Jill Cadby changes lives for a living.
For most physical therapy students, landing a job at one of the country’s leading rehabilitation centers would be the ultimate career goal realized. For Jill Cadby, it’s her everyday reality. Thanks to the physical therapy program at Ithaca College, Cadby changes lives every day at the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation.
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Intrigued by the idea of spending a Spring or Fall semester in New York City with fellow IC undergraduate students for an outstanding academic and personal experience?
HSHP and H&S students are invited to attend an information session on Tuesday, September 18, 2012, Hill Center 57, 12:10-1:00pm.
Assistant Professor Kathryn A. Caldwell (Psychology) and Associate Professor Julia Lapp (Health Promotion and Physical Education) publish article titled “using food ethnographies to promote systems thinking and intergenerational engagement among college undergraduates” in the Journal of Food, Culture & Society.
Listening to music through personal MP3 players at loud volumes has been linked to noise-induced hearing loss.