I am a first-generation college student for both undergraduate and graduate studies, and receiving a doctorate in physical therapy feels like such an accomplishment for both my family and me.
I began to understand the need for public health-educated individuals in all disciplines, including healthcare, if we are to address the complex health problems that our communities face.
I am a first-generation Palestinian-American, and a first-generation college student. My family emphasized hard work, education, and diligence, which propelled me into college and graduate school. Their kindness and support helped fuel my passion and allowed me to pursue a career in Clinical Psychology.
Being a part of the department that provided me with the education to practice physical therapy is a unique opportunity that is irreplaceable. When working at the Physical Therapy Institute, I enjoy working alongside my colleagues, and assisting in developing the best path of multidisciplinary treatment of our patients.
I got activated for the COVID-19 Task Force. I spent four months vaccinating people against COVID-19 in different cities throughout the state of Illinois. I vaccinated about 1,000 people.
I hope they learn O.M.T. can be fun and that it is an art as much as a science. Finding and treating dysfunction through the myriad techniques we have developed that save a patient time, pain, and frustration puts our body IQ to the test every day, which often enhances our ability in our other clinical purviews.
National Immigrant Heritage Month
Panel Gives First-Generation College Students the Opportunity to Share Experiences at Midwestern University
According to the Center for First-Generation Student Success, roughly one third (42%) of college students identify as first-generation students.
No matter your level of awareness, the Office of Student Financial Services provides tools to help you understand your finances.
The Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) is a reauthorization of the Higher Education Act.
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