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With Dr. Kaplowitz

  • 2018-2019   Monica Estillore, Leslie Ezealji, Jacob Lee, Rohan Patel, Sean Reilly, Trevor Smolsky, McKenna Wardell
  • 2017-2018   Nicole Belenky, Jerusha Peram, Michael Wyka, Karina Olivier, Gerry Karkantzelis, Kevin Couch
  • 2016-2017   James Boland, Catalina Chesney, Saige Gomez and John Sieg
  • 2015-2016   Bella Bulsara and Erin Clementi
  • 2014-2015   Michael Gevertzman, Mary Tarpey, Jonathan Winter and Steven Yeun
  • 2013-2014   Esther Chan, Rachael Cocchia, Hadeer Shwket, Chris Wuttke and Evanna Tchir
  • 2012-2013   Swathi Krishnarajapet, Mark Nairooz and Niyati Shah
  • 2011-2012   Jessica Belsky, Shelton Merceda, Nicole Omaggio and Bryanna Strang
  • 2010-2011   Julianne Barrett, Sabrina Shahbahrami and Mustafa Turan
  • 2009-2010   Kimberlee Appezzato, Anthony Delli Paoli, Sarah Kenny and James Sacca
  • 2008-2009   Heather Grimm, Nicole Robell and Doug Van Pelt
  • 2007-2008   Rob Catalano, Tasnim Nafady, Traci Silver and Samantha Wilson
  • 2006-2007   Arielle Brettler, Mike Cotrina, Lisa Fogel, Heidi Milad and Eliza Solovey
  • 2005-2006   Heather Butler, Gladstone Hackett and Matt Lucarello
  • 2004-2005   Jose Geronimo, Jaidy Lopez, Leah Maderazo and Lindsy Rising
  • 2003-2004   Heidi Knowlton and Alberte Olivier

With Dr. Davis

  • Spring 2017   Sherein Abdelhady and Brittany Richards
  • 2016-2017   Elysha Bembury

When Dr. Nagle (Robell) was teaching the class

  • Fall 2016   Nicholas Dass and Kerri Paliwoda
  • 2015-2016   Sara Sacchetti and Alexis Reid
  • 2014-2015   John Morgan and Casey Woodfinlevine
  • 2013-2014   Gary Monteleone and Amanda Cozze
  • 2012-2013   Shannon Kaminski



"Being a Course Assistant not only aided in my growth as an individual but also as a professional.  Coming into college I had no intention of pursuing a position in academia, but because of my experiences as a CA, being a professor has become a long term goal for me.  I learned a great deal on how to communicate effectively with students and stay on top of deadlines, and how to work with health professionals and patients in the real world.  Dr. Kaplowitz believed in me and pushed me to my greatest potential.  The experiences I have had being her CA have shaped me to strive for more and more as a doctorate student and future Physical Therapist."
Bella Bulsara, Class of 2017, is currently a PT student at Rutgers-Newark.