Alumni Reception at the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Combined Sections Meeting

Wednesday, February 5, 2014, Las Vegas, NV

Alumni, students, and faculty gathered for an alumni reception, cosponsored by the Office of Alumni Relations and the Department of Physical Therapy, during the APTA meeting. The event was a great opportunity for students to meet and mingle with alumni.

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Back row, left to right: Shiju Scariah DPT’12; assistant professor of physical therapy Shaun Varrecchia, DPT; Department of Physical Therapy chair Marc Campolo PT, PhD; Erin Mattia DPT’12; professor of physical therapy Carol Maritz, PT, EdD; Rebecca Stroup DPT’12; assistant professor of physical therapy Lisa Hoglund, PT, PhD; and associate professor of physical therapy Greg Thielman, PT, MSPT, EdD. Front row, left to right: Kimberly Jones DPT’12, Heather Nunemacher DPT’12, and Pia Leone DPT’12. Left to right: Stephanie Chen DPT’14; William Moore DPT’13; assistant professor of physical therapy Shaun Varrecchia, DPT; Lincy Varughese DPT’13; Marco Salinas DPT’13; John Jemison DPT’13; and professor of physical therapy Carol Maritz, PT, EdD.

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