News

  • Fall 2018 issue of O.T. Link is available Fall 2018 issue of O.T. Link is available The Fall 2018 issue of our alumni publication, O.T. Link, is out with a recap of our Centennial weekend events and the latest Program news.

     

  • Sifting through a century of history Sifting through a century of history New book highlights 100 years of history for the Program in Occupational Therapy

     

  • Expanding OT clinical services Expanding OT clinical services Creating and delivering community-based services

     

  • Bricker to join faculty Bricker to join faculty

    On December 28, the Program in Occupational Therapy will welcome Jessie Bricker, MSOT, OTR/L, to its faculty.

     

  • Mahoney to join faculty Mahoney to join faculty On November 30, the Program in Occupational Therapy will welcome Wanda Mahoney, PhD, OTR/L, to its faculty.

     

  • OT Grand Rounds - November 28 OT Grand Rounds - November 28 Peggy Barco, OTD, OTR/L, SCDCM, CDRS, FAOTA, will be our OT Grand Rounds speaker on Wednesday, November 28.

     

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

     

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

     

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