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Christopher Bergendahl, '17


Army veteran Christopher Bergendahl '17 is transitioning to civilian life in ENHP's radiologic technology program.  Read morePrograms: Department of Health Sciences and Nursingradiologic technology

Michelle Press, '18


Michelle Press, '18 poised to become the first physical therapy major to perform with The Hartt School's Dance Division and to complete minor degree requirements in dance.  Read morePrograms: physical therapyDepartment of Rehabilitation Sciences

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

Kaitlin 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


Staci Bechard, '13  Learning to teach teachers.Programs: Department of Education

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 orthoticsprosthetics and orthotics

Jay Waller, '11


Jay Waller, '11  My injuries were so severe that it took me two years to recover physically.Programs: physical therapyphysical therapy