Clarkson student wins PT scholarship

Hughandra Newbold

POTSDAM — Hughandra Newbold, of Nassau, Bahamas, a Physical Therapy student in Clarkson’s Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, is one of the winners of this year’s Anne-Marie Sirois Scholarship, provided by the New York/New Jersey Clinical Education Consortium.

The scholarship was developed to honor Sirois’ contributions to physical therapy clinical education by providing financial assistance to students to enable them to reach their clinical education goals.

Dr. Jaime Bicknell, PT, DPT, Director of Clinical Education, says, “Hughandra is truly deserving of this reward. She is a hardworking and compassionate individual. We are very proud of her accomplishments and know she will continue to reach all of her personal and professional goals in the field of Physical Therapy!”

The regional leader in Physical Therapist clinical education, the NYNJPTCEC is an innovative group that fosters partnership and collaboration between academic, clinical and professional organizations through a research-driven approach to positively impacting and supporting clinical education.

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