In the words of the DPT Class of 2012:
"It goes without question that all of the professors in the Physical Therapy Department are outstanding educators who challenge and inspire students to reach beyond their limits. However, there is no other professor who centers his life around education quite like Professor Bryon Ballantyne."
The Graduate Student Government Association agreed and honored Ballantyne by naming him 2011 Graduate Professor of the Year. In their nomination of Ballantyne, students acknowledged his enthusiasm for teaching, his creativity, and his ability to incorporate clinical situations into Gross Anatomy.
Ballantyne joined the St. Ambrose University faculty in 2002 and was promoted to a professor position in 2011. He teaches Human Gross Anatomy and Functional Anatomy, as well as Evidence-Based Practice. He is currently overseeing the opening of the department's new motion analysis laboratory housed in the Genesis Medical Center, West Campus, where he is pursuing a range of research ideas.
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