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Six Occupational Therapy Students Accepted to CGI-U!


Six of our occImage of accepted studentsupational therapy students were accepted to CGI-U! Please join us in congratulating our students Joe Brey, OTD/S ’13, Megan Carlson, MSOT/S ’14, Kelsey Luedtke, OTD/S ’15, Cambey Mikush, OTD/S ’13, Erin Sanborn, OTD/S ‘13 and Katherine Wycoff, MSOT/S ’14!  Read more about each here:

Joe Brey: A Community-Based Approach to Managing the Functional Challenges of Aging

Megan Carlson: Helping Hands 

Kelsey Luedtke: Caregiver Education, Support and Advocacy for Palestinians living with Disabilities

Cambey Mikush: A Rehabilitation Program for Women with Obstetric Fistulas in Danja, Niger

Erin Sanborn: Got Care? Global Occupational Therapy - Curriculum Partnerships for Cross-Cultural Appreciation, Respect and Educational Exchange

Katherine Wycoff: Helping Hands

CGI-U (Clinton Global Initiative University) was launched by President Clinton in 2007 to challenge students to make a difference in these 5 focus areas: Education, Environment & Climate Change, Peace & Human Rights, Poverty Alleviation, and Public Health. It’s being hosted at Washington University in St. Louis April 5-7. 

While CGI U sessions are not open to the public, everyone has the opportunity to engage in a number of ways. You can:

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