Meet the USC DPT alumni who have created an organization, offering free physical therapy treatment to protesters injured peacefully demonstrating against systemic racial injustice.
Student-led organization PTMLA aims to promote diversity in physical therapy. BY MICHELLE MCCARTHY June 2018 YOU COULD SAY THE PHYSICAL THERAPY PROFESSION has a bit… Read more »
Revisiting the division’s inaugural Diversity Story Slam, where faculty, staff and students shared five-minute stories showcasing the importance of diversity and inclusion.
The organization, Girls Overcoming Obstacles Daily (GOOD), will focus on students facing health and resource disparities in South Central Los Angeles.
Only 5 percent of practicing physical therapists are African American. Melodie Daniels DPT ’21 hopes to change that, serving as a role model to other people of color.
Unpacking the LGBTQQIA+ acronym with a discussion about the intersection of identity and biology. BY K. MICHAEL ROWLEY PhD ’18 November 2019 Understanding the unique… Read more »
The unique partnership aims to prepare traditionally underrepresented students to enter USC’s top-ranked doctor of physical therapy program.
Jessica Nguyen DPT ’19 shares her message of diversity and inclusion with the APTA.