It was a cold, rainy national Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) this year in Washington D.C., but that did not stop almost 17,000 people, including several from Regis University, to attend! Regis students and faculty not only learned the latest happenings from others in our field of physical therapy, but also took roles in presenting their … Continue reading Presenting At CSM 2019, Washington D.C.
Farewell Marcia Smith!
Name: Marcia Smith, PT, Ph.D. As we sadly said farewell at the end of the summer to another beloved faculty member, Marcia Smith, who has been with us at Regis for 20 years, second-year student Meg Kates made sure to catch some of her words of wisdom before her retirement! Read the interview below for … Continue reading Farewell Marcia Smith!
Regis DPT Students Present: “LGBT+ 101”
Regis University first-year DPT students Felix Hill, Hannah Clark, and Taylor Tso recently held a session for their classmates entitled “LGBT+ 101 for Student Physical Therapists.” The presentation covered foundational terminology and concepts related to LGBTQIA+ communities, a brief overview of LGBT+ healthcare disparities, as well as tips for making clinical spaces more inclusive. Here … Continue reading Regis DPT Students Present: “LGBT+ 101”
7 Reasons You Should Take a Gap Year Before PT School
Name: Courtney Hardin, Class of 2018 Undergrad: Washington State University (GO COUGS) Hometown: Spokane, WA Fun Fact: I'm obsessed with my dog. If you’re currently reading this blog asking yourself, “Is it a good time to go to school right now? Should I take a year off before I apply? Should I even take 2?” Well, this … Continue reading 7 Reasons You Should Take a Gap Year Before PT School
What is the Regis DPT Interview Like?
Name: Monika Teter, Class of 2019 Hometown: Los Alamos, NM Undergrad: Colorado State University Fun Fact: I had a 5th wisdom tooth that had to be removed in 5th grade! We all remember sitting down for hours at a time: filling out PT school applications, finally hitting the daunting submit button, … Continue reading What is the Regis DPT Interview Like?
The Best Loss I’ve Ever Had
Blogger Katie Ragle, Class of 2018, writes about her experience at the National Student Conclave held in Miami, Florida over the October 27-29th weekend. Let me tell you about my trip to Miami. It all started with an email from a fellow Regis student that read, “Hey Katie! I just tagged you in a Twitter … Continue reading The Best Loss I’ve Ever Had
Then and now: Meet Alumna Erin McGuinn Kinsey
Erin graduated from the Regis DPT program in 2010 and is now a pediatric physical therapist for Aurora Public Schools; she also serves as a Clinical Instructor for current students. Name: Erin McGuinn Kinsey, Class of 2010 Hometown: Denver (but grew up in Georgia, Alabama and Florida) Undergrad: University of Florida (Go Gators!) Fun Fact: I am a huge … Continue reading Then and now: Meet Alumna Erin McGuinn Kinsey
Meet the Class of 2019 President: David Cummins
Name: David Cummins, Class of 2019 Hometown: Cortez, CO Undergrad: Fort Lewis College Fun Fact: I've moved 17 times since graduating high school When I received a letter from Regis University notifying me that I’d been accepted into their DPT program, I panicked. I had been working hard to get into PT school, but the reality of … Continue reading Meet the Class of 2019 President: David Cummins
Move Forward 5K/10K Recap
Ryan Bourdo recaps our successful 5k/10k fundraiser (September 17, 2016)!
Upcoming Event: ADVENTURE FEST!
If you love mini golf, go karts, food and craft beer, you do not want to miss the awesome event coming up this Saturday, October 8th! The Regis DPT class of 2018 is hosting Adventure Fest to raise money for our Regis graduation celebration. It’s also an opportunity to celebrate fall, have fun with family … Continue reading Upcoming Event: ADVENTURE FEST!
6 Weeks into PT School: Meet Kelsie Jordan
Name: Kelsie Jordan, Class of 2019 Hometown: Portland, OR Undergrad: Oregon State University Fun Fact: I spent the summer of 2014 studying in Salamanca, Spain. If I had to describe the first few weeks of PT school in one word, it would probably be “overwhelming.” I don’t even mean that in a negative way— so many of the experiences … Continue reading 6 Weeks into PT School: Meet Kelsie Jordan
Student Involvement in the Colorado APTA
The faculty at Regis strongly encourages leadership from its students because it knows that those who care enough to be the change they want to see move our profession forward. Rest assured that over the course of your time at Regis there are many opportunities, both formal and informal, to either try leadership for the … Continue reading Student Involvement in the Colorado APTA