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Physical Therapy DPT student Timothy Reynolds was recently awarded the 2012 Sidney D. Rodenberg Memorial Scholastic Award. Given annually by the Alpha Eta Society, the national honor society for the allied health professions, the Rodenberg Award recognizes outstanding scholarship by an undergraduate pursuing a program in allied health.
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The Physical Therapy students on the Rochester Campus have scheduled a speaker for Wednesday, October 31st at 6pm in Textor 101(via video conference for Ithaca Campus) . The speaker is Ray Ciancaglini, a former boxer, who suffers from the side effects of repeated concussions.
As part of Ithaca College's Family Weekend, the Physical Therapy Club is hosting the 5th Annual Bomber Blitz 5K Walk/Run.
The School of Health Sciences and Human Performance is pleased to share that the Alpha Eta Society's National Awards Committee has selected Tim Reynolds (first-year graduate student, Physical Therapy) as this years recipient of the Sidney D. Rodenberg Memorial Scholarship Award.