Occupational Therapy Doctoral Program to Bring Services to Marginalized Populations New Degree Program Will Offer Students Novel Fieldwork Opportunities Their occupational therapy clinical experiences might include working with inmates, homeless people, adolescents at risk, or children with disabilities. Under Program Director Sandra Rogers, students in the Rutgers School of Health Professions Occupational Therapy Doctoral [...]
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Philanthropist and Doctoral Student Gets National Science Foundation Fellowship to Pursue Prostate Cancer ResearchStan Kang2021-07-30T12:54:17-04:00
Philanthropist and Doctoral Student Gets National Science Foundation Fellowship to Pursue Prostate Cancer Research After seeing friends with sick children struggle financially, Michael Craige founded a not-for-profit to help pay costs when insurance and other financial resources get exhausted or expenses go uncovered. His fundraising efforts pulled in $200,000 for the Atlanta-based CiDrep SickKids [...]
Rutgers School of Health Professions Doctor of Physical Therapy Students Receive White Coats at School’s First In-Person Event Since the Pandemic Began Rutgers School of Health Professions Doctor of Physical Therapy program (DPT) held pinning ceremonies in June, the school’s first in-person events since the start of the pandemic. The annual ceremony celebrated [...]
Rutgers School of Health Professions Graduates 504 Students at Virtual 44th Convocation The Rutgers School of Health Professions celebrated its 44th graduating class of 504 students at this year’s Virtual Convocation on Wednesday, May 19. During the online ceremony hosted on SHP’s website, degrees were awarded in 34 certificate and degree programs, [...]
Class of 2021: Christopher M. Cirnigliaro, Ph.D. Health Sciences, Applied Physiology With His Newly Minted Ph.D., This Doctoral Graduate is Ready to Advance Research int Spinal Cord Injuries His interest in performing research in individuals with spinal cord injury was sparked as an undergraduate student while working with a 65-year-old man who [...]
Class of 2021: Shymira Reeves, A.S. Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Treatment Support from EOF Advisors was Key to the Success of Student Struggling with Abusive Relationship, Family Illness Just when she started the degree program that would fulfill her aim of helping others, Shymira Reeves was facing a tumultuous time in her life. [...]