Michael Harris-Love, PT, DSc, FGSA, FAPTA, Associate Dean and Program Director of the University of Colorado Physical Therapy program (CU PT), has been recognized as a 2022 Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the American Physical Therapy Association (FAPTA). The fellow designation is the association’s highest membership category which is awarded to physical therapists whose careers demonstrate unwavering commitment to the profession and demonstrated leadership across education, practice, research, and advocacy.
Faculty and students from the CU Physical Therapy Program, along with members of the local physical therapy community, participated in the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Leadership Congress in Washington, D.C. on August 14-15, 2022. This annual event is a gathering of the APTA's leadership groups to advance the association through policymaking by the APTA House of Delegates and formal meetings with the APTA Board of Directors, chapters, sections, and academies.
The University of Colorado Physical Therapy Program (CU PT) congratulates Dana Judd, PT, DPT, PhD on her promotion to Section Director of Student Affairs and Faulty Residency Director, and Mary Jane Rapport, PT, DPT, PhD, FAPTA on her retirement.