Rehabilitation Science Club
The Rehabilitation Science Club is a student-run organization developed for Mason undergraduate and graduate students interested in rehabilitation, disability, and human performance. This interdisciplinary group consists of students from multiple disciplines throughout the university, brought together behind the following set of common goals:
- Provide members with opportunities to network with scientists and clinicians in various rehabilitation disciplines
- Provide educational opportunities for members by organizing academic forums, group discussions, and participation in professional and academic conferences
- Assist members with identifying and applying to post-graduate and professional programs related to rehabilitation science
- Organize community outreach projects and service opportunities
For more information about events, activities, and how to become a member, visit our Get Connected page. Additional questions? Contact Dr. Clinton Wutzke, faculty advisor to the club, or Spencer Kalman, club president.