Rehabilitation Science Celebrates Graduation

The Division of Rehabilitation Science celebrated its PhD graduates on May 14 with a commencement ceremony held at the McNamara Alumni Center. Commencement was a joint endeavor between MS and PhD graduates from the College of Biological Sciences and Medical School basic sciences programs. Five Rehabilitation Science students participated in this years event, along with their advisors. Students participating: Christine Cabelka (advisor Dr. Dawn Lowe), Tonya Rich (Dr. Bernadette Gillick), Jeffrey Chih-Huang Yu (Dr. Virgil Mathiowetz), Becky Lawrence and Justin Staker (both with advisor Dr. Paula Ludewig).

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