Student Spotlight

Shreyash Pradhan, OMS III

Class of 2020 (Fellow)

  • Hometown: Aurora, CO
  • Undergraduate Studies: Integrative Physiology (University of Colorado Boulder)
  • Clubs and Activities: Anatomy Fellow, Orthopedics, Surgery, Rotary, Sports Med, Global Track, and RVU Ambassador

Why did you choose RVU? RVUCOM’s dedication to providing care to the underserved population and the Rocky Mountain region specifically. Colorado has been home for...
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Faculty Spotlight

Sarah Curtis Lopez, DO

Assistant Professor, Osteopathic Principles and Practice; Course Director, OPP I & II; OPP Pre-doctoral Fellowship Director

  • Hometown: Dallas, TX
  • Undergraduate Studies: BA in Spanish: Hispanic Studies
  • Graduate Studies: University of North Texas Health Science Center Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine (Fort Worth, TX); Neuromusculoskeletal medicine/osteopathic manipulative medicine (NMM/OMM) residency at St. Barnabas Hospital (Bronx, NY)

What class do you teach? OPP I-IV, NMM/OMM residents Why did you choose to teach at RVUCOM? What drew...
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Jennifer Williams, PhD, Appointed Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness at Rocky Vista University

Rocky Vista University (RVU) is pleased to announce the appointment of Jennifer Williams, PhD, as Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness.

 

“This position is responsible for the oversight of our accreditation processes at the program level and the overall University,” said Clinton E. Adams, DO, FACHE, President and CEO of RVU. “I believe the significant contribution [by Dr. Williams] is leadership in creating a comprehensive institutional research and assessment program, [as well as] developing and measuring outcomes to document our academic success and opportunities for improvement. Her outstanding record of achievement since joining the RVU administration speaks for itself.”

 

Dr. Williams joined the staff of Rocky Vista University in 2014 as Executive Director of Institutional Planning and Assessment. Since then, she has guided the successful launch of the Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences (MSBS), conducted feasibility and market analyses for new programs, and is creating new systems and processes for assessment and quality improvement.

 

Dr. Williams received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from University of Northern Colorado and a Master of Arts degree in Higher Education Administration. She then earned Doctor of Philosophy degree in Higher Education Leadership and Organizational Change from University of Denver. She has previously held positions at Lamar Community College, Colorado Mountain College, Regis University, and University of Denver.