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Pat Munzer

Professor, Allied Health/Dean
School of Applied Studies
Contact
1700 SW College Ave
Topeka, KS 66621-1117
785.670.2111
Degrees & Certifications
Quinnipiac University, Associate of Science
Pittsburg State University, Bachelor of Science
Pittsburg State University, Master of Science
Nova Southeastern University, Doctor of Health Science
Academic History

2013-present: Dean, School of Applied Studies

7/1/97-2013: Chairperson, Allied Health Department

7/1/11-present: Professor, Bachelor of Health Science Degree

4/26/10-1/14/11: Interim Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs

7/1/84-6/30/11: Program Director, Respiratory Therapy

Scholarly Interests/Activities
Research on the geriatric population in regards to health care and online education. Presentations on geriatric population, online education, inter-rater reliability, evaluating student performance in the classroom (formative and summative evaluations) and maintain records of student evaluation.
Service Interests/Activities
General Faculty Secretary, Faculty Development Steering Committee, Coordinator of University Faculty Mentoring Program/Commissioner for Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care/Treasurer for National Network of Health Career Programs/Kansas Respiratory Care Society Delegate to the AARC House.
Career Accomplishments
Chair of Allied Health added the following programs: Occupational Therapy Assistant, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance, Medical Laboratory Science, Bachelor of Health Science, and Master of Health Science.

Received following awards:
  • Washburn University's Herrick Faculty Award for Oustanding Service, 2012
  • Kansas Respiratory Care Society‚Äôs Hugh S Mathewson Award, April 2011
  • American Association for Respiratory Care Fellow, December 2010
  • Educator of the Year, Education Specialty Section, American Association for Respiratory Care, December 1999
  • Clinical Affiliate of the Year, President of the Kansas Respiratory Care Society, American Association for Respiratory Care, 1993