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All Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions (RMUoHP) graduates are members of the RMUoHP Alumni Association, and there is neither a fee to join nor annual membership dues.

Alumni Association Activities Include:

Projects for Support:

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Student Success

“I had the opportunity to be mentored as I began to treat patients and learn of what it meant to be a pro bono-providing clinician. Many of the patients completely lacked the ability to pay for medical care and were very humbled by the manner in which the physical therapist respected them and motivated them to become more involved in their own care.

– Crystal Miskin

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The Alumni Association is governed by the Alumni Association Committee

Objectives of the Alumni Association Committee:

  • Develop, foster, cultivate, and maintain a unified Alumni Association
  • Develop a variety of programs for alumni to enable them to continue their affiliation with RMUoHP

Members of the Alumni Association Committee:

Dr. Clawson received his Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions (RMUoHP) in 2013. He is currently the Director of the Community Rehabilitation Clinic sponsored by the RMUoHP Foundation, a lab instructor in the RMUoHP entry-level Doctor of Physical Therapy program, a home health physical therapist, and a strength and conditioning coach for a local high school in Utah. He received a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Brigham Young University (BYU), and was a starting linebacker for the BYU football team. During his last year at BYU, he worked as an assistant strength and conditioning coach with the football, basketball, baseball, and rugby teams. Dr. Clawson enjoys spending time with his wife and their three children, playing sports, hunting, fishing, and hiking.
Mrs. Newmeyer received her Bachelor of Art in Humanities and Comparative Literature, Master of Library Science (MLS), and Doctorate of Jurisprudence (JD) from Brigham Young University (BYU). She worked as Reference Librarian at the Howard W. Hunter Law Library before and after completing her JD. She left BYU to raise her young family while doing freelance legal work for various attorneys and law firms, later returning to full-time employment in 2008 as librarian and adjunct paralegal instructor for Broadview University. In 2014, she was appointed Executive Librarian for her region and provided leadership and training for other librarians. She is also an evaluator for the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). In 2016, she joined Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions as Associate Medical Librarian. Karen loves to help others, whether by helping them find the latest information on a particular subject or just finding a good book to read. She enjoys reading, making handmade lace, singing chorale music, and cooking. She and her husband Vincent have four children, three daughters and one son.
Mr. Kubina serves as the Admissions Advisor and Enrollment Engagement Coordinator at RMUoHP. He graduated from Carroll University, Waukesha, Wisconsin, with a BA degree in Social Work, and continued his education at the Utah College of Massage Therapy. He brings over eight years of admissions and enrollment management experience to the university. His higher education background includes working in an admissions office of a private liberal arts institution as well as a state university in the Midwest. Currently he facilitates all aspects of admission advising and coordinates prospect engagement efforts with our Graduate Student Ambassador program. He spends his free time with his wife and three children.  You will usually find them together enjoying the outdoors and spectating at the local sporting events.
Mr. Morris currently serves as the RMUoHP Foundation Director and Grant Writing Specialist at RMUoHP. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree from Brigham Young University, and has been working with non-profit organizations for 34 years. In his career, Vic has served as the Director of Development for the Boy Scouts; Director of Planned Giving for a Hospital foundation; fundraising consultant for 25 colleges and technical institutes across the U.S. on major gift campaigns; on site supervising consultant for the University of Kentucky’s $46 million Library Campaign and $40 million Community Colleges Campaign; Executive Director for Diablo Valley College Foundation in Concord, California; successful grant writer for Fresno County Economic Opportunities Commission Head Start-Preschool program; and founder of a non-profit foundation and Chapter of The First Tee providing life skills and core values to youth ages 7 to 18 involving over 2,500 boys and girls. Mr. Morris loves spending time with his grandchildren, working with youth as a volunteer, and golfing with family and friends.
Dr. Moscicki was born and raised in Batavia, New York, a suburb of both Rochester and Buffalo, New York. He has an AAS degree in Communications from the Genesee Community College, a BS in Communications and BSN in Nursing from the State University of New York College at Brockport, an MS degree in Nursing from the University of Rochester as a Family Nurse Practitioner, and a Doctorate in Nursing Practice from RMUoHP. His Capstone project at RMUoHP was titled, “Increasing access to health care through faith based hypertension screening program.”

He is the owner of Genesee Health Care, a family practice in Batavia, New York, and he has served on several boards for the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners as a State Representative and Regional Director. He has been honored as the State of New York Nurse Practitioner of the Year for his clinical expertise, service and commitment to his profession. An Ordained Deacon in the Catholic Church, and active in his community, he has served on several community boards for the Genesee Orleans Ministry of Concern, and the Batavia Housing Authority, and as a former Council Person for the City of Batavia. Dr. Moscicki is married and has two sons, and he enjoys coaching ice hockey and playing golf.

Dr. Rolen obtained his Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) degree from RMUoHP in 2013.  Prior to earning his OTD at RMUoHP, he earned a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy and a Bachelor of Health Science from Spalding University.  Dr. Rolen currently works with veterans at the Robley Rex Veteran Affairs Medical Center in Louisville, KY.  He has served seven years with the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT), including five years on NBCOT’s Certification Examination Validation Committee.  In addition, he currently serves on the National Veteran Affairs Occupational Therapy Field Advisory Council
Dr. Skurja is one of the three co-founders of RMUoHP, and he currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer and Director of Continuing Education. He graduated from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado with BS degree in Biological Science, the Mayo Foundation Physical Therapy Program with a Certificate in Physical Therapy, the University of Southern California with a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy, and Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions with a Doctor of Physical Therapy. Prior to joining RMUoHP his career included 23 years in the US Navy as a clinician, educator and hospital administrator, owner of a private practice in San Diego, California specializing in electrophysiologic testing, and one of the two co-founders of Electrophysiologic Testing Seminars and the Institute of Clinical Electrophysiology. Dr. Skurja enjoys spending time with his wife working in their garden, traveling, golfing, and babysitting their grandchildren.

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