School of Health Technology and Management Collection
School of Health Technology and Management at Stony Brook University
Transferred by the School of Health Technology and Management at Stony Brook University in 2018.
Extent, Scope, and Content Note
The collection is comprised of 1.25 linear ft. of documents, catalogs, videos, and yearbooks that document the School of Health Technology and Management at Stony Brook University from 1965 to 2009.
Arrangement and Processing Note
The collection is arranged in the order it was received.
Processed by Kristen J. Nyitray and Lynn Toscano in June 2019.
Restrictions on Access
The collection is open to researchers without restriction.
Rights and Permissions
Stony Brook University Libraries' consent to access as the physical owner of the collection does not address copyright issues that may affect publication rights. It is the sole responsibility of the user of Special Collections and University Archives materials to investigate the copyright status of any given work and to seek and obtain permission where needed prior to publication.
[Item], [Box], School of Health TEchnology and Management Collection, Special Collections and University Archives, Stony Brook University Libraries.
Source: "Stony Brook University School of Health Technology and Management Strategic Plan, 2010-2020"
"The School of Health Technology and Management was established in 1970 by Dr. Edmund McTernan. The School of Allied Health Professions, (SAHP) as it was initially known, was one of the first schools to be developed in support of what was to become the highly anticipated Stony Brook University Hospital, which opened in 1981. At a time when most allied health profession programs were hospital based certificate programs, the school met a growing local need for quality health care professionals and attracted high caliber clinical faculty to educate the next generation.
By 1993, the school had a new dean in Dr. Lorna McBarnette, who ultimately decided to change the name of the school to what she felt more accurately reflected the programs and mission of the school, and so the School of Health Technology and Management was born. Change was once again on the horizon in 1999, after McBarnette's departure, and the present administration assumed full responsibility of the school. Since then, the school has seen significant changes in its culture that have resulted in unprecedented growth in both enrollment and demand for its students. With a well deserved reputation for producing outstanding health professionals in all disciplines, SHTM has maintained its focus on high quality education with an interdisciplinary approach to the process while expanding its offerings to include graduate education in the fields of physician assistant education (MS), physical therapy (D-PT) and occupational therapy (BS/MS.) Concurrently, Dean Lehmann broadened his mandate to include a stronger focus on research efforts by the faculty. Such a change required an adjustment not only in the number of faculty but on the training required by each. For example, in 2000, of 45 full time faculty, only 7,( or 15%), were doctorally prepared, compared to 27 of 65,( or 43%) in 2010. While such a dramatic change has required willingness on the part of all concerned to rededicate themselves to a new direction, the investment has been well worth it.
Today, the school boasts a two million dollar sponsored research benchmark stemming from a diverse pool of funding agencies. From pediatric obesity and cancers, to women's cardiac issues and tele-health Ie-health advances that will surely change the landscape of health care for the foreseeable future, SHTM faculty continue to embrace and indeed, lead the way in their respective fields. Now the largest school in the Health Sciences Center with over 1072 students, SHTM stands poised once again to not only serve its local and national constituencies, but to further demonstrate that it is a leader among schools of its kind. In fact, in the fall of 201 0, SHTM received approval of a new PhD program in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences (HRS) which will prepare researchers, educators, and leaders with the advanced skills related to health and rehabilitation sciences needed by academic institutions, government agencies, consulting firms, and the private sector. "
State University of New York at Stony Brook -- History.
State University of New York at Stony Brook.
Stony Brook University. -- Health Sciences Center.
Stony Brook University. -- School of Medicine.
Higher education and state -- New York (State) -- History -- 20th century.
State universities and colleges -- New York (State) -- History -- 20th century.
Higher education and state.
State universities and colleges.
New York (State)
Stony Brook University.
Universities and colleges -- Faculty.
New York (State) -- Stony Brook.
Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions (ASAHP), Meeting, Ohio State University,
Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions (ASAHP), Regional Training Institute, July 22-25, 1973
photographs of juniors and seniors, 1990
McTernan, Edmund J.
National Allied Health Week display, 1989
Physical Therapy yearbook photographs, 1990
Physician Assistant (PA) program, 1993
School of Allied Health Professions (SAHP) convocation, 1993
School of Allied Health Professions (SAHP)/Nursing Christmas party, 1987
School of Allied Health Professions (SAHP) and Harriman graduation, 1982
School of Health Technology and Management (SHTM), 1995
School of Health Technology and Management (SHTM), commencement, 1995
School of Health Technology and Management (SHTM), convocation, 1997
School of Health Technology and Management (SHTM), Ed Salsberg lecture, 1994
Summer Youth Health Careers program (SYHC), 1994
Visit of Mr. Edwards, Australian Allied Health educator, May 1975
Photographs, 1970s (4f)
Photographs, 1980s (2f)
Potographs, 1990s (2f)
School of Allied Health Professions (SAHP), photographic slides, 1970s
Assorted clippings, flyers, programs, newsletters
School of Allied Health Professions (SAHP), Final report, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Project
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Becoming a Physical Therapist…: a Humorous view of Physical Therapy Education at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1971-1986.
A Walk Through the Past Twenty Years, 1990 (School of Allied Health Professions, SUNY at Stony Brook)
[Yearbook], 1991 (School of Allied Health Professions, SUNY at Stony Brook)
Golden Reflections, 1992 (Yearbook of the School of Allied Health Professions, SUNY at Stony Brook)
Photograph album, first annual senior convocation, 1972 (School of Allied Health Professions)
Photograph album, second annual commencement ceremonies, 1973 (School of Allied Health Professions)
Photograph album, commencement, June 25, 1999 (School of Health, Technology, and Management)
“The Health Sciences Center in four decades, tape #1, Organizing the Center, 1963-1970” (VHS videocassette)
“The Health Sciences Center in four decades, tape #2, Making the Center, 1970-1980” (VHS videocassette)
“The Health Sciences Center in four decades, tape #3, The Center matures, 1980- “ (VHS videocassette)