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March 2018 Student Spotlight
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"The Best way to predict your Future is to create it."

 

Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States 

 

The MPTA places tremendous value on our student members. The student members of today will become the future leaders of our organization. Our student members are truly creating their own future; at a very early stage in their careers they see the value in their professional organization.

 

Each month the MPTA will place a spotlight on one of our tremendous student physical therapists or student physical therapist assistants. Please contact Sylvia Czuppon, MPTA Social Media Chair, if you would like to recommend a student for our Spotlight page.  

   

The March Student Spotlight Shines on

 

Emily Mauch!!

 

 

MPTA would like to recognize Emily as the MPTA 2018 March Student Spotlight!   
 

Anticipated Graduation Year:

  • Maryville University Doctor of Physical Therapy Class of 2018
Awards:
  • Nominated for MPTA Outstanding Student Award 2018
  • COSDIA Academic All-American Cross Country/Track Team 2016-2017
  • U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association All-Academic Women’s Cross Country Team 2015, 2016
  • Brother James Gaffney Distinguished Scholar Award for posting a perfect 4.0 GPA during the year
  • GLVC Council of Presidents Academic Excellence Award 2016-2017
  • GLVC All-Conference Cross Country, 12th place 2015
Research:
  • Student Investigator: The Relationship between Hip Flexor Tightness, Gluteus Medius Strength, and Femoral Antetorsion and the Amount of Hip Internal Rotation During Gait in Healthy College Age Students. Maryville University of Saint Louis, College of Health Professions. Department of Physical Therapy. 2016-2017 (Ongoing)

Other Accomplishments:

  • Co-President of Maryville University Physical Therapy Club
  • Maryville Representative for the Missouri Student Special Interest Group
  • PT PALs Mentorship Program
  • Competed in cross country and track and field for Maryville University for 5 years, Team Captain from 2016-2017.

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I feel honored to have been nominated for this award by my professors. My professors at Maryville University have always encouraged me to pursue my professional goals and have instilled in me a passion for advocacy as well. This year I am helping to coordinate a Student Advocacy Dinner at my school, and I look forward to attending MPTA Lobby Day as well to advocate our profession to legislators. I believe that as students we have a strong voice, and it is our responsibility to advocate for our profession because we are the future of physical therapy.

- Emily


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