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Lenosky Named President of Health Communications Association

Lenosky Named President of Health Communications Association

Chuck Lenosky, Creighton University director of learning environments and senior project manager for health sciences in the Division of Information Technology, has been named president of the Health and Science Communications Association (HeSCA).

HeSCA’s mission is to advance an international community of professionals dedicated to promoting excellence in health and science communications through leadership, education, and the application of technology.

During his 25 years at Creighton, Lenosky has developed expertise in instructional technology, specifically new classroom design and video conferencing. He also has been involved in the state of Nebraska’s development of a Telehealth Videoconference Network.

Lenosky received HeSCA’s Distinguished Service Award in 2006. The award recognizes association members who have demonstrated an outstanding level of service in a variety of areas over a long period of time.