Submitted on behalf of Provost Marisa Kelly:
Plans for uniting the physical therapy program on South Hill are progressing on schedule, and I wanted to provide the campus community with an update on how that move will prompt some additional moves by other programs and operations.
As you may remember from our June announcement, we were able to take advantage of the renovation work already underway in Hill Center to include construction of the cadaver and movement analysis laboratories in that project. We are well into the construction design phase for those labs, which will be used not only by our physical therapy students and faculty, but also by other programs in the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance and elsewhere at the college.
As planned, students currently in the physical therapy program will remain in Rochester through the end of the summer of 2014, with the new facilities opening for the 2014–15 academic year.
ITHACA, NY — The Ithaca College Alumni Association recognized the outstanding contributions to the college and community of four alumni and a former administrator at the Blue and Gold Appreciation Gala, held on Oct. 12, as part of Alumni Weekend.
Video profiles on each of the award winners can be found ...
ITHACA, NY — Ithaca College students continue to score well above the national average on certification exams for both athletic training and physical therapy.
Over the last three years, the Ithaca College pass rate for the Board of Certification exam for athletic trainers has been 100 percent, with 47 out of 47 Ithaca graduates passing on their first try. The national...
Barbara Belyea, Clinical Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy, and Ithaca College Physical Therapy graduate student Julie Orlando recently published a research article in the September issue of Journal of Athletic Medicine. The article, titled “A Case Study: The Self-Determination Theory and the Integration of Smartphone Technology to Enhance Adherence to Home Exercise Programs,” was based on an independent study Orlando completed in the OT/PT Clinic last year.