FOUR PT STUDENTS WIN RUDIN SCHOLARSHIPS

Posted by vanessa on April 13, 2018

The Rudin scholarships are awarded in the spring of each funded year to students in the Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, School of Nursing, Mailman School of Public Health, Center for the Study of Society and Medicine, and the Programs in Occupational Therapy and the Program in Physical Therapy.

We are pleased to announce that the following physical therapy students have been selected to receive the $10,000 Rudin Scholarship for the academic year 2017-2018. All are from the Class of 2019, in their second year of study:

Kayla Coutts
Jane Oh
Leah Wylie
Kyle Zreibe


Kyle Zreibe is also the recipient of the $1,500 Louis and Emmanuel G. Rosenblatt Foundation. Inc. Scholarship.

The students were honored at a special ceremony held on April 10th at the School of Nursing.

All the PT students are academically strong, meeting the criteria for Academic Honors. They are passionate about helping others and have amassed numerous volunteer hours both within the Washington Heights community and internationally. They have provided student leadership within the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA); and have participated in research activities that will contribute original findings for the care of their clients.

We sincerely thank the Louis and Rachel Rudin Foundation for their generosity and support over the years.

And congratulations to these outstanding students!

L-R: Dr. Debra Krasinski, Director, Program in Physical Therapy; Leah Wylie; Kayla Coutts, Jane Oh, Kyle Zreibe, Lee Goldman MD, Chief Executive, CUIMCL-R: Dr. Lisa Yoon, PT Faculty Member; Kayla Coutts, Leah Wylie, Jane Oh, Kyle Zreibe, Dr. Clare Bassile, PT Faculty Member; Dr. Debra Krasinski, Director, Program in Physical Therapy

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