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Evan Papa, PT, DPT, PhD

 

 

Evan Papa, Physical Therapy Program Assistant Director, based at ISU Meridian, runs Rock Steady Boxing Program for Parkinson's Patients

SRCS' why

Nancy Devine Faculty photo           Cindy Seiger Faculty photo

Nancy Devine, PT, DPT, MS              Cindy Seiger, PT, Ph.D., GCS, CEEAA

 

 

ISU Physical Therapy Program professors and students researching the use of Virtual Reality for people with chronic hemiplegia.

 
Collaborative Idaho State University clinic changes lives for persons who stutter
From left, standing: Taylor Narayanan, ISU grad student; Michael Green and Tanner Gilkeson, clinic clients; and ISU grad students Kyle McIntosh and Cameron Mutchler. Front, Luis Rodriguez, ISU Ph.D. student, and ISU professors Dan Hudock and Chad Yates.

 

 

 

 

Grant awarded

ISU-Meridian professors Gabe Bargen, PhD, audiology, and Kristina Blaiser, PhD, speech-language pathology, received a nearly $300,000 grant to improve outcomes for children who are deaf/hard of hearing. Grant funding from the Oberkotter Foundation will help the parents of children who are deaf and hard of hearing in Idaho to better understand their child’s needs at a very early age.

 

Congratulations to Sign Language Interpreting on their program accreditation!

ISU houses the only accredited Sign Language Interpreting program in the state of Idaho 

This accreditation confirms ISU's Sign Language Interpreting program:

  • meets recognized national standards of interpreter education, including curriculum and highly qualified instructional faculty
  • has a curriculum that follows best practices and meets national standards, including a rigorous field experience
  • is a program striving to be the best in the education of sign language interpreters, sharing a common goal of graduating highly qualified interpreters

Accrediting body: Commission on Collegiate Interpreter Education (CCIE)