and systemic problems at our college. The findings of this investigation are alarming and raise many critical questions about our ability to operate effectively and provide the high-quality health care our students and the community deserve. To date, the college has not released a full report of the investigation, but we are confident that the findings will cause us to take a hard look at our governance and management practices. In the meantime, we are committed to working together with the Board and White to address the concerns identified in the report.
The interim dean of the College of Health discusses the steps the college is taking to address the issues raised in the B&W investigation.
Dear Colleague, I am writing to update you on the steps the College of Health is taking to address the issues raised in the Blue & White investigation. First and foremost, we are committed to creating a safe and respectful environment for all students and employees.
The interim dean of the College of Health provides updates on the progress of the college’s reform effort.
Dear Colleagues and Friends of the College of Health, We are pleased to share with you the progress of our reform effort. Since our last update, we have made significant progress in implementing our strategies and priorities. Our focus has been on strengthening our academic program and improving the quality of our faculty.
The interim dean of the College of Health discusses the challenges the college faces in continuing to improve its performance.
The College of Health has made significant progress in recent years in terms of both its overall performance and its individual areas of excellence. However, there are still areas in which the college could do better and continue to improve its overall performance. One of the main challenges that the college faces is continuing to improve its overall performance across all areas. One major area where the college needs to continue to make progress is in terms of its student satisfaction ratings. Currently, the college ranks in the bottom half of all colleges in terms of student satisfaction ratings.