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  • OT "Dynamite" Video OT "Dynamite" Video We think occupational therapy is a "dynamite" profession indeed! The Washington University Student OT Association (WUSOTA) has put together a music video advocating occupational therapy. Check it out!
  • Student Spotlight: Salma Hussain, OTD/S '16 Student Spotlight: Salma Hussain, OTD/S '16

    We sat down with Salma Hussain, OTD/S '16, to ask her about her experience with the Program in Occupational Therapy. Salma shares her thoughts on the Program, why she chose WUOT, living in St. Louis, and more!

  • Student Spotlight: Gillian Vander Tuig, MSOT/S '15 Student Spotlight: Gillian Vander Tuig, MSOT/S '15 We sat down with Gillian Vander Tuig, MSOT/S '15, to ask her about her experience with the Program in Occupational Therapy. Gillian shares her thoughts on the Program, the learning atmosphere, what she likes most about WUOT, and more!
  • WUOT Students Partner with the Turner Center for the Arts WUOT Students Partner with the Turner Center for the Arts “The Turner Center for the Arts is such an amazing resource for the community. It’s a place where people with disabilities are encouraged to use their imagination without limitations and are free to find their creative voice,” says Ryan Sims, OTD/S ’14.
  • Student Spotlight: Celine Dammond, OTD/S '16 Student Spotlight: Celine Dammond, OTD/S '16

    We sat down with Celine Dammond, OTD/S '16, to ask her about her experience with the Program in Occupational Therapy. Celine shares her thoughts on the Program, the learning atmosphere, what she likes most about WUOT, and more!

  • Student Spotlight: Taylor Guthrie, MSOT/S '15 Student Spotlight: Taylor Guthrie, MSOT/S '15

    We sat down with Taylor Guthrie, MSOT/S '15, to ask him about his experience with the Program in Occupational Therapy. Taylor shares his thoughts on the Program, the learning atmosphere, what he likes most about WUOT, and more!

  • Student News: Hearts in Motion in Guatemala Student News: Hearts in Motion in Guatemala In March, two occupational therapists and 16 students from the Program in Occupational Therapy spent a week in Guatemala for the fifth annual service learning trip. 
  • Clinical Research Track Experiences:  Odochi Nwabara, OTD/S ‘15 Clinical Research Track Experiences: Odochi Nwabara, OTD/S ‘15

    Odochi Nwabara, OTD/S ‘15, shares her clinical research track experiences in the Occupational Therapy NICU Laboratory.

  • Clinical Research Track Experiences: Work Participation Laboratory Clinical Research Track Experiences: Work Participation Laboratory Annaliese Boot, MSOT ’14, Danielle Wojtkiewicz, MSOT ’14, and Katherine Wycoff, MSOT ’14, shares their clinical research track experiences in the Work Participation Laboratory.
  • Clinical Research Track Experiences: Ashley Housten, OTD/S ’14, and MSCI, ‘14 Clinical Research Track Experiences: Ashley Housten, OTD/S ’14, and MSCI, ‘14

    Ashley Housten, OTD/S ’14, and MSCI, ‘14, shares her clinical research track experiences in the Child Health and Educational Laboratory.

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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
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