SAU Health Sciences Programs: QCT's Big Story


01/29/2018

The University's health sciences programs made a big splash in Sunday's Jan. 26 edition of the Quad-City Times.

The newspaper delved into the significant impact the College of Health and Human Services has been making in the area and the state through its programs in nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, physician assistant, social work, speech-language pathology, and more recently, public health.

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Photo by Kevin Schmidt for the Quad-City Times

Photo by Kevin Schmidt for the Quad-City Times

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