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Radiologic Science Founders Celebration

Radiologic Science Founders Celebration

Friends, family members, alumni, and colleagues came together to celebrate the UNC Chapel Hill Division of Radiologic Science’s founding faculty members, Charles Barry Burns, Janice C. Keene, and Robert L. Thorpe, by naming a Bondurant Hall classroom in their honor on March 4, 2012.

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2012 David E. Yoder Symposium

2012 David E. Yoder Symposium

The UNC Chapel Hill Division of Speech of Hearing Sciences hosted the 2012 David E. Yoder Symposium on March 16 at Extraordinary Ventures in Chapel Hill. Juliann Woods, PhD, CCC-SLP, Professor, Communication Science and Disorders, Florida State University, led the all-day session, titled “Supporting the Families’ Role in Family Guided Routines Based Intervention.” More than 150 speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, educators, and other professionals attended the event.

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Mitchell Symposium in Occupational Science

Mitchell Symposium in Occupational Science

The Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy hosted the second annual Mitchell Symposium in Occupational Science in February 2012. This year’s visiting scholar, Dr. Debbie Laliberte Rudman, presented a seminar to students and faculty, met with individuals and groups throughout the division, and presented a public lecture on February 29 titled “Working Against the ‘Individualizing of the Social’: The Critical Potential of Occupational Science.”

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Lewek Awarded NIH Grant for Research on Improving Stroke Survivors' Ability to Walk

Lewek Awarded NIH Grant for Research on Improving Stroke Survivors' Ability to Walk

UNC Physical Therapy Assistant Professor Michael Lewek, PT, PhD, has received a $400,000 NIH R21 grant to continue work studying ways to help stroke survivors’ improve their ability to walk. Lewek initially pursued this line of research with the help of a NC TraCS $10,000 pilot grant.

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Five UNC Allied Health Programs Highly Ranked in Latest U.S. News Guide

Five UNC Allied Health Programs Highly Ranked in Latest U.S. News Guide

Five UNC Chapel Hill Allied Health Sciences programs were highly ranked in the latest editions of "America's Best Graduate Schools" by U.S. News and World Report.

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UNC DPT Student Receives Mary McMillan Scholarship Award from APTA

UNC DPT Student Receives Mary McMillan Scholarship Award from APTA

Leigh Anne McLaughlin, a third-year UNC Doctor of Physical Therapy student from Fayetteville, NC, has been selected to receive the Mary McMillan Scholarship Award from the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). The intent of the award is to recognize students who exhibit superior scholastic ability and potential for future professional contribution.

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Billie Nelson Named Worthingham Fellow

Billie Nelson Named Worthingham Fellow

Charlene (Billie) Nelson, PT, MA, has been selected as a Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), the highest honor among APTA's membership categories.

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Hacke Receives Distinguished Teaching Award for Post-Baccalaureate Instruction

Hacke Receives Distinguished Teaching Award for Post-Baccalaureate Instruction

Division of Physical Therapy faculty member Jon Hacke has received the 2012 Distinguished Teaching Award for Post-Baccalaureate Instruction. Established by the University in 1995 to acknowledge the important role of graduate-level teaching, this prestigious award includes a cash stipend and framed citation.

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USARIEM Grant Supports Research on New Assessment for Wounded Warriors

USARIEM Grant Supports Research on New Assessment for Wounded Warriors

A new grant from the United States Army Institute of Environmental Medicine (USARIEM) will help UNC Chapel Hill Division of Physical Therapy Professor Karen McCulloch and an interdisciplinary research team further develop a new assessment protocol specifically designed for military service members who have sustained concussions/mild traumatic brain injuries.

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MMDS Graduation and Corporate Partner Recognition

MMDS Graduation and Corporate Partner Recognition

On December 8, 2011, the Division of CLS hosted a reception to recognize the graduating Master’s Degree in Molecular Diagnostic Science students and the MDS Corporate Partners.

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