Cuzzolino Awarded Certificate of HonorJanuary 16, 2018
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) has announced that Robert Cuzzolino,
EdD, vice president for graduate programs and planning, is the recipient of the PCOM
Alumni Association’s Certificate of Honor— the highest award given by the Association
in recognition of distinguished services rendered and loyal devotion to the welfare
and strengthening of PCOM. Dr. Cuzzolino will be honored at PCOM’s Founders’ Day luncheon
on Friday, January 26.
Over his past 40 years at PCOM, Dr. Cuzzolino has demonstrated loyal dedication to
strengthening the well-being of the College by serving as the driving force behind
the expansion of the College’s graduate programs.
While leading the College’s current graduate degree offerings in clinical, counseling
and school psychology, biomedical science, physician assistant studies, organizational
development, forensic medicine and pharmacy, Dr. Cuzzolino leads development of new
degree offerings on both the Philadelphia and Georgia campuses
Dr. Cuzzolino is committed to developing partnerships between PCOM and other institutions
and has created several dual-degree programs. While serving in his previous position
as assistant dean for educational resources, he developed PCOM’s DO/MBA and DO/MPH
programs, the first such combined programs in the country.
Along with development of the College’s graduate programs and dual-degree partnerships,
Dr. Cuzzolino oversees all academic planning for the College. He has led the College
through numerous institutional self-studies and accreditations and manages program
approvals and related government relations. Dr. Cuzzolino has served as a lecturer
in Medical Ethics and Law for the Physician Assistant Studies and Doctor of Osteopathic
Medicine programs as well as a lecturer in the areas of administration, consultation,
supervision and health policy for the Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology
Dr. Cuzzolino earned his EdD in educational administration from Temple University
in 1988 and his MEd in counseling in higher education from Kutztown University in
1977. He holds an AB in psychology and English from Muhlenberg College.
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