Boise State University Honors Five Retiring Faculty and Staff Members for Years of Dedication to College of Health Sciences”.

April 9 Celebration Honoring Retiring Faculty and Staff of the College of Health Sciences

Boise State University’s College of Health Sciences is saying goodbye to five esteemed faculty and staff members who are retiring in the spring of 2024. These retirees are being honored for their years of dedication and service to the university, and a special event will be held on Tuesday, April 9 from 3:00-4:30 p.m. in the Bishop Barnwell Room of the Student Union to celebrate their contributions.

Olgie Castillo, who has served as a management assistant in the Department of Kinesiology for 16 years, is one of the retirees being honored. Shawn Dunnagan, a lecturer III in the School of Public and Population Health with 13 years of service, will also be recognized.

Tim Kempf, a clinical associate professor in the Department of Kinesiology, is retiring after 19 years of service to Boise State. Shelle Poole, a divisional dean and clinical associate professor in the School of Nursing, has dedicated 13 years to the university.

Lastly, Sarah Toevs, a professor in the School of Public and Population Health and the director of the Center for the Study of Aging, is retiring after an impressive 24 years of service. Each of these retirees has made significant contributions to the College of Health Sciences and will be dearly missed.

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