MHA Student Association

The UAMS Master of Health Administration Student Association (MHASA) represents all students enrolled in the MHA program.  The MHASA is focused on service, education and professional development of future health care leaders.  The MHASA is involved in many areas, including professional development, networking opportunities, social activities, fundraising, community service, and philanthropic activities.  Students enrolled in the MHA program at UAMS automatically become members of the MHASA and are eligible to serve on committees and access the services offered.

The objectives of the MHASA are:

  • To provide organized student events that promote academic and professional growth as well as the development of social networks
  • To promote student led philanthropic endeavors benefitting the communities of Little Rock and Arkansas
  • To serve as a liaison between the student body and administration of the Master of Health Administration program, bringing to the forefront the issues and concerns of students in MHASA

 

2018 – 2019 Executive Officers

President:  Caroline Parham

Vice President:  Callie Parks

Philanthropy Officer:  Lauren Nielsen

Philanthropy Officer:  Tyler Easley

Communications Officer:  Mariah Fletcher

Social Events Coordinator:  John Hunton

Part Time Representative:  Cara Cox

Secretary:  Lauren Nielsen

Treasurer:  Lorenzo Baldwin

Associations Representative:  Caroline Parham

Junior Communication’s Officer:  TBD

 

MHA Student Association Newsletter

The MHASA publishes a student newsletter three times a year (Spring, Summer, Fall) to highlight the success of the students, faculty, alumni and the MHA Program.  The student newsletters available below:
MHA Student Newsletter – Spring 2018
MHA Student Newsletter – Fall 2017
MHA Student Newsletter – Summer 2017
MHA Student Newsletter – Spring 2017
MHA Student Newsletter – Fall 2016
MHA Student Newsletter – Summer 2016
MHA Student Newsletter – Spring 2016
MHA Student Newsletter – Fall 2015
MHA Student Newsletter – Spring 2015

MHA Student Association Documents