- Dr. Sandy Ross on the publication of her article “Reliability of sagittal plane hip, knee, and ankle joint angles from a single frame of video data using teh GAITRite camera system”. This article was authored with several of our DPT graduates and based upon their research project.
The history of the collaboration between Maryville University and RehabCare, along with Konrad Dias, PT, DPT, CCS and Erin Wuerz, MPT (Class of 2004), are featured on page 5 of the August issue of RehabCare’s SPOT ON Newsletter for students and faculty.
Dr. Sangoseni is pictured here with Dr. Martha Banda-Chalwe, PT, PhD, Head of Physiotherapy Dept, College of Medicine, University of Zambia, and a member of the local organizing committee of the WCPT-Africa 2014.
Dr. Sangoseni is pictured here with attendees and members of Zambian Society of Physiotherapy after an educational session.
Dr. Sangoseni pictured here during a Q and A on evidence-based practice presentation.
Dr. Sangoseni pictured here with PT delegates from Namibia and Zambia during registration and delegate credentialing process on the first day of the congress.
At the successful conclusion of the WCPT-A 2014 Congress, Dr. Sangoseni pictured here with the Dr. Marilyn Moffat, PT, PhD, WCPT president and US delegate, and Dr. Aimee Stewart, PT, PhD, delegate from Republic of South Africa and chair of International Scientific Committee for WCPT 2015.
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.