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Department of Health Sciences Education

Humanism Publication

HumanismThe newest edition of WesternU’s Humanism was released earlier this month featuring an article written by MSHS ’13 student Jayzona Alberto.  Jayzona’s article titled “A Humanistic Approach to Community Health Education” highlights the Master of Science in Health Sciences program’s Community Health Education track.  In order to increase awareness about the MSHS program, Jayzona described the graduate students’ coursework and service learning projects. Additionally, she explained how the underlying values of humanism and inter-professional collaboration influence their work in school and as future health educators. To read the article, visit the WesternU Web site: http://www.westernu.edu/../../../../bin/communications/humanism-2013-issue.pdf

Masters Special Project/Thesis Presentations

Congratulations to CPM faculty member David Shofler, MSHS ’13, DPM, for presenting his special project: Selection of Podiatric surgery residents: an evaluation, and to Vanessa Beltran, MSHS ’13, for presenting her special project: A culturally sensitive diabetes awareness program for high school students.

New Faculty

Welcome Jeanine Borland Mann, MPH: Jeanine comes to the College of Allied Health Professions after three year advising Osteopathic students at COMP.  During her Jeanine Borland Manntime with COMP she was the Service Learning Course Director teaching Public Health and working with students on projects which impact the Pomona community. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Jeanine has worn a variety of hats in her career.  She was the Director of Fundraising for the Marine Science Institute near San Francisco which provides science education onboard its 90-foot research vessel.  She lived in Kabul, Afghanistan where she was the program advisor for a vocational school for women.  She spent two years in the Central Asian country of Turkmenistan with Peace Corps where she taught health education to doctors and nurses in a hospital setting. Jeanine received her Bachelors of Science in Health Education from CSU Chico and her Masters of Public Health in International Health from Loma Linda University.  She is thrilled to be back in the Inland Empire and looks forward to helping students develop community health education programs in the Pomona area.

SOPHE 65th Annual Meeting

The Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) will hold its 65th Annual Meeting March 19-21, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Inner Harbor in Baltimore, Maryland. The planning committee has selected the meeting theme: “Discovery 2014: New Health Education Strategies, Connections & Ideas;” and the conference subthemes are Child, Adolescent & School Health; Priority Health Issues; Policy, Systems & Environmental Change; and Health Education Technology. SOPHE is now accepting abstracts. The submission deadline is August 27 at 11:59 PM ET. For more information go to http://www.sophe.org/AnnualMeeting2014.cfm.

Alumni Update

The American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians of California (ACOFPCA) inducted its new board members at the 37th Annual ACOFPCA Scientific Medical Seminar on August 2, including President Steven H. Barag, MSHPE ’87, DO, FACOFP, and President Elect Rick Hirsch, DO ’97, MSHPE ’03.

Dr. Tina Meyer, PA ’92, MSHS ’06, Dr. John Tegzes and Dr. Sheree Aston spoke at Collaborating  Across Borders (CAB) IV in Vancouver, BC, Canada on June 13, 2013. Their presentation was titled “Healthcare Administration: Are They Part of the Team?”

Joachim Brown, DO ’05, MSHS ’06, was recently hired as an Assistant Professor of Family Medicine for COMP.

Professional Updates

The next CHES and MCHES exams are on October 19, 2013, and the cycle is now open for registration. For exam eligibility and registration information the link is http://www.nchec.org/exam/eligible/ches/. The MCHES exam registration information is available at http://www.nchec.org/exam/eligible/mches/. Plan now for the October 19 CHES or MCHES exam.  Final (Late) Registration ends September 1, For CHES, the fee is now $330/non-student and $265/student. For MCHES, the fee is now $340/CHES and $390/non-CHES.

Student News

Read the latest updates from the students themselves in the latest Student Government Association Newsletter.

Upcoming Events

August 28: Alumni Summer Mixer. Celebrate summer and reminisce with fellow WesternU Alumni. Join us for an evening of complimentary appetizers, drinks and lively conversation as you meet up with former classmates at Buster’s Lounge at Dave and Busters, Ontario Mills Mall, 6:30-8:30 p.m. To RSVP, contact Susan Terrazas at sterrazas@westernu.edu or 909.706.3476 or Austin Braunwalder at abraunwalder@westernu.edu or 909.469.8495 by August 26.

October 24: WesternU’s Pumerantz Lecture in the evening on campus. Save the Date!

November 9: WesternU’s A Tribute to Caring at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, CA.

See a full list of upcoming events on the Online Alumni Events page.

For more information or to RSVP for these events, please contact the Alumni Office at (909) 469-ALUM or alumni@westernu.edu. 


Department of Physician Assistant Education

PA Profession News

In 1996, the Institute of Medicine defined primary care as”…the provision of integrated, accessible health care services by clinicians who are accountable for addressing a large majority of personal health needs, developing a sustained partnership with patients and practicing in the context of family and community”.  The approaching implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) further continues the drive of primary care, especially accessibility.  One popular primary care concept found in the ACA is the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH), which is best described as a health care model where a patient receives a variety of medical services from various health care providers orchestrated by either some central provider or a group of providers.

The PCMH has been slow to develop, but is becoming more of a hot topic these days.  The Physician Assistant has a role in the PCMH by providing continuity in professional relationships with patients that deliver comprehensive, integrated high quality and affordable care.  The PA must practice collaborative care through leadership and effective information exchange with patients, families, and other medical and non-medical providers.  The key to the PCMH is that care is coordinated and integrated into all facets of a patient’s health care needs such as, but not limited to post hospitalization, nursing homes, skilled nursing facilities, medicaid assistance, transportation, and home health care.

This PCMH concept is somewhat new in the traditional medical community, but for PCMHs to become really effective, the learning concepts must be implemented while the providers are students.  The PCMH concepts have been taught in the PA program for the past several years in the Health Care Delivery Course.  The course presents what a PCMH is, how it promotes quality health care and patient safety.  Outside of the program, the University has instituted an Interprofessional Education Course in which all first-year students from every discipline on campus must participate.  All the students are randomized in groups of 10 students and assigned one faculty facilitator.  The students work through a patient case and use team STEPPS (an AHRQ (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality) teamwork system designed to produce highly effective medical teams that optimize the use of information, people, and resources to achieve the best clinical outcomes for patients) to identify and assist patients with their medical and non-medical needs. Additionally, the group of students formalizes a treatment plan for the patient that would include additional care such as social workers, home care assistance, and counselors.

While the PCMH model is slowly infiltrating the traditional medical community, WesternU has moved ahead of the curve by providing interprofessional education to students to use as a tool for future patient health care.  This type of education is the basis for PCMH.

If you are interested in participating as a facilitator in the IPE Course, please contact the PA Program.  The time commitment is usually two consecutive Wednesday afternoons from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM.  Prior training will need to be arranged.  It is a great experience!

PA Department News

On July 9, the Department of Physician Assistant Education hosted a guest lecture by Andrew Pleasant, PhD, Senior Director for Health Literacy and Research, Canyon Ranch Institute.  His talk was titled, “Health literacy, integrative health, and prevention: Illuminating the path from sick care to health care.”

Alumni & Faculty News

Associate Professor Nancy Nielsen-Brown, MSHPE '02Associate Professor Nancy Nielsen-Brown, MSHPE ’02, PA-C has retired from her faculty position in the Department of Physician Assistant Education. Professor Nielsen-Brown first came to WesternU in 1990 as a guest lecturer for the PA Program and soon after began teaching geriatrics and x-ray interpretation and has been full time faculty with the University since 2000. Over the years, she has taught Adult Medicine for the Physician Assistant Program, neurology and x-ray interpretation for the D.O. program, neurology and pathology for the College of Graduate Nursing and during the summer taught for the Summer Medical Sciences Prep Program. Aside from her teaching, Nancy has been active in the American Academy of Physician Assistants where she has taught workshops and presented lectures on patient skills, neurology and x-ray interpretation. She held the position of Director at Large for the California Academy of Physician Assistants. Additionally, Nancy was instrumental in setting up the PA Program’s Faculty Development Fund which sends new faculty to the Physician Assistant Education Association’s Faculty Development Institute. Aside from her academic life, Nancy has donated her time reading chapters for Reading for the Blind and Dyslexic and is a published author. Currently she is writing a novel and in her spare time, volunteers at her church. Nancy has contributed to the education of over 1500 WesternU PA students, not to mention the other PAs that she has worked with and taught in her tenure as a practicing PA.  Her daily presence will be missed by the Department of Physician Assistant Education, but we hope to see her on a fairly regular basis.  On behalf of the Department of Physician Assistant Education, we would like to thank Nancy for her ongoing dedication and support of Physician Assistants and the PA profession.

Congratulations to the PA Class of 2013 as they have completed their Applied Clinical Project Presentations in early July. The presentations were very informative and provided very up-to-date health care information. The students concluded their week on campus with a Commencement Award Dinner held off campus. In addition to the graduates, other honored guests included College of Allied Health Professions Dean Stephanie Bowlin, MSHPE ’92, EdD, PA, Department Chair Roy Guizado, PA ’94, MSHPE ’97, and the PA faculty.

Brian Tessier, PA ’95, MSHS ’10, has accepted a position on the CAPA Student Affairs Committee.

Tim Wood, MSPA ’02, has been accepted for a presentation at the annual Education Meeting for the Physician Assistant Education Association to be held in Memphis, Tennessee in October. Roy Guizado, PA ’94, MSHPE ’97, will have a poster presentation at the same conference.

Kim Smith, MSPA ’03, is currently practicing family medicine with Beaver Medical Group in Banning.

CPT Kevin Larkin, MSPA ’06, is serving in the Army supporting Afghanistan contingent as Trauma PA.

Jennfier Crabbe, MSPA ’11, is currently practicing family medicine with Beaver Medical Group in Colton. She also works with Operation Community Cares, which helps to support military troops overseas. Her areas of expertise are diabetes, cholesterol.

The PA Department has hired two teaching assistants Casey McCollum, MSPA ’12, and Cathy Chang, MS, PA-C who graduated from the Quinnipiac PA Program a few years ago. We welcome their enthusiasm and contributions to the PA Department.

Student News

PA 2013 Class: At the end of June, the PA 2013 Class celebrated a Graduation Honors Award Ceremony, dinner and dance.  The celebration was very nice and a great time was enjoyed by all.  Additionally, the class officially completed their PA education on July 31, 2013.  The Department wants to congratulate PA 2013 Class for their hard work.  The next challenge is the board examination, a challenge that I know the class is ready to take on.

Chelsea Hemming, MSPA '14PA 2014 Class: The PA 2014 class finished their first year of classroom education in their newly refurbished classroom and is eagerly looking forward to starting rotations.  Chelsea Hemming, MSPA ’14, officially started her term as a CAPA Board Member – Student Representative.

PA 2015 Class: The incoming class is full.  Orientation was held during the first full week of August, along with the Convocation and White Coat Ceremony.

Read the latest updates from the students themselves in the latest Student Government Association Newsletter.

Alumni Preceptor Profile

Originally from Hong Kong, Freddy Chan, MSPA ’03, arrived in the United States when he was 12 years old. He had a few career choices in mind, including pursuing a PhD at MIT, but it was his rich volunteer experiences that steered him toward the Physician Assistant profession.

During his time at UCLA, where he earned his BS in Psychobiology in 1999, he completed a fair amount of volunteer work at LA free clinic (currently The Saban Free Clinic) as well LAC-USC hospital, and it is at these sites where he came to know the PA profession: “I realized that they have a high satisfaction in what they do and are also able to maintain a balanced family life. I enjoy seeing the teamwork in this medical setting where the doctors delegate many important tasks to the PAs and seeing the patient and the health care system benefit as a whole.”

With a smile, he indicates his most memorable moment from PA school was “falling asleep in a big pile of notes and books in the library and at home.” His favorite professors were Nancy Nielsen-Brown (Adult Medicine) and Roy Guizado (Physical Assessment), as he notes that his day-to-day practice is still deeply influenced by their teaching: “I am thankful to them and those who have taught me every time my patients get better. Without my teachers, I will not have the ability to heal.”

His first position upon graduating from PA school was in Rheumatology with Dr. Gerald Ho, where he had been previously employed prior to entering the PA program. “I knew he would make a good supervising physician for me. I was his first PA, and we both learned our way to create the most efficient yet caring team for our patients.  We are seeing the benefit of a good PA-MD relationship and how it is affecting the patients.”

Their practice has been training students for about 3 years, and he enjoys that the students keep him on his toes. “I want to make sure what I am teaching them is correct and lasting. I like to think of showing or teaching them something new before they go home each day.” He recalled an instance when he impressed upon the student the importance of a thorough physical examination: “A patient was complaining of stomach pain, and once we lifted up the shirt, we saw a huge strip of blisters that wrapped around the left side of the abdomen.” The patient reported that he had seen the primary care physician the day before, but the provider did not expose the abdomen during his examination, which caused him to miss the shingles diagnosis. He enjoys teaching because he knows someday a patient will benefit from what he has taught.

Since graduation, he has seen a higher demand for PAs, more legal responsibilities and authorities, and more recognition by the public: “It is such a good feeling to see more and more PAs on business cards brought by patients, referral letters with PA’s names, and prescriptions given by other PAs.” As far as the future of the PA profession, he would like to see AAPA or another advocate promote the profession and how it is impacting the health care system in America. In addition, he would like to see representatives go into those doctors’ offices who are not utilizing PAs to explain to them how PAs can influence their practice both financially and improve the quality of care.

Nicholas and Martin ChanWhen asked about his own future, Freddy believes he has found his niche in the health care world: “I love Rheumatology, so I can image seeing myself working at the same specialty until I retire.  I enjoy serving the aging population and enjoy hearing their stories when their joints are capable for traveling to different parts of the world.” He will also teach and continue his volunteer work as a volunteer provider at the community clinic once a month for Rheumatologic related problems. “I love working as a PA because it gives me extra time for my family and have spare time to give back to the community.” He also has been and will continue to go to the Chinese senior centers to talk about different joint diseases as well as go on a Chinese Radio station to talk about the latest treatments for some of the common joint diseases.

In his leisure time, Freddy enjoys traveling, photography, and singing. He currently resides in Alhambra with his wife, Annie (MSPA ’08), and their sons – 4 year-old Nicholas and newborn Martin.

Upcoming Events

August 28: Alumni Summer Mixer. Celebrate summer and reminisce with fellow WesternU Alumni. Join us for an evening of complimentary appetizers, drinks and lively conversation as you meet up with former classmates at Buster’s Lounge at Dave and Busters, Ontario Mills Mall, 6:30-8:30 p.m. To RSVP, contact Susan Terrazas at sterrazas@westernu.edu or 909.706.3476 or Austin Braunwalder at abraunwalder@westernu.edu or 909.469.8495 by August 26.

October 3-6: California Academy of Physician Assistants’ Annual Conference in Palm Springs, CA. WesternU exhibit booth on October 4 and 5 in the Palm Springs Convention Center, Oasis 4 (277 N Avenida Caballeros). WesternU reception, Friday, October 4, 6:00-8:00 p.m., Renaissance Palm Springs Hotel, Andreas Room (888 Tahquitz Canyon Way).

October 24: WesternU’s Pumerantz Lecture in the evening on campus. Save the Date!

November 9: WesternU’s A Tribute to Caring at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, CA.

See a full list of upcoming events on the Online Alumni Events page.

For more information or to RSVP for these events, please contact the Alumni Office at (909) 469-ALUM or alumni@westernu.edu. 


Department of Physical Therapy Education

Professional Activities

AB 1000 Direct Access to Physical Therapist Services: Professional Corporations passed out of the California Senate Business, Professions and Economic Development Committee in early July and is headed to the Senate Appropriations Committee on August 12. This bill would allow patients to directly access physical therapist treatment for 45 calendar days or 12 visits after which time the patient must be seen by a physician who must sign the plan of care. It also allows for any professional corporation listed in the Moscone-Knox Act to employ all professions included in the Business & Professions Code, including physical therapists, and includes a new subsection for a physical therapy corporation, authorizing physical therapy corporations to employ any health care professional listed in the Business & Professions Code and specify who may be officers, directors, or shareholders of a physical therapy professional corporation.

Alumni News

Associate Professor Dayle Armstrong, DPT ’07, MS, Associate Dean of Research and Professor Donna Redman-Bentley, PT, PhD, and Mary Wardell, DPT ’08, MS, PCS, had a research article, “Differences in Function Among Children With Sensory Processing Disorders, Physical Disabilities, and Typical Development,” published in Pediatric Physical Therapy, 2013:25:315-321.Carlos Roel, DPT '10, with the USA Beach Voleyball U23 Team

Carlos Roel, DPT ’10, is part of the medical staff for USA Beach Volleyball and has traveled with the team to Myslowice, Poland; Anapa, Russia; and Moscow, Russia.

Instructor Steven Snyder, DPT ’12, participated in the 44th Annual Special Olympics Summer Games on June 8-9 at California State University, Long Beach. Dr. Snyder supervised 24 WesternU DPT students in fitness screenings at the FUNFitness booth for the Healthy Athletes Program.

Marijean Piorkowski, DPT ’04, taught the American Physical Therapy Association’s two-day Clinical Instructor Education and Credentialing Program (CIECP) at San Diego State University July 20-21 and at Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center in Downey August 2-3.

Alumni Clinical Instructors

Once again, we are excited to have several of our alumni serving as Clinical Instructors (CI’s). Those serving as CI’s for the DPT Class of 2013 in their final twelve-week clinical education experience  from April through June include: Keneth Chandrasena, DPT ’09, Memorial Medical Center, Long Beach; April Garry Dewey, MPT ’03, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Roseville; Michael Espinosa, DPT ’08, Sharp Memorial Hospital, San Diego; Mary Nell Jeffries, DPT ’10, St, Joseph Hospital, Orange; Jimmy Lin, DPT ’07, Glendale Adventist Medical Center, Glendale; Erin Morrow Mueth, DPT ’08, Rosemary Johnson & Associates Clinic, Monrovia; Laura Murphy, DPT ’10, San Antonio Community Hospital, Upland; Lorenz Nunez, MPT ’01, Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital, Whittier; Alicia Orsini, DPT ’12, Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian, Newport Beach; Matthew Reekstin, MPT ’01, CORE Physical Therapy, Fullerton; and Jenna Tomlinson, DPT ’11, Children’s Hospital of Orange County, Orange.

There is a distinct advantage in being mentored by someone who has had a similar educational experience, and our current students are excited to learn from your expertise. We are always looking for quality clinical education opportunities and are eager to have even more alumni involved in our clinical education program. Please contact Director of Clinical Education Janet Konecne at (909)706-3819 or jkonecne@westernu.edu if you are interested and able to participate as a Clinical Instructor at your clinical facility.

Faculty News

Welcome to Assistant Professor Bhavana Raja, PT, PhD, who joined the faculty in July. Dr. Raja received her PhD in Rehabilitation Science with a concentration in movement science from the University of Florida.  She has extensive research experience in the area of movement sciences with a focus on biomechanical evaluation and rehabilitation of gait impairments in neurological populations. Her teaching experience includes Clarkson University, NY – Department of Physical Therapy and Holy Names University, Oakland CA – Division of Math and Science Medical University.  She has also been employed as a Statistical Research Analyst for the Department of Health Sciences and Research at the Medical University of South Carolina.  Her teaching responsibilities will include research/evidence based practice in the Advanced Standing Program, neuro and movement science content in the Entry Level Program and Capstone Research mentorship.  Dr. Raja’s content expertise will be a wonderful addition to our current faculty.

Professor David M. Selkowitz, PT, PhD, OCS, DAAPM, will present a one-hour webinar in September titled “Electrotherapy for Denervated Muscle” for Aegis Therapies as part of their continuing education series referred to as “Ask the Expert Call Series.” Aegis Therapies is one of the largest and most successful contract rehabilitation companies in the country, providing rehabilitation services primarily to residents of skilled nursing facilities and assisted living facilities with operations at more than 900 locations in 40 states.

Associate Professor Casey ChaneyAssociate Professor Casey Chaney, PT, PhD, CSCS, OCS, as an elected representative of the San Gabriel Valley District of the California Physical Therapy Association (CPTA), attended a special meeting on June 8 of the statewide Assembly of Representatives in Los Angeles. This governing body of the CPTA usually meets annually and is comprised of more than 110 elected representatives from twelve geographical regions of the state. Also, at the San Gabriel Valley District (SGVD) of the California Physical Therapy Association’s July 23 meeting and continuing education course at City of Hope National Medical Center in Duarte, Dr. Chaney, as Chair of the SGVD Nominating Committee, presented the slate of persons running for office on the fall ballot.

Associate Professor Georgeanne Vlad, PT, MA, recently had an abstract accepted for presentation at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Association for the Behavioral Sciences and Medical Education (ABSAME), to be held in October in Newport, R.I. The presentation, “Comparison of Student Empathy Scores Across Four Graduate Health Professions,” is a result of ongoing collaborative research with Dr. Beth Boynton and Professor Suzie Kovacs from CVM, and Dr. Richard Sugerman from COMP.  ABSAME was founded in 1975 as an interdisciplinary professional society dedicated to strengthening behavioral science teaching in medical schools, residency programs, and in continuing medical education. The theme for this year’s meeting is “Humanizing Health Care: Reducing Disparities through Interprofessional Teams.”

Assistant Professor Mary Hudson-McKinney, PT, MS, DPT, NCS was an invited speaker at the 2013 Western Foot and Ankle Conference, which was held June 19-23, 2013 in Anaheim, Calif. Dr. Hudson-McKinney spoke on “Identifying and Screening Community-dwelling Elderly Individuals for Fall Risk” during this four-day annual conference of the California Podiatric Medical Association.

Student News

Student-led fundraising efforts by the DPT classes of 2015, 2014, and 2013 resulted in Western University of Health Sciences being placed on “The List” of 80 Physical Therapy (PT) and Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) schools that contributed to the Foundation for Physical Therapy by participating in the 2012-2013 Pittsburgh-Marquette Challenge. Each year for the past 24 years, students at PT and PTA schools nationwide have made an impact on physical therapy education and research by supporting the Foundation for Physical Therapy through the “Challenge”. To date, students have raised more than $2.5 million to support the Foundation’s doctoral and research grants. Western University of Health Sciences was also recognized at the Foundation’s Gala on June 27 held in conjunction with the Annual Conference of the American Physical Therapy Association in Salt Lake City. To view “The List” and to see our school’s name on the Foundation website, Click Here.

The DPT Classes of 2013, 2014, and 2015 had 24 students who participated in the 44th Annual Special Olympics Summer Games on June 8-9 at California State University, Long Beach, with fitness screenings at the FUNFitness booth for the Healthy Athletes Program. They performed range of motion, strength, and endurance testing, alongside students and PT’s from USC, UCLA, and Chapman University. Two of the WesternU DPT students also worked with podiatry performing foot screenings at the Fit Feet booth. Special Olympics is the world’s largest sports organization for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, providing year-round training and competitions to more than four million athletes in 170 countries The Summer Games is Special Olympics Southern California’s signature competition of the year, featuring extraordinary athletes from San Luis Obispo County to San Diego County. More than 1,100 athletes competed in six sports championships of aquatics, basketball, bocce, golf, gymnastics, and track and field over the two-day event.

Read the latest updates from the students themselves in the latest Student Government Association Newsletter.

Upcoming Events

August 28: Alumni Summer Mixer. Celebrate summer and reminisce with fellow WesternU Alumni. Join us for an evening of complimentary appetizers, drinks and lively conversation as you meet up with former classmates at Buster’s Lounge at Dave and Busters, Ontario Mills Mall, 6:30-8:30 p.m. To RSVP, contact Susan Terrazas at sterrazas@westernu.edu or 909.706.3476 or Austin Braunwalder at abraunwalder@westernu.edu or 909.469.8495 by August 26.

September 20-21: California Physical Therapy Association’s Annual Conference in Pasadena, CA. WesternU exhibit booth (#200) September 20-21 in the Pasadena Convention Center (300 East Green Street). WesternU reception, Saturday, September 21, 5:30-7:00 p.m., Sheraton Pasadena Hotel, Piazza Room (303 Cordova Street).

October 24: WesternU’s Pumerantz Lecture in the evening on campus. Save the Date!

November 9: WesternU’s A Tribute to Caring at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, CA.

See a full list of upcoming events on the Online Alumni Events page.

For more information or to RSVP for these events, please contact the Alumni Office at (909) 469-ALUM or alumni@westernu.edu. 

 

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