The Student Chapter of ACHE
The Executive Board
- Joseph Spinelli III: President
- Michael Christian: Vice President
- Beth Leboranti: Vice President of Corporate Relations
- Sana Khan: Vice President of International Relations, GCESO Liason
- Diane Knoblach: Vice President of Community Relations
- Wendy Moreno: Historian
- Nick Hancock: Mentor Program Program Chair
- Justin Scopelliti: Alumni Relations Chair
- Caryn Ewbank: Vice President of Professional Relations
- James Dalkiewicz: Treasurer
- Chelsea Murtin: Vice President of Event Fundraising
- Layla Al Turabi: Secretary
- Nicholas Hancock: Mentor Program Chair
- Faculty Advisor: Dr. Daniel West
The 18th Annual Healthcare Symposium
The University of Scranton Masters of Health Administration program, a participant in the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Higher Education Network, will be hosting its 18th Annual Healthcare Symposium on Thursday, April 18, 2013. The purpose of the 18th Annual Healthcare Symposium is to promote closer relationships with the regional community of healthcare professionals, students, and consumers while providing continuing education for professional development. This year's symposium is entitled "Innovation in Population Health Management".
International Dinner - Tuesday, November 5, 2013
The International Dinner is a potluck event held each year where students and faculty are invited to prepare and present dishes that reflect their heritage and nationalities.
Holiday Alumni Networking Event
Each year, the Holiday Alumni Networking Event brings together current MHA students and MHA alumni to network and discuss the latest topics in healthcare.
Annual Spring Barbeque
Dr. Spinelli hosts the Annual Spring Barbeque at his home outside of Scranton each year, giving MHA students and faculty the chance to interact outside of the program.
MHA Alumni Society Golf Tournament
For students that are interested, the MHA Alumni Society golf tournament is held in the spring. At this event, students and faculty join teams and enjoy a competitive round of golf.
Students are encouraged to take part in the mentor program, which pairs first year students with second year students to facilitate networking and to allow first year students to obtain valuable advice from second-year students regarding the program, coursework, and career planning.