HSHP Graduate Student Tim Reynolds (Physical Therapy) Selected as National Scholarship Award Recipient
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.
The Sidney D. Rodenberg Memorial Scholastic Award is the highest honor given to students in the Allied Health Sciences School of the Alpha Eta Honor Society. The award is given annually to the top Allied Health student in the United States.
Tim was inducted into the Ithaca College chapter of Alpha Eta National Allied Health Society in February 2012, just prior to his completion of a bachelor of science degree in clinical health studies in May. He is continuing on in the Physical Therapy program at IC in the 2-year graduate program in pursuit of a doctor of physical therapy degree.
Tim will be presented with the Rodenberg Award during the Alpha Eta Society Annual Meeting (which will be held in conjunction with the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions National Conference) on Friday, October 26, 2012 in Orlando, Florida.
Please join us in congratulating Tim on this prestigious honor!
Originally published in Intercom: HSHP Graduate Student Tim Reynolds (Physical Therapy) Selected as National Scholarship Award Recipient.