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Joining the Front Lines

Texas State University Respiratory Care students are joining the front lines against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ascension Seton Williamson Medical Center in Round Rock has hired 10 seniors from Texas State’s respiratory care program to help shore up a personnel shortage due to the pandemic. “They’re all outstanding students. They are all like the A-Team,” said Gregg Marshall, professor and chair.


Surprise Scholarships

Physical Therapy Students Zoom Into Third Year With $1,000 Scholarships

When online classes resumed for Texas State University physical therapy doctoral (DPT) students, a Zoom meeting wasn’t the only surprise. Department Chair Dr. Barb Sanders told all 42 students they had received a $1,000 scholarship from an endowment established by clients of the university’s physical therapy clinic, Edith and You-Kin Chin. Watch a video of the moment they heard the great news.

Students in a Physical Therapy class