Create the Most Masters Clinical Associate Professor Karin Steere D.P.T.’09 wears a lot of hats in the School of Physical Therapy. When she isn’t teaching courses on cardiopulmonary physical therapy, systemic pathology, and pharmacology, she treats performing artists and is working on a Ph.D. dissertation on pain and heart rate variability. We recently spoke with Steere about how her time as a professional dancer in a touring company led her to pursue a career as a physical therapist.
Play It Again, Sam “We are always moving forward, with purpose and intention, to become the university of the future, and to firmly establish Puget Sound among the finest institutions in the country,” said President Isiaah Crawford in the Fall Faculty and Staff Welcome last week. Miss it? Read the transcript online.
HANGING AROUND A student hangs upside down at Edgeworks Climbing gym as part of the Exploring Climbing in Tacoma immersive experience during Orientation Week. Orientation immersive experiences give new and first-year students hands-on opportunities to get to know their new hometown. The Exploring Climbing group visited Pt. Defiance Park and tried climbing experiences along the I-90 corridor, in various gyms around Tacoma, and on Puget Sound’s own climbing wall.