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Casey Beasley, '13, M '15


When Casey Beasley approached her professor, Michael Wininger, about building a prosthetic finger as a University Honors Project in 2013, she had no idea that her project would take off the way it has.   Read morePrograms: prosthetics and orthoticsresearchDepartment of Rehabilitation Sciences

Desiann Anglin, ' 15


Desiann balanced school and work to graduate in three years.  Read morePrograms: Department of Health Sciences and Nursinghealth sciences

Kayla Kershaw, '17


Selected to participate in Radiologic Science Student Leadership Development Program.  Read morePrograms: radiologic technologyDepartment of Health Sciences and Nursing

Katlin Olson, '15 and Jessica Worroll, '15


Nursing graduate students mobilized support at the state capitol to improve medication safety.  Read morePrograms: Department of Health Sciences and Nursingnursingresearch

Meagan Syta, '15


ENHP's Greenfield and Syta present research on improving vocabulary of kindergarten students.  Read morePrograms: Department of EducationResearch

Lisa Wisniewski, '17


Doctoral student in educational leadership is helping to shape the immigration reform.  StoryPrograms: educational leadershipDepartment of Education

Alyssa Englert, '15


Basketball player Alyssa Englert honored at the NCAA Women's Final Four.  StoryPrograms: Department of Rehabilitation Sciencesphysical therapy

John Busque, '14


Three seniors earn track & field All-Academic honors.  StoryPrograms: Department of Health Sciences and Nursing

Staci Bechard, '13


Learning to teach teachers.  StoryPrograms: Department of Education

Alex Samson, '13


Alex Samson: Reflections on a semester abroad in Kenya.
Video and  Study Abroad BlogPrograms: physical therapyDepartment of Rehabilitation Sciences

Taber Hammond, '13


There is a growing need for prosthetics and orthotics because more people are losing their limbs due to diabetes and other medical complications.  Video and StoryPrograms: prosthetics and orthoticsDepartment of Rehabilitation Sciences

Nicole Mester, '12


The most rewarding part of being a student teacher is having my students gain an understanding of what I taught them.  Video and StoryPrograms: Department of Education

Jay Waller, '11


My injuries were so severe that it took me two years to recover physically.  Video and storyPrograms: physical therapyDepartment of Rehabilitation Sciences

Latasha (Jarrett) Raineault '10


Latasha Jarrett, a high jumper and multi-event athlete for the track & field team, graduated in 2008 with a degree in physical therapy.  VideoPrograms: physical therapyDepartment of Rehabilitation Sciences