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Department of Applied Medicine and Rehabilitation

The department’s programs are designed to develop students into scholarly clinicians who value interprofessional practice. In order to accomplish this, students take courses that increase their depth of knowledge in athletic training, occupational therapy, physician assistant studies and physical therapy through lecture, laboratory, interprofessional activities and discussion. All students have to complete a research experience either through a master’s thesis or graduate research project.

Events

  • Please join us for an afternoon of painting. The sensory garden is a new addition here at Indiana...
  • Final grading deadline for all Summer courses is Noon on Tuesday, August 2
  • Please join us for a morning full of fun and gardening activities. The sensory garden is a new...
  • Indiana State University’s student organization, State Dance Marathon (StateDM), will partner with...

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  • 31 selected for University Honors Scholarships

    The students chosen for these competitive scholarships demonstrated high levels of academic achievement throughout high school and during an on-campus interview process.
  • President’s Scholars announced for 2016-17

    The President's Scholarship, awarded to 20 incoming students, provides full, in-state tuition and premium housing and has a total four-year value of more than $78,000.
  • Meet our scholars: Lena Grunloh

    Meet our scholars: Lena Grunloh

    Lena Grunloh, an athletic training major from Effingham, Ill., is a recipient of the Hines Memorial Medal, which is awarded to seniors with the highest GPA.