Notable: Lacey Rahmig

Lacey Rahmig (Dental) accepted an invitation to return for a fourth consecutive year to the advisory board of the state’s dental sciences program, which provides high school students with first-hand looks at becoming dental assistants, hygienists, and dentists. First available during 2008 at Southwest Career and Technical Academy, the program has helped 320 students explore career options in dental sciences. Rahmig, who was nominated to the board by a faculty member in her master’s program, has worked with a six-member team to develop standards, revise the dental science assessment, complete an item analysis, create and edit 300 questions for the program’s exam bank, and set individual cut scores for articulation.

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