KINGSVILLE, Texas — Fadi M. Alkhateeb, B.S.Pharm., MBA, Ph.D., director of assessment and associate professor of economic, social and administrative pharmacy at the Texas A&M Health Science Center Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy, has been selected as a Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Management Education Fellow for 2013-2015.

The accreditation fellowship program is designed for individuals with the potential to make significant contributions to health services administration education.

“During my appointment, I will have opportunities to work with highly regarded practitioners from significant organizations in the pharmaceutical and health care industry and academicians from leading health care education programs who serve as commissioners,” Dr. Alkhateeb said.

Fellows participate in commission activities, which offer them the opportunity to learn about the process, achievements and challenges of evaluating professional education. Fellows serve as the secretary for three to four accreditation surveys during the term of their appointment, attend two commission meetings over an approximate two-year period and participate in the fellowship training programs.

— Cheri Shipman

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