• Second Annual Community Partners Appreciation Event The Program in Occupational Therapy held its second annual Community Partners Appreciation Event on October 17.


  • Centennial video We are proud to present our Centennial video, which premiered at our gala on Oct. 6. It reflects on the past and provides a vision for the future of our Program.


  • OT student featured in CIPE newsletter

    Rich Whalley, OTD/S '19, shares his Fieldwork II experiences this summer at the Milliken Hand Rehabilitation Center in the Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education fall 2018 newsletter.

  • Building independence For 100 years, the occupational therapy program has helped people engage mind and body.


  • Whalley elected National Vice President of Pi Theta Epsilon Congratulations to Rich Whalley, OTD/S '19, who was recently elected to National Vice President of Pi Theta Epsilon, the occupational therapy honor society.


  • 2018 OT Alumni Award Honorees We are pleased to announce the 2018 honorees of the Distinguished OT Program Alumni Award and Emerging Leader OT Program Alumni Award.


  • Chang to join faculty Sept. 1 The Program in Occupational Therapy welcomes Chih-Hung Chang, PhD, professor of occupational therapy, to its faculty.


  • OT Grand Rounds Erin Foster, PhD, OTD, OTR/L, will be our OT Grand Rounds speaker on Wednesday, September 12. Her talk is titled, "Prospective memory impairment in Parkinson disease: Cognitive mechanisms and intervention."


  • Washington People: Allison King To a young Allison King, Washington University School of Medicine served as one of the best playgrounds in St. Louis.


  • OT Alumni & Student Centennial Happy Hour Alumni and students, please join us for a festive, WashU spirit-themed event to celebrate our Centennial on June 23. Guests welcome!


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Current, future, and accepted applicants are encouraged to visit. We also welcome people who are exploring career options and considering occupational therapy. Dr. Kathy Kniepmann, one of our faculty members, opens our visit sessions with an informal presentation and discussion, followed by a tour that’s led by one of our current occupational therapy students.

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Call Dr. Kniepmann at (314) 286-1610
or Robin Hattori at (314) 286-1653