1. K-State home
  2. »College of Human Ecology
  3. »Alumni
  4. »Awards
  5. »Alumni Fellows Award
  6. »2015

College of Human Ecology

Alumni Fellows Award

2015 Recipient: Lee Wilbur, MD, FAAEM

Video Presentation: Humility Is Influence: Lessons Learned Attaining a Career in Medicine

Video Lecture for Dr. Lindshield's HN 400 Class: Finding Your Career in Healthcare

Lee WilburLee Wilbur, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences professor and vice chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine in the College of Medicine, built his career around education and program development that advocate for vulnerable populations.

He earned an undergraduate degree in nutrition sciences at Kansas State University in 1995 and a medical degree at the University of Kansas. He completed his residency in emergency medicine at Denver Health Medical Center.

He taught at Indiana University for 10 years before joining the University of Arkansas, where he is also director of interprofessional education for the medical sciences - medicine, nursing, pharmacy, public health, health professions and graduate studies. He works to build teams that function well and achieve high-quality results in the health care environment.

At K-State, he was on the men's rowing team.