The culminating experience for the Doctor of Physical Therapy degree consists of an evidence-based review and meta-analysis answering clinical questions asked by each third year DPT student. All 49 students presented their individual studies in a public forum at our Annual Spring Symposium held on March 5, 2016. Peers, students, faculty, clinicians, and guests attended the presentations. The day began with introductory remarks by Course Director, Dr. Diane D. Allen, followed by the keynote speaker, Dr. Philip Sabes. Dr.
Congratulations to DPT Class of 2016 students Jason Gee and Carolina Zubiri, Apple Teaching Award Recipients for the second time! These awards are given for outstanding teaching efforts in the School of Pharmacy, and are based on student evaluations. Jason and Carolina received this honor in the Winter of 2015, and again in the Fall of 2015. “For me, teaching is an amazing experience! I had a great experience inspiring students, challenging them to think critically, and encouraging them to have fun while learning,” said Jason.
Congratulations to Richard Souza, PT, PhD, Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science! Dr. Souza was awarded the Early Career Investigator Award in Biomechanics Research from the Biomechanics Special Interest Group of the American Physical Therapy Association Section on Research. This award is given to an early-career investigator who is nationally recognized as an emerging expert in biomechanics. The award acknowledges Dr.