Kathy Pappas PT, DPT joined the Department of Physical Therapy in 2006. Her teaching interests are on student development of professionalism and clinical competency. Pappas is the Human Anatomy Lab Coordinator for the School of Health Sciences. Her research interest is in the investigation of instructional methods within curricular content leading to clinical competency development.
- Clinical Readiness and Competency
- Interprofessional Education
Integrated Clinical Experience
Clinical Human Anatomy
Certifications and Memberships
- American Physical Therapy Association
- American Association of Clinical Anatomists
Barrett M, Nowakowski K, Pappas K, Callendrillo M. (November 2021) Engaging in Population Health through an Academic-Clinic-Community Partnership Using Walk With Ease. Platform presented at APTA Regional Virtual Annual Conference
Barrett M, Nowakowski K, Pappas K, Chevan J, Brooks S. (October 2021 A Structured, Meaningful, and Sustainable Observation Experience for Pre-professional Physical Therapy Students. Poster presented at APTA Educational Leadership Conference, Atlanta, GA
Pappas K, Hakala C. (October 2020) Adapting to change; Engaging and Supporting Students. Platform presented at AACA/HAPS Regional Conference (Virtual), Worcester MA in
Kaufman R, Pappas K, Nowakowski K. (June 2018) Multidisciplinary Enrichment Yields Multidimensional Improvement in Chronic Brain Injury: A Case Report. Poster accepted at the Federal Interagency Conference on TBI, Washington DC in June 2018.