College of Health Sciences

West Chester University

Dr. Linda Adams, Dean
Sturzebecker Health Sciences Center
West Chester, PA 19383

2008 Hall of Fame Inductees

Pat Ford-Roegner
Michael Green
Walter E. Funk
Earl W. Mosley, III

Pat Ford-Roegner, B.S. '69

  • Chief Executive Officer, American Academy of Nursing
  • Began her career as a registered nurse with an oncology specialty, and has held senior level health care policy roles both in public and private sectors
  • More than 20 years experience in national health policy and governmental affairs
  • Combined clinical nursing experiences with the community organizing training to advocate for common sense health care
  • Known for work to engage nurses, physicians and other health professionals to be heard by policy makers at the national, state and local level including the White House
  • Frequent contributor to the Journal of Policy Politics and Nursing Practice
  • Lecturer for the Center for Health Policy, Research and Ethics at George Mason University (VA)
  • Inducted into the Academy of Nursing in 1998
  • 1995 Distinguished Alumni Award, University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Social Work and Social Policy
  • Treasurer and founding member of the National Health Policy Council, non-profit host of presidential candidate forums on health care since the 19080's
  • Master's Degree in Social Work and Public Policy from the University of Pennsylvania
  • Bachelor's Degree in Public Policy from WCU
  • Associate Degree in Nursing Science from Gwynned Mercy College (PA)

Michael Green, B.S. '74, M.Ed. '83

  • Professional public speaker, counselor and consultant
  • President, Collegiate Consultants on Drugs & Alcohol
  • WCU Distinguished Alumni Award, 1992
  • Named one of the "Outstanding Young Men of America" 1989
  • Co-Captain, West Chester University Football team, 1973-74
  • First Team All-Conference in Football, 1973
  • Boston Marathon, 1983
  • Keynote speaker at many schools including U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, U.S. Air Force Academy, Dartmouth College, Princeton University, Stanford University, Penn State University, Harvard University, and Ohio State University
  • Consultant to Medical Society of New Jersey Alliance and the Medical Society of Virginia
  • Defensive line coach in football, West Chester University, 1977-81
  • William J. Napier Memorial Award from Hobart College, 2000

Walter E. Funk

  • Teacher, coach, school principal, athlete
  • Chairman of Health Department, School of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, WCU, 1966-1982
  • Faculty member, Health Department, School of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, WCU, 1965-1983
  • Head basketball coach, West Chester University
  • Former principal, athletic director and head basketball and track coach, Coatesville High School
  • Charter Committee Member, Ches-Mont Athletic Leagues
  • Inducted in Coatesville Sports Hall of Fame
  • Member District I PIAA Steering Committee
  • Member, Skull & Bones National Honor Society
  • Received Cheyney University Award for the advancement of human relations through athletics
  • Received Suburban Health and Physical Education Council Award
  • Received B.S. degree from Pennsylvania State University and Med. Degree from University of Delaware
  • Served in United States Navy in World War II

Earl W. Mosley, III '73

  • NFL and University football coach, teacher
  • Inducted into the Dr. W. Glenn Killinger Foundation, WCU Football Hall of Fame, 1990
  • Three-year varsity letter winner in football, 1970-1973. During those three years, WCU won three consecutive Eastern Division Championships and one State Conference Championship
  • Inducted into Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame, Delaware County Chapter, 2007
  • Washington D.C. Coaches Association "Appreciation Award' for Service and Support of their All-Star Football Clinic, 1983
  • Chicago Bears running backs coach, 1999-2005
  • Assistant football coach at University of Kansas( 2006-present), Stanford (1997-98), Notre Dame (1992-96), Temple (1998-92), Northwestern (1984-88), Rutgers (1980-83) and WCU (1979)
  • As a WCU senior, served as team captain and selected first team All-Pennsylvania Conference selection at defensive back
  • Appointed head football coach in 1975 at Chester (PA) High School, and named Coach of the Year during his CHS tenure by the Delaware County Daily Times
  • Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout and member of the Order of the Arrow
  • Served two years as a member of the United States Army with a tour of duty in Vietnam with the 1st Air Calvary Division Battalion, 1st of the 5th Charlie Company