Posted: Wednesday Nov 9, 2011
Ten Saint Vincent College graduates who now work in various health professions spoke to current students about career opportunities at the annual Pre-Health Professions Career Night Program in the Dr. Frank Luparello Lecture Hall of the Sis and Herman Dupré Science Pavilion at Saint Vincent on November 8. Br. Norman W. Hipps, O.S.B., left, president of Saint Vincent College, and Dr. Stephen Jodis, right, dean, Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and Computing, welcomed, from left, Joseph A. Altier, D.C., C’95, chiropractor in Jeannette; Angelo DeMezza, M.D., C’69, associate medical director, UPMC Health Plan; David J. DeRienzo, M.P.T., C’91, physical therapist, UPMC Home Health; Clement A. Guarlotti, D.M.D., C’67, prosthodontist in Greensburg; Michele L. Jacobson, D.O., C’92, physician in Jeannette; Constance H. Donovan Matson, D.V.M., C’04, veterinarian in Ligonier; Michael E. Rhodes, Ph.D., C’93, associate professor of biology at SVC; Rachel M. Stevenson, P.A.-C., C’97, physician assistant, VA Primary Care Center, Greensburg; and George M. Toohey, O.D., C’70, optometrist in Charleroi and Latrobe. Missing from photo is Allen A. Dzambo, Jr., D.P.M., C’93, podiatrist, Excela Health in Latrobe. Nearly 100 undergraduates attended the program.