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Ms. Michelle Schuh
Assistant Dean

Schroeder Complex 244

(414) 288-3636

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Ms. Michelle Schuh assumed the duties of assistant dean of the College of Health Sciences in 2006. Michelle joined the physical therapy faculty at Marquette in the fall of 1996. She received her bachelor of science degree in physical therapy from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse in 1987 and her master of science degree in human kinetics from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee in 1998. Michelle’s physical therapy career began at St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee, specializing in inpatient rehabilitation.

Throughout her clinical practice, Michelle was always involved in the clinical education of both physical therapy and physical therapist assistant students. This clinical education experience provided a solid background for her role as academic coordinator of clinical education (ACCE) at Marquette University. In addition to her ACCE role, she held a dual appointment in the Exercise Science program, as an instructor in the undergraduate motor control/motor learning course and as the coordinator of the exercise science undergraduate curriculum. Michelle has remained clinically active, providing physical therapy coverage at Froedtert Hospital’s neurological rehabilitation unit.

Michelle has also been extensively involved in the development of international experiences while at Marquette University. She has organized and led trips to El Salvador and Honduras involving students, faculty and alumni. For international opportunities in physical therapy, go to the international opportunities for MUPT students Web page.



Education

MS, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, 1998
BS, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, 1987

Professional Organizations

NAAHP National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions



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