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Mitrovic, MacMasters and the act of 'giving back'

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"Both men credit the late Mont Linkenauger, professor of kinesiology, but also a physical therapist and trainer, as one of their most influential forces at the College. MacMasters was pursuing a career in education before he and Linkenauger met."

"“Undergraduate education at W&M was more difficult than graduate school at Duke,” said MacMasters, who received a master's degree in physical therapy there. Adds Mitrovic: “When I was interviewing for graduate school at Long Island University, I remember a woman saying, ‘How could you have human anatomy as an undergraduate?’ I didn’t know that wasn’t the norm at other schools. I’m like, ‘Well, I did.’ And she says, ‘You had a modality course, too?’ I just shrugged and said, ‘Yes, I did.’”

For the complete article on The W&M News & Events website.