Kaycee Elaine Stone
I am currently a student at Bellarmine University in the Doctorate of Physical Therapy program. My graduation date is schedule to be May 2015. My main interests in the physical therapy field are pediatrics and sports fitness, and I am particularly interested in keeping kids healthy through exercise. I look forward to learning about a variety of other fields during my time at Bellarmine.
Before I was accepted at Bellarmine, I began to work at the Home of the Innocents in Louisville, Kentucky with medically fragile and resident children at risk for obesity. I am currently responsible for an exercise program that focuses on healthy eating and fitness habits with some of the residents from the behavioral units. Most of my work has been at the therapy pool located at the Home of the Innocents. Working at the Home has solidified my desire to become a physical therapist.
Prior to my attendance at Bellarmine, I attended the University of Louisville. While there, I was highly involved in sustainability groups on campus and had the opportunity to work on a research grant on a project involving invasive plants. I also was involved in the Honors Program and served on the student council.
BS, Biology, University of Louisville
Student Member, American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
Member, Woodcock Society
I currently do not have any professional appointments besides the role of a physical therapy student.
Langley, MR, Stone, K and Carreiro, MM. The effects of flooding duration, depth, and simulated canopy closure on the growth and survival of the invasive shrub Lonicera maackii (Rupr.) Herder. 96th ESA Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, 2011.
Stone, K, Langley, MR and Carreiro, MM. Effects of light and wetland flooding regimes on the survival and growth of first-year Lonicera maackii (Amur honeysuckle) seedlings. Kentucky Honors Roundtable, Frankfort, KY, 2011.
Stone, K, Langley, MR and Carreiro, MM. Effects of light and wetland flooding regimes on the survival and growth of first-year Lonicera maackii (Amur honeysuckle) seedlings. Southern Regional Honors Council 39th Annual Conference, Little Rock, AR, 2011.
Stone, K, Nutter, A and Henry, K. International Environmental issues and the University of Louisville travel seminar. Southern Regional Honors Council 39th Annual Conference, Little Rock, AR, 2011.
Stone, K, Nutter, A and Henry, K. Soaring and sustainability: International environmental issues and the UofL honors travel seminar. Kentucky Honors Roundtable, Bowling Green, KY, 2010.
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