Konrad Dias, PT, DPT, CCS received the Outstanding Faculty Award for 2014.
Kathy Griffith, PT, NCS received the College of Health Professions Outstanding Adjunct Award for 2014.
Pawprint, Maryville’s online student-run newspaper, hosted the Golden Louies Award Ceremony on April 9. The Golden Louie Award was established to honor the faculty and staff who always go above and beyond, and deserve recognition for their hard work. This was the first year for the awards. Ten categories were created. Students, faculty, and staff were asked to nominate the faculty or staff member who they thought best deserved each award. Dr. Sangoseni received the most nominations for Most Generous.
Dr. Sangoseni was presented with the Outstanding Adviser of the Year Award during the All Faculty meeting on May 5.
The Physical Therapy Program mourns the loss of Joel Roschnafsky, who passed away at the age of 34 on Friday, April 25, after a long battle with stomach cancer. Joel earned a master’s degree in physical therapy from Maryville University in September 2003. He is survived by his wife, Sasha, who earned her doctor of physical therapy degree in 2011 from Maryville; his parents, Rebecca and Kurt; and his brother, Ryan.
Follow this link to read the Athletic Department’s tribute to Joel as assistant women’s soccer coach.
Sixth year DPT students, Amanda Parrish, Anne Kilian, Courtney Dolles and Kaylee Yates attended the National Student Conclave in Louisville, Kentucky (Oct. 24-26, 2013).
The NSC was a great way for these students to network with other students from other PT programs as well as potential employers all across the United States. They learned about residency programs, fellowships, and certification. They also had the opportunity to take courses on interviewing, resume writing, and financial planning. The NSC was a wonderful experience for them and a great way to learn about the opportunities available to them after they graduate!