Unique minor teaches future healthcare professionals compassionate care
University Communications & Marketing | 02/23/2023
At Saint Francis University, future healthcare providers are offered the opportunity to learn how to handle the emotional aspect of healthcare each time they enter a patient’s room.
Saint Francis OT program accepted as AOTA Gold Level member
University Marketing & Communications | 02/01/2023
The Occupational Therapy program at Saint Francis University has recently been accepted by the American Occupational Therapy Association as a Gold Level member of the AOTA’s Student Membership Circle.
Exercise Oncology is Medicine
University Communications & Marketing | 12/06/2022
Alexis Bradfield is an exercise physiologist working at a hospital in Aspen, CO. While her primary focus is cardiac rehabilitation, the hospital has also begun an exercise oncology rehabilitation service. Lexi is one of the exercise physiologists who treat individuals living with or beyond a cancer diagnosis.
Saint Francis University unveils new high-tech anatomy lab
Marie Young, University Communications & Marketing | 11/18/2022
The university unveiled its new anatomy lab which combines the university's traditional cadaver lab with a high-tech simulation space within the Experiential Learning Commons.
2022 Puppy Graduation
Mitch Jubas, University Communications & Marketing | 11/17/2022
It was graduation night this past Tuesday for three of our four-legged students! Belle, Vickey and Midnight graduated from Saint Francis University this past Tuesday.
Neuro Wellness Clinics
Mitchell Jubas | 11/04/2022
The Occupational and Physical Therapy Departments have collaborated this year to host their annual Neuro Wellness Clinics. The Neuro Wellness Clinics were introduced under the supervision of Dr. Lorie Rowles, Shelley Mazzetti (MOT Class of ’17) and Dr. Robyn Redline, Dr. Brittany Kennedy, and Dr. Jessica Cammarata.
Donation from 1889 Foundation supports the Dolly Parton Imagination Library
University Advancement | 11/03/2022
The 1889 Foundation recently awarded $25,000 to Saint Francis University in support of the Dolly Parton Imagination Library. The program makes books available to children in Cambria County from birth to age five and is entirely free for families regardless of income.
Burns secures $20,000 state grant to keep Imagination Library going
Office of Rep. Frank Burns | 08/03/2022
In the year since the program started in Cambria County, the university has placed 12,640 books into the hands of 1,686 children.
Healthcare professionals from 12 counties attend free dissection lab at SFU
Marie Young | 08/01/2022
Healthcare professionals from 12 counties attended “An Interprofessional Interactive Gross Dissection Laboratory Experience: From the Forearm to the Digits,” a free professional development seminar held at Saint Francis University on July 18 and 19.