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2022 UW-La Crosse Physical Therapy - Occupational Therapy Career Fair

Thursday, April 7, 2022

1:00 - 4:00 pm

Registration deadline: Friday, March 25, 2022

Registration will be limited to the first 40 registrants.

 

2022 Career Fair Registration

Where:

UWL Student Union - Bluffs Room

Programs represented:

Physical Therapy (DPT): approx. 45 students graduating Spring 2023

Occupational Therapy (MSOT): approx. 25 students graduating December 2022

Registration Fee:
$275


Registration Submission:

Registration is closed

Payment Options:

Checks or money orders:
     Payable to: UWL PT Student Professional Development Fund
     Mail to: UWL Health Professions
     1725 State St
     4033 HSC
     La Crosse, WI 54601

Credit card:
    Please visit UWL Foundation.
    Under "Select the area you wish to support" please select "College of Science & Health (CSH)"
    Under "Designation" please select "Other" and enter "UWL PT Student Professional Development Fund" in the "other designation" field
    Lastly, enter the registration amount in the "Donation" area

UWL PT Student Professional Student Development Fund
The fund is used to support students to attend professional conferences, present research at meetings, offset costs for special educational experiences, and provide other resources for their professional development. Your participation in this event makes these opportunities possible!

Occupational Therapy Student Scholarship Fund
This fund supports several scholarships that are awarded to students prior to internships to help defray the extra costs associated with travel and moving for internships.   


Practice interviews:
Students are invited to practice their interviewing skills and seek advice from employers during practice interviews.  Please indicate your desire to participate in this activity by checking the box on the registration form.

Questions may be directed to Pete Amann at pamann@uwlax.edu


 

Health Professions kudos

Nishele Lenards

Nishele Lenards, Health Professions, co-authored the article "A case study of DIBH to spare abdominal organs at risk for renal cell carcinoma MR-guided radiotherapy" in the Medical Dosimetry journal published on Feb. 23 by Elsevier. This was the result of a graduate student research project.

Submitted on: May 3

Nishele Lenards

Nishele Lenards, Health Professions, co-authored the article "Robust optimization used to mitigate setup uncertainties in vulvar patients receiving VMAT" in the Medical Dosimetry journal published on Dec. 31, 2021 by Elsevier. This was the result of a graduate student research project.

Submitted on: May 3

Renee Dade, C.N. Vannatta, Thomas Kernozek and Bryce Ertman

Renee Dade and C.N. Vannatta, both Doctorate in Physical Therapy; Thomas Kernozek, Health Professions; and Bryce Ertman, Physical Therapy student; co-authored the article "Offloading Effects on Impact Forces and Patellofemoral Joint Loading During Running in Females" in Gait and Posture published on Wednesday, Feb. 16 by Elsevier. This work received some support from Lightspeed Lift (Duluth, MN).

Submitted on: Feb. 16

Thomas Almonroeder

Thomas Almonroeder, Health Professions, co-authored the article "Intra-Rater Reliability of Goniometry to Measure Scapular Protraction and Retraction" in the Journal of Hand Therapy and was accepted for publication by Elsevier. The study was conducted in collaboration with faculty from the Doctor of Occupational Therapy Program at Huntington University (Fort Wayne, IN).

Submitted on: Jan. 21

Amanda Carpenter and Melissa Weege

Amanda Carpenter and Melissa Weege, both Health Professions, presented "Acquiring Observation Experiences with Online Observation Modules" at American Society of Radiologic Technologists- Radiation Therapy Conference on Oct. 26 in Chicago, IL.

Submitted on: Nov. 1, 2021