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Dan Fisher is an Assistant Professor and the Assistant Chair for Administration and Operations in the Department of Rehabilitation Science and Technology. He is responsible for planning, directing, coordinating and providing leadership for the day to day administrative operations for the Department. The Department is designed to provide leadership in research, education and clinical practice related to rehabilitation of individuals with disabilities and the elderly. He holds an undergraduate degree in Economics from Rutgers University in New Jersey and a Master's degree in Healthcare Administration from Baylor University, Waco Texas.

Fisher served in the US Army for over 25 years, retiring in 2009 with the rank of Colonel. He has over 35 years of healthcare administration and project management experience in a variety of business and healthcare delivery settings. He has a strong background in personnel management, project management, strategic and operational planning, problem solving, team building, customer service, training and decision making. In addition, he has extensive experience working with local, state and federal agencies in emergency management planning.


Department of Rehabilitation Science and Technology


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