On July 11, 2013, SLU Program in Physical Therapy faculty member, Chris Sebelski, became a Fellow by graduating from the Education Leadership Institute (ELI) Fellowship. She was one of fourteen ELI Fellows who completed the yearlong higher education leadership program that consisted of: modules provided by nonphysical therapy content expert faculty, face-to-face mentorship and administrative mentorship sessions, and completion of an institution-based leadership project. Dr. Sebelski's leadership project included a feasibility and planning process for development of a post-professional physical therapy residency in orthopedics.
Sebelski stated, "It was such an honor to be able to participate in the Fellowship. It was an experience that was beyond compare for the opportunity and interactions with established and emerging leaders in the profession of physical therapy. The relationships and friendships from ELI will last throughout my career."
The Education Leadership Institute is supported by the American Council of Academic Physical Therapy, the Education Section of the American Physical Therapy Association, and the Physical Therapy Assistant Educators Special Interest Group.
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