Pat Capps Covey College of Allied Health Professions

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"The Pat Capps Covey College of Allied Health Professions is dedicated to the provision of the highest quality in basic medical sciences and health professional education to meet health care needs and to contribute to new knowledge through research." 


Mortar Board Names Top Professors for 2014

2014 Speech and Hearing Association of Alabama (SHAA) Outstanding Graduate Student Award

Associate Professor of Speech Pathology and Audiology named Faculty Senate President

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Allied Health Dean's Search

In August of 2015 Dr. Richard Talbott is stepping down as Dean of College of Allied Health Professions after more than 10 years of service. Dr. Talbott has done an absolutely superb job in serving as the Dean of the College, moving it substantially forward, despite a period of significant downturn in state resources. He also has been involved in multiple venues at the national level on behalf of the allied health professions, including serving on a task force for the Institute of Medicine. Thus, he is leaving a fine legacy, creating an excellent opportunity for his successor. Dr. Debra Davis has agreed to Chair the search committee that will be conducting a national search for his successor. They will be assisted by a search firm. Please forward potential candidates to Dr. Davis for review by her committee. Ronald D. Franks, M.D.
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Dean's Search Committee List
Allied Health Professions Programs

Open Faculty Positions

Occupational Therapy
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor - Available October 2014

Physical Therapy
Faculty Neuromuscular Position - open Aug. 2014

Faculty Position

Speech Pathology and Audiology
Clinical Coordinator For Audiology Position
Two Assistant/Associate Professor Positions - open Jan. 2015 and Aug. 2015