If you are a graduate of the Brooks College of Health, you likely have experienced the good fortune of having Dr. Pam Chally as your dean or professor. If you were a student before her time, your degree undoubtedly has gained value from her leadership.
Pam's dedication has made the Brooks College of Health what it is today – a highly competitive college offering a wide range of undergraduate and graduate degrees in eight healthcare disciplines. Under her direction, the School of Nursing pass rates on the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) are significantly higher than state and national standards, the Physical Therapy Program has received top national ranking, and the Brooks College of Health now offers one of only two Doctorate in Clinical Nutrition degrees in the country.
Pam will retire from her position as dean in June 2017, and we would like to give her a good send-off by raising much needed funds for the Brooks College of Health. Your support is essential and covers an array of needs like scholarships, program enhancements, equipment and technology. We as for support because we know how important this is to Pam, and we want to help secure her legacy by bolstering these critical resources. Whether you walked across the stage to shake her hand at graduation or simply know how impactful her time at the Brooks College of Health has been, I hope you will join me in honoring Pam by making a contribution to the Brooks College of Health today.
Thank you for your consideration!
John A. Delaney
President, University of North Florida
P.S. You can show your gratitude for Dean Chally's impact on BCH alumni everywhere by donating online at www.unf.edu/give and choosing Brooks College of Health.
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