Hilary Greenberger of Physical Therapy, is the guest host of the next Faculty Show and Share on Thursday, February 2 at 3:15 pm in the CET (Job 102).
In a collaboration with ITS, 60 short instructional video podcasts were created and distributed on iTunes U to students in the Musculoskeletal Examination and Evaluation course to demonstrate dynamic techniques. Hilary will share how these clips changed the way students approach the learning process in lab and address the preferences of students regarding convenience and availability on a mobile device.
Registration is appreciated but not required since it is a small space.
In continuing Ithaca's track record for scholarly achievements in its undergraduate athletic training program, senior athletic training and physical therapy double majors James Newton (Englewood, FL) and Courtney Woytovich (Shillington, PA) were recently awarded professional scholarships by the NYSATA and EATA, respectively. Jimmy won the Ed Abramoski Buffalo Bills Scholarship from the New York State Athletic Trainers' Association, while Courtney was the recipient of the Henry Schein Inc. Eastern Athletic Trainers' Association Wes Jordan Scholarship Award. Both awards will be given out at the 2012 EATA Annual Meeting to be held Jan. 6-9 at the Westin Hotel, in Boston MA. Congratulations on a job well done Jimmy and Courtney! In the last 3 years, 12 different National (NATA), Regional (EATA) and State (NYSATA) scholarships have been awarded to outstanding Ithaca College athletic training majors for a total of more than $22,000!
Three student groups have been chosen as the first-place winners of Ithaca College’s first Business Idea Competition, sponsored by the School of Business, in the categories of web service, product and software.
Three student groups have been chosen as the...
Founded at Ithaca College in 1928, the Oracle Honor Society’s membership includes the top 10% of students in each school after their first full academic year. Oracle is founded upon the symbol of the star. The five points represent the attributes of excellence for which members of Oracle aspire: Scholarship, Leadership, Loyalty, Service, and Character. The laurel wreath around the star represents the achievements of Oracle members. The wall represents the courage and fortitude shown in order to achieve the ideals of the society, and the light is a beacon for Oracle members in the future. The olive branch is the emblem of peace - the talisman for all Oracle members.
Dr. Chris McNamara was recently invited to speak at the 2011 World Aquatic Health Conference (sponsored by the National Swimming Pool Foundation), held in Seattle Washington October 12-14.