Dale Stephenson, director and professor for the School of Allied Health Sciences, has recently been appointed the new dean of the College of Health Professions at Northern Kentucky University. He takes over this role in January of 2018. The College of Health Professions offers programs in Nursing, Radiologic Science, Respiratory Care, and Health Science.
Stephenson worked within The College of Health Sciences at Boise State for just over 14 years obtaining the titles assistant professor, associate professor, full professor and director. Prior to working for Boise State, Stephenson volunteered for the United States Peace Corp. and later worked as a Program Manager at Los Alamos National Laboratory. He then assumed academic positions for the University of Utah and the University of Idaho.
While at Boise State, Stephenson was responsible for the development and implementation of strategic goals and objectives for the departments of Radiologic Sciences, Respiratory Care, Kinesiology and Community and Environmental Health.
Stephenson has received numerous awards while at the university including, the College of Health Sciences’ Excellence in Faculty Teaching Award (2008 and 2011), the College of Health Sciences’ Excellence in Faculty Service Award (2010), and the Provost’s Excellence in Advising Award (2009).
“Dr. Stephenson has done a great job at Boise State and we wish him the best of luck in his new venture,” said Tim Dunnagan, dean of the College of Health Sciences.