In 2007, the College of Health Sciences was formed to include the Krannert School of Physical Therapy (founded 1979) and the School of Occupational Therapy (founded 1984). The College of Health Sciences is located in Martin Hall.
As you explore our degree programs, examine the backgrounds and achievements of our faculty, and review the excellent courses that we offer, you will find outstanding opportunities for the education of students in our Krannert School of Physical Therapy (KSPT) and School of Occupational Therapy.
Stephanie Kelly, PT, PhD is Dean of the College of Health Sciences. Her research interests in the area of clinical education and service learning have led to multiple presentations and publications, including a presentation at the International Service Learning Symposium in Athens, Greece in 2009.
Stephanie has been named to the Advisory Board for the Indiana Chapter of the Albert Schweitzer US Fellows program, a program dedicated to addressing health disparities and the social determinants of health within Indiana through development of leaders in service. Indiana launched the 13th chapter of the fellowship program in January 2011.
Dr. Kelly and Heidi King, SPT, presented “Bringing the Clinic to the Classroom: A Description of a Novel Program for Educating Physical Therapists” as a poster presentation at the Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association in New Orleans, LA in February 2011.