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Department of Applied Medicine and Rehabilitation

The department’s programs are designed to develop students into scholarly clinicians who value interprofessional practice. In order to accomplish this, students take courses that increase their depth of knowledge in athletic training, occupational therapy, physician assistant studies and physical therapy through lecture, laboratory, interprofessional activities and discussion. All students have to complete a research experience either through a master’s thesis or graduate research project.

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  • Bayh College students to explore Ireland, England

    The 14-day trip, May 10-23, to Dublin, Belfast and London will include 20 students and four faculty members, including Kathryn Bauserman and Pat Wheeler, who are both professors of elementary, early, and special education in the Bayh College of Education.
  • University recognizes Shakamak State Park and the Friends of Shakamak

    The University has recognized Shakamak State Park and the Friends of Shakamak with the 2014-2015 Recreation and Sport Management - Partner in Excellence Award for supporting experiential learning opportunities with professional work experience.
  • Steidl receives advocacy award named in his honor

    The annual award named in Randy Steidl's honor recognizes the death penalty abolitionist's efforts to advance the cause of justice through education, activism and civil engagement.