Army-Baylor Receives National Recognition at ACHE CongressMay 16, 2017
By Dresden Hale
PHOTO: Lt. Col. Forest Kim (center) receives an Army Regent Award for Career Achievement from Col. Mark Swofford (Army ACHE Regent) (left) and Maj. Patrick Sargent (MSC Corp Chief) (right).
The Army-Baylor MHA-MBA Program garnered national recognition at the 2017 American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Congress on Healthcare Leadership on March 29 in Chicago, Illinois.
The program received two national awards at conference. The first was the 2016 Higher Education Network (HEN) Award for the highest engagement of a graduate program with ACHE. The second was the Richard J. Stull Student Essay Competition, in which they won second place in the Graduate Division.
In addition, Army-Baylor faculty members won several Joint Federal Sector and Army Regent Awards.
The conference aims to support Army’s efforts at enhanced diplomacy and awards those who go above and beyond. Over 4,000 participants from all 50 states and over 30 countries were in attendance.