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I will continue to see patients as a prosthetist-orthotist (mainly prosthetics), but will also be involved in various research projects with the biomechanics, physical therapy, and engineering departments. There is talk of developing a new master's program in P&O, so there may even be some teaching involved! Finally putting to use this masters' degree that I'm still paying off! :)
The STAR campus is the new research campus on UD's property (previously where the Chrysler plant was) and stands for Science, Technology, and Advanced Research. The Health Sciences Complex is where my office will be. It's a gorgeous new building and yes, I will have my own office! I am very excited!
I am also very sad--I gave notice a week ago and all week long have been breaking the news to everybody I've been working with, colleagues and my patients. This is heart wrenching! I pride myself on developing strong relationships with the people I work with and I feel like such a heartbreaker. "It's not you, it's me!"
I'm also sad to say bye to my Team RWB DC family just as we are getting more involved. I think I only made it 2 months of being the new local triathlon co-director before we realized this move might be real. D'oh! But we will definitely stay involved--Kevin has been wanting to help develop a Team RWB Delaware chapter (there's nothing between Baltimore and Philadelphia) and heck, I may be stepping up to Mid-Atlantic Regional Director for the triathlon contingent.
So some amazing new opportunities in our old stomping grounds. I actually have a great deal of old blog posting on various "firsts in the First State" and TBB Wilmington from the TBB blog when I first landed in Delaware back in August of 2010. Man, what an adventure. Me landing in Delaware was kind of an accident. I never meant to stay, and now 4.5 years later I have left for 2 years and am heading back.
Delaware is where Kevin and his family is from, and we only started dating 2 weeks before I moved to DC. He then followed me 5 months later and proposed another 7-8 months after that. So let's call the 2-year DC experience what it really has been--an elaborate scheme for Kevin (not a city boy AT ALL) to prove his undying love for me. ;)
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lots of us have followed you... from a far!ReplyDelete
Hahaha! That's true Mark!Delete
Even from Germany ;)ReplyDelete