Shenandoah University Physical Therapy Associate Professor Aaron Hartstein recently had his Ph.D. dissertation earn one of two Distinguished Dissertation Awards through the University of South Dakota Graduate School.
Hartstein was the winner in the biological sciences/life sciences category for his dissertation “Virtual Reality Instructional Design and its Application to Improving Clinical Decision-Making in Orthopedic Physical Therapy Education.”
The annual Distinguished Dissertation Award is given to doctoral students who have completed dissertations representing original work that make a significant contribution to their disciplines. The award also recognizes the dedication and time commitment it takes to complete a doctoral degree and to compose an original dissertation.
For more information, visit https://www.usd.edu/news/2021/usds-hartstein-and-rudnik-receive-distinguished-dissertation-awards.