Katy Mitchell '94 is currently a full professor in the School of Physical Therapy in Houston, TX and the Coordinator of Post-Professional Studies.
Even if she had done nothing else at Pacific, Varina French ’56, MS ’65 would have been remembered for her 17 years spent coaching women’s volleyball, softball, track and field and gymnastics, and for becoming the first female physical education department chair in the West.
Congratulations to Physical Therapy faculty members Dr. Rebecca Reisch, Dr. Tzurei Chen and Dr. Kimberly Malin on achieving certification from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS). All three faculty earned ABPTS certification in areas connected to their teaching, scholarship, and practice.
Pacific University's Physical Therapy Program was honored to co-host Dr. Laurita Hack, PT, DPT, PhD, MBA, FAPTA at the end of the spring semester. Dr. Hack is Professor Emeritus, Department of Physical Therapy at Temple University in Philadelphia.
Members of the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program Class of 2019 celebrated their graduation at The Evergreen on Friday, May 17 in Portland with their partners, family, friends, and faculty.
Pacific University’s Physical Therapy Program Participates in Hillsboro School District’s Healthy Kids Track Meet
Eight Pacific University students and alumna volunteered to help support Hillsboro School District’s Healthy Kids Track Meet in May.
Tabitha Galindo '19 has received American Physical Therapy Association’s (APTA) Mary McMillan Scholarship Award, the organization’s most prestigious student award
Dr. Stacy Wong, PT, DPT, PCS will join the Physical Therapy Program as a full-time faculty effective the 2019-2020 academic year.
The Physical Therapy Program would like to congratulate 2019 scholarship awardees, who were selected based on a variety of criteria including professional involvement, leadership endeavors, community service, and academic and clinical standing, among others.
For the second year in a row, School of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training students volunteered for Community Action, a non-profit organization that assists residents of Washington County in need. During their annual benefit, Kaleidoscope, our students assisted by registering guests and processing gifts.