The dean and vice president of academic affairs at Rocky Vista University in Parker has feceived a Presidential Award of Excellence. Thomas N. Told was recognized for his dedication to osteopathic …
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The dean and vice president of academic affairs at Rocky Vista University in Parker has feceived a Presidential Award of Excellence.
Thomas N. Told was recognized for his dedication to osteopathic medical education, according to a news release. Told was integral in the creation of tracks and special programs, simulation initiatives, and the Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences and Physician Assistant programs at Rocky Vista, a private osteopathic medical school.
During his 35-year career, Told has also served on several committees and has been a member of numerous organizations including serving as president of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians and was one of the authors of the first standards for the organization’s Rural Family Medicine Track.
He is a past board member of the Center for Personalized Education for Physicians and founding member of the Colorado Physicians Health Program.
The award was established in 2017 to honor and recognize the faculty members who consistently demonstrate excellence in the scholarly activity of teaching, service, and research. While the award is bestowed by the university president, the recipient is chosen by his or her fellow faculty members.
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