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Scholtes named Chair of UIndy’s Krannert School of Physical Therapy

The University of Indianapolis Krannert School of Physical Therapy is pleased to announce that Sara A. Scholtes, PT, DPT, PhD has been hired as the new Chair of the Krannert School of Physical Therapy (KSPT). Scholtes will begin her new role August 1, 2017. “We conducted an extensive search to find the right leader for

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Pre-professional tracks in the medical and health fields

Students planning to pursue a graduate degree in medical or health science fields should seek a university that offers flexible programming with multiple degree paths, personal attention, and support to prepare for the rigorous graduate admissions process.  The University of Indianapolis faculty and staff are experts on helping students find their academic passion and a

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UIndy Krannert School of Physical Therapy snapshot

Holding a spot in the top 25% of the country, UIndy’s Krannert School of Physical Therapy is nationally ranked and produces more physical therapists than any other institution in the state of Indiana. For the past three years UIndy has successfully placed 100% of graduates from the physical therapy program in jobs and for the

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PT professor Slaven honored with national teaching & research award

Emily J. Slaven, PT, PhD, OCS, FAAOMPT, Cert MDT, assistant professor and academic director of the orthopaedic residency program at the University of Indianapolis Krannert School of Physical Therapy, was recognized as the 2015 recipient of the Margaret L. Moore Award in National Harbor, MD recently. The award, presented by the American Physical Therapy Association,

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Community volunteers teach DPT students about life after amputation

Today the second-year DPT class had the opportunity to meet with six individuals from UIndy’s Community Patient Resource Group (CPRG)  to learn about their personal experiences with amputation, resulting prosthetics, and overall impact on their daily lives. The class was split into groups, and each individual group met with 3 of the 6 CPRG patients.

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