Associate Dean and Director of Health Professions Advising Glenn Cummings was recently awarded the Northeast Association of Advisors for the Health Profession Award for Outstanding Service.
In presenting the award, then NEAAHP President Kristin R. McJunkins said:
"This advisor has served as a health professions advisor for many years, starting in the southern region at the University of Virginia and here in the northeast at Princeton, briefly at Franklin and Marshall and now at Bryn Mawr. For many years, he served on the NAAHP Communications Committee, and has been an Assistant Director of that committee...He has served as editor of publications such as Write for Success, and has been developing the online Letter-Writer toolbox. This advisor has spearheaded surveys of admissions deans and advisors to collect perceptions and share information regarding the value of letters and elements that result in useful letters of evaluation. Earlier, this advisor served on the AAMC Committee that also looked at this topic and created a resource for advisors. As a director now of a Postbac Program, this advisor has also served as a member of the NAAHP Postbac Interest Group, which is now Committee, and has been involved in vetting and providing input on the Liaison initiative to create a CAS for postbac programs. Please join me in recognizing Glenn Cummings as our 2018 Outstanding Service Award Recipient."
NEAAHP is the professional association for staff and faculty at colleges in the Northeast who advise students in preparation for entering the health professions.