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Welcome School of Health Technology and Management Alums!
There is much to be proud of as a graduate of Stony Brook’s School of Health Technology and Management (SHTM). Alumni involvement is critical for the School to maintain its leadership role at Stony Brook and across the nation as an institution that prepares high quality professionals to meet the current demands and future challenges in health care. Your continued involvement and support help make great things possible.
The SHTM has undergone many changes over the past several years. We have expanded to a second campus at Southampton and, in recent years, have added programs in Applied Health Informatics, Heath Administration, and Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety to our school. SHTM currently employs more than 100 faculty, graduates more than 350 students annually and has generated more than 11, 500 alumni over our 45-year history.
For those of you who have not seen East Campus lately, you would be amazed by our hospital’s inviting and spectacular lobby, the newly erected Cancer Treatment Center, and the Medical and Research Translation (MART) Building and Hospital Pavilion that will house the new Stony Brook Children’s Hospital. Please come back and visit Stony Brook to see the remarkable changes that are occurring.
We hope that you will get back in touch with us and stay in touch via this website to learn more about the SHTM and our students, faculty and fellow alumni. One of our priorities for this year will be to improve our web presence, making it easier to share information with our community of students and graduates. All graduates of the University automatically become members of the Alumni Association of Stony Brook University and the SHTM Alumni Chapter. Below is a host of ways for you to get involved. Detailed information for many of these ideas can be found on the main alumni webpage just below this message.
- Contact us to update us and your classmates by providing information for our Class Notes such as achievements, milestones or new contact information
- Join us at one of our upcoming events
- Consider a gift to support our School, programs and/or students
Craig Lehmann, PhD
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Outstanding Alumni Award Recipients
2016 School of Health Technology and Management Award Recipients
Six Stony Brook alumni were recognized for their professional accomplishments at the School of Health Technology and Management’s 23rd annual Outstanding Alumni Awards Presentation on Thursday, November 3, 2016. This year’s awardees include the CEO of Avalanche Care Inc. a New York State licensed home care services agency; the founder and director of Full Circle PT, PC, and the administrative director of the Department of Orthopedics Rehabilitation at New York-Presbyterian/Queens.
View the complete list of Outstanding Alumni Award recipients.
There are a variety of options for you to support Stony Brook’s Alumni Funds:
SHTM Alumni Programming. To establish and develop programming for SHTM Alumni.
SHTM Dean’s Fund for Excellence. Provides essential discretionary financial support, giving the Dean the flexibility to respond to the School’s greatest needs and/or act quickly when opportunities arise.
Next Step at SBU. Funds will enable the design and capital funding for a 2500-square foot facility to be built adjacent the RRAMP Laboratory at SBU.
SHTM Student Support Fund. To benefit students by providing scholarships, grants and travel grants. To support research activities and to attend meetings at off campus locations. To benefit students of allied health professions.