For a student who loves science, sports and helping people, Rehabilitation and Movement Science provides an excellent career path. And if that path leads to an opportunity to accompany alpine ski racing champion Mikaela Shiffrin to slopes in Austria, Switzerland, Croatia, Italy and France, it’s a dream come true.
Collaborating with professionals in diverse fields to solve complex problems is an important component of education in the health sciences. Health care providers share responsibility for team-based, holistic care of patients.
Learning these skills in her first year as a graduate student excites Kira Kamrud, DPT ’21, as she thinks about her future patients.
On paper, Vermont’s 2019 Teacher of the Year is a math teacher, but at the heart of Tom Payeur’s work, he’s a persistence teacher. At Winooski High School, located in the state’s most diverse community, Payeur ’10 G’12 and his colleagues are leveling the education playing field by building and implementing a proficiency-based education model for the school.
- Down Under: Ground-Penetrating Radar Technology Reveals What's Beneath the Surface
- Strong Finish: Professor Karen Westervelt Keeps Team USA Biathlon Juniors On Target
- Arts-Informed Approaches to Learning and the Value of Uncertainty
- Meet Derek Roberts, Doctor of Physical Therapy ‘20
- New Faculty Practice Provides Clinical Opportunities for Future Physical Therapists
- Translating Team Science Into Interprofessional Education
- Food Leader: Alum Joins The Nature Conservancy
- UVM Doctoral Scholarship Recipient Strives to Help Underrepresented Students Achieve Academic Success
- Barbieri and Neidermeier Awarded Funding for Clean Energy Fund Research Project Proposals
- 2018-2019 Rodney L. Parsons Anatomy and Neurobiology Award
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