Newsmaker; Greg Frazer |

Newsmaker; Greg Frazer

Greg Frazer, dean of Duquesne University’s Rangos School of Health Sciences

Noteworthy: The Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions honored Frazer with its Legacy of Excellence Award.

Age: 59

Residence: Franklin Park

Family: Wife, Santina; children, Matthew, Courtney and Alexander.

Occupation: Dean of the Rangos School of Health Sciences at Duquesne University for 13 years.

Education: Bachelor’s degree in forensic studies from Indiana University; master’s degrees in sociology and health science from Ball State University; Ph.D. in health administration and education from Southern Illinois University.

Background: Before coming to Duquesne, he held faculty and administrative positions at Ferris State University, University of Central Florida, Old Dominion University and Indiana State University. Board member of the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions, which represents students studying for health care occupations other than doctors and nurses.

Quote: “As a champion for those students, we’re working on getting the same student debt relief measures for them … as medical students and nursing students get when they serve in underserved areas.”

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