The scholarship is awarded to a DPT student who demonstrates leadership, strong communication or public service, perseverance through unforeseen or uncommon obstacles, and financial need.
The scholarship is awarded to an incoming Doctor of Physical Therapy student who is a non-resident of Florida and who demonstrates evidence of leadership and strong community public service.
The scholarship, which supports full tuition and all expenses during the entire DPT program, was awarded to Berneta Boldin.
Seventeen PT alumni have recently received specialist certifications through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties or have graduated from their residency programs.
Thanks to a generous gift from Arlyn Thobaben, the Equal Access Clinic student leadership group was able to purchase artwork to promote health and wellbeing for community members who attend the clinic.
Rolf and Anne Kuhns have made a major estate gift to the department of physical therapy, expanding on the endowed chair and the scholarship fund they established in 2006.
After a heartbreaking personal loss, PT alumna Sally Darlin traveled to Nepal where she hiked part of Mount Everest and met some special children.
Congratulations to Melissa Cere whose practice, Kinetix Physical Therapy in Gainesville, is one of the world’s 100 fastest-growing, Gator-owned or Gator-led businesses for 2019.
Jessica Dunn and Meghan Kettles are using a robotic device to help patients walk independently.
As a touring physical therapist, she works with performers in national Broadway productions.