College of allied health professions

Support The college of allied health professions

Today’s complex health care requires professionals in many disciplines – physicians, nurses and a growing number of allied health professionals who provide important professional and technical knowledge and skills. Nationally and internationally recognized as a leader in patient care, research and education, the College of Allied Health Professions offers programs for 10 professions, including medical technology, physical therapy and physician assistants. The college provides the opportunity for students to study a wide range of professional positions in the medical field. Your gift has a marked effect on UNMC students as they obtain an education that will prepare them for their future careers.

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College of Allied Health Professions Innovation Fund

A gift to this fund provides general help to the College of Allied Health, enabling it to lend support to areas, projects and programs of greatest need.


Clarence & Nelle Gilg Allied Health Professorship for Teaching Excellence & Innovation

Support this fund which will be available to all of the College of Allied Health Professions Programs.


Jessica Janssen Wolford

Senior Director of Development, UNMC Health Sciences

Jessica joined the foundation in 2021, bringing with her extensive experience in higher education and the nonprofit sector. She earned a bachelor’s degree in business from UNL and an MBA from Midland University, where she also worked in development. At the foundation, Jessica leads the Health Science development team for UNMC and seeks support for the College of Allied Health Professions and the Munroe-Meyer Institute. Jessica enjoys connecting donors who have a passion for changing the world with innovators at the university who can make that change happen.

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