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While competing in the Baltimore Running Festival in 2011, Erin Michael ’05 noticed how few hand cyclists there were in the race. As a physical therapist at the Kennedy Krieger Institute, Michael helps rehabilitate patients with spinal cord injuries, and it occurred to her during the race that her patients might benefit from participating in it.

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For athletic training major Chris Toone ’13, his entire worldview changed in 2010 when he studied abroad and visited poverty stricken Senase, a small village in Ghana.

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As a prospective student, Skott Freedman knew Ithaca College was the place for him within an hour of visiting the campus with his mother. He hadn’t even visited any other college or university before seeing IC.

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Jonathan Mulholland ’96 has the magical touch. After graduating with a B.S. in exercise science and earning his doctor of chiropractic from the Northwestern College of Chiropractic in Minnesota, Mulholland now treats athletes of all levels, including medal-winning Olympians from New Zealand. The chiropractor and strength and conditioning specialist has also treated members of the American bobsled and skeleton teams. 

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Right now in the United States, 48 million people lack health insurance; heart disease is the number one cause of death in adults. These are problems that need to be solved. The first step? Education.

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