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Gidusko Honored as Campus Partner of the Game

Written By: MEGAN PABIAN ’06 ’13MA | November 29, 2021
Lana Gidusko, an academic support coordinator in the School of Kinesiology and Physical Therapy, was honored at the UCF vs. USF football game last week for her positive impact on […]

Research in 60 Seconds: Using Strength Training to Improve Aging

Written By: NICOLE DUDENHOEFER ’17 | November 17, 2021
Kylie Harmon’s research explores the benefits of strength training for living a longer, healthier and happier life. Whether it’s solving the world’s biggest problems or investigating the potential of novel […]
Physical Therapy

Staff Spotlight – Liana Perez-Hernandez 

Written By: Drexler B. James'13 | November 17, 2021
When patients enter the UCF Physical Therapy Clinic, Liana Perez-Hernandez is the first smiling face they see. As the medical secretary for the public-facing clinic, she makes sure things run smoothly and patients have a great experience.   […]
Researcher Spotlight

Researcher Spotlight: Jacqueline Towson Advances Early Literacy for Children Through Evidence-Based Practice Research

Written By: Camille Dolan '98 | November 16, 2021
For nearly 15 years before coming to UCF, Jacqueline Towson served in the Georgia and Texas public school systems as a speech-language pathologist and an early childhood special education teacher; and later, as an administrator of those programs. As rewarding […]
Physical Therapy

Nemours Physical Therapists Team Up with UCF Go Baby Go on Car Build

Written By: Megan Pabian | November 9, 2021
On Sunday, five physical therapists from Nemours Children’s Health teamed up with UCF Go Baby Go to build two adaptive toy cars for children with mobility impairments. The cars will […]

New Ph.D. in Kinesiology Approved by the BOG

Written By: MEGAN PABIAN ’06 ’13MA | November 5, 2021
A new Ph.D. in Kinesiology was approved by the Florida Board of Governors Nov. 4, making it the first Ph.D. program in the College of Health Professions and Sciences. The […]
Communication Sciences and Disorders

CSD Faculty, Students and Alumni Present at Annual ASHA Convention in Washington, D.C.

Written By: Drexler B. James'13 | November 4, 2021
Faculty, students and alumni from the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders will participate in this year’s ASHA Convention, both in-person and virtually, from Nov. 18-20 in Washington, D.C. Experts from around the country will share research, […]
Communication Sciences and Disorders

CSD Graduate Student Earns National Scholarship

Written By: Camille Dolan '98 | November 1, 2021
Rocio Velasquez, a master’s student in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, has been named as a recipient of an American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation Minority Scholarship. The $5,000 scholarship was provided […]
Physical Therapy

Beato Reflects on Establishment of PT Board Specialties

Written By: MEGAN PABIAN ’06 ’13MA | November 1, 2021
UCF DPT faculty member Morris “Rick” Beato reflects on “the explosion of knowledge” that resulted from the establishment of clinical specialties in PT, and the work still ahead. You can […]
Center for Autism and Related Disabilities

UCF Art Exhibit Celebrates Unique Talents of Those With ASD

Written By: Camille Dolan '98 | November 1, 2021
Kyle, one of the artists featured at the Lake County Museum of Art during Spectral Evidence IV, performs a harp recital. An art exhibit at the Lake County Museum of [...]

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