At this year’s Honor Convocation, Dr. Angela Tate was recognized for excellence in teaching.
Tate, Adjunct Professor of Physical Therapy, received the Adjunct Faculty Award, presented to a part-time instructor whom students and faculty judge to be an exemplary teacher. This was the 24th time in the University’s history that this award was given. This year’s Adjunct Faculty Award Selection Committee agreed that “Angela Tate more than deserves this award for all she contributes to the advancement of the profession — and more importantly, all of the students that pass through the Physical Therapy program.”
Tate’s students frequently commented on her ability to connect her clinical practice and research experience with the classroom experience. One student noted, “One of the goals of Arcadia’s Physical Therapy program is to embrace evidence-based practice. Whether or not she realizes it, Dr. Tate is the epitome of this philosophy.”
Tate joined Arcadia in 2001. She also serves as Clinical Director and Center Coordinator of Clinical Education at H/S Therapy Associates.
Photo by Josh Blustein