Cupola Now June 14, 2012

  Stanford > MBC Taps VP for Health Sciences
Linda Seestedt-Stanford will help lead the development of three graduate programs in physical therapy, occupational therapy, and physician assistant studies. She officially takes her post on August 6.

  Tullis > Alum’s Gift Leads to Major Campus Spruce-Up
Francis Tullis ’45 left a sizable portion of her estate — nearly $1.2 million — to her alma mater, putting painters, electricians, and roofers to work this summer sprucing up the campus she once called home.

   NCCU > MBC Expands Reach in Asia
President Pamela Fox has signed an agreement to establish an exchange program with National Chengchi University in Taiwan, marking the 8th such study abroad opportunity for the college and the first opportunity for MBC students to learn Chinese.

  Shoaf > Valley Native to Lead New Physical Therapy Program
With Shenandoah Valley roots and nearly 31 years of experience in the field, Lisa Shoaf will lead the new Doctor of Physical Therapy program — now in development — for MBC’s Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences.

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