SLU’s Physical Therapy program will hold a research seminar, “Use of an Academic Behavior Assessment and Intervention to Promote Professional Socialization,” at noon on Monday, Dec. 11, in Room 2031, Allied Health Professions Building.
Lisa Dorsey, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training, will lead the seminar. Dorsey served as the associate provost for undergraduate education, associate vice president of undergraduate education, dean for the Doisy College of Health Sciences, and in other academic leadership roles. Dorsey engages physical therapy graduate students and undergraduate health sciences students in the classroom each semester. She has completed a number of research and scholarship projects exploring physical therapy intervention for neurological impairment, higher education organizational structure and student success models in physical therapy.
For more information regarding this event, contact Chris Sebelski, Ph.D., or call 314-977-8505.