Looking back

The Physical Therapy Class of 1961 poses for a group portrait along with faculty and staff of the program. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the college’s first graduating classes. Physical therapy, occupational therapy, medical technology, rehabilitation counseling and speech pathology graduates of 1961 will be invited to campus in October for the Grand Guard celebration to mark this milestone anniversary.

Share this article with others:
  • E-mail this story to a friend!
  • Facebook
  • Digg
  • Twitter

Summer 2011

New UF technique may help quell cholera outbreaks

A new technique can track rapid molecular changes that occur in cholera strains during epidemics.

Small device may be a big help

A hand-held device developed by UF researchers that strengthens the muscles involved in swallowing can address a serious symptom of Parkinson’s disease.

Life after polio

Polio survivors visited the Doctor of Physical Therapy classroom to teach students about the special needs of patients with Post-Polio Syndrome.

Q & A with our outstanding alumni

We asked our 2010 Outstanding Alumni honorees to share their favorite UF memories, best lessons learned, and more.

...also in this issue



In Every Issue