SPTRS Students Promote Careers in Physical Therapy

Bethune Cookman full sizeSix DPT students representing the USF Health School of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Sciences visited Bethune-Cookman University on February 20 to discuss education and careers in Physical Therapy.

Shoshanna Rahming, Justine Boyce, Jasmine Evans, Kristina Peart, Marvin Morissaint, and Sarah Thompson spoke about their education and future profession in front of an assembled audience of students, faculty and administrators at the Daytona Beach, Florida campus. They were accompanied by SPTRS Director Dr Sandy Quillen and Matt Smith, Academic Program Specialist.

Bethune Cookman University is one of three private historically black colleges in the state of Florida with a diverse and international faculty and a student body of more than 3400.