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The School of Health Professions has been located at 6011 Harry Hines Blvd. since 1983.

Jon W. Williamson, Ph.D.
Interim Dean

Jon Williamson, Ph.D., is responsible for overseeing the school’s academic programs, budget and finances, strategic planning, clinical operations, and research programs. He has previously served as Chair of the Department of Health Care Sciences, Assistant Dean for Research, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, as well as the Director of a Center for Interdisciplinary Research and a Center for Teaching and Learning. He received his Ph.D. from the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Ft. Worth, completed his training as a research fellow in Cardiology at UT Southwestern and joined the faculty in School of Health Professions in 1995. He is a fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine and his research programs have focused on neural control of the circulation, neuroplasticity and cortical remapping following injury and rehabilitation. As a Distinguished Teaching Professor, he also has keen interest in interprofessional education, healthcare teams and student performance. He joined the Dean’s Office in 2007.

Kim Hoggatt Krumwiede, MA, CMI
Assistant Dean of Student Affairs and Educational Technology

Kim Hoggatt Krumwiede earned bachelor’s degrees from both Saint Olaf College in Minnesota in 1984 and the University of Wisconsin – Madison in 1987. She earned her master’s degree in Biomedical Communications – Medical Illustration from UT Southwestern Medical Center in 1994. Her past research efforts included patient education for medically underserved populations and research and development of multimedia applications in biomedical environments. Her current research efforts include educational technology and interprofessional education in the health care environment. Ms. Krumwiede joined the Dean’s Office in January 2013 as Assistant Dean of Student Affairs and Educational Technology with duties including the oversight of student activities and effective implementation of learning technologies for the School of Health Professions.

Bernadette Nagib, M.B.A., CPC

Bernadette Nagib joined the Dean’s Office in 2013. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Southern Methodist University in 1999 and her Master’s in Business Administration in 2009 from the University of Texas at Arlington. She has worked in health care since 2001. As Director, her responsibilities include managing the School of Health Profession’s fiscal resources. She also serves as Director of the School’s Faculty Service, Research, and Development Plan.

Geoffrey Grabow, M.Ed.
Executive Assistant

Geoffrey Grabow joined the Dean’s Office in July 2005. He earned his Master of Education degree in College Student Affairs from Azusa Pacific University in 1999 and has extensive experience in higher education administration. His duties include oversight of administrative staff, financial affairs, and providing counsel to the School’s academic departments on administrative and personnel matters.

Marcie Hanson
Senior Administrative Associate

Marcie Hanson joined the Dean’s Office in March 2007 from the Department of Biomedical Communications. Her duties include administrative management of Dean’s office staff calendars and events, management of travel for the Dean and staff members, management of human resource activities and faculty appointments, web maintenance, and support of academic committees.

Ana Herrera
Administrative Associate

Ana Herrera joined the Dean’s Office in February 2008 from AMH Transport. Her duties include event management, accounts payable items, managing administrative supplies, student tutoring, and new student orientation.

Angela Massey
Senior Administrative Assistant

Angela Massey joined the Dean's Office in 2013. Her duties include receiving calls and visitors to the Dean's Office, managing administrative supplies, and inventory control.