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Student Spotlight: Bryson Cook ’22

Posted by: murphys2 | January 22, 2020 | No Comment |

Bryson Cook ’22 is a triple major (public health, exercise science and Spanish) with plans to pursue his Doctor of Physical Therapy. He believes the dedication of professors, staff, and rigorous curriculum are challenging him to and equipping him with the knowledge necessary to deliver the most effective treatment for his future patients.

What excites you about your major?

“Learning valuable information that will aid me in my future career and utilizing my resources for the most effective treatment possible for my future patients. Additionally, I want to reach a broader spectrum of patients that primarily speak Spanish, thus, the culmination of my majors/minors allows this path to be achievable.”

What have been some of your most memorable experiences at the College?

“I was selected for President Emeritus Dr. Higdon’s leadership course which provided valuable insight into the professional world. I was a recipient of the Dr. Deborah A. Miller Public Health Scholarship in 2019. I also had the honor of participating in the Higdon Leadership program and along with serving on the Fall Leadership Conference committee and as a Cougar Excursion facilitator.

Additionally, I was chosen as the inaugural recipient for the Hispanic Studies Trujillo Scholarship for a study abroad during Spring of 2020, as well as the Spanish department’s Student Focus for December, 2019, and have been invited to participate in their Hispacast interview scheduled for May 2020. In conjunction with my Medical Humanities minor, I am scheduled for a physical therapy internship at MUSC in 2021. Furthermore, I am a member of the College of Charleston’s Rugby Club.”

 “Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.” – Albert Einstein

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