The American Society for Clinical Laboratory Scientists has recognized Dr.
Suzanne Campbell, coordinator of the Seward County Community College/Area
Technical School Medical Laboratory Technician program, for her outstanding
service and dedication at the regional level, a recognition she has received
First awarded in 1977, Omicron Sigma is the American Society for Clinical
Laboratory Scientists (ASCLS) President's Honor Roll for outstanding
service. It provides lasting recognition of those dedicated members who
volunteer their personal resources, time, and energy to the ASCLS. Campbell
was previously recognized at the state level in 2005 and 2006.
Currently, Campbell is the past president of the Kansas Society for Clinical
Laboratory Science (KSCLS) and the Region VI Leadership Development
Committee representative. She has previously served as the KSCLS southwest
Kansas district representative, board member, president-elect, and
president. Region VI is comprised of Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Illinois
Campbell also was elected as the program approval review committee (PARC)
chair for the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Science.
She has served on the committee since 2004. The National Accrediting Agency
for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS) is the premier international
agency for accreditation and approval of educational programs in the
clinical laboratory sciences and related health professions through the
involvement of expert volunteers and its dedication to public service.
She also was elected as the American Society for Clinical Laboratory
Scientists Region VI representative on the nominations committee.
Campbell earned a doctorate of philosophy from the University of Nebraska in
educational administration with an emphasis on higher education leadership,
a master¹s degree from Fort Hays State University in educational
administration, and bachelor¹s degree from Wichita State University in