Congratulations to OT Year 2 students (from left to right): Fiana Lu, Rachel Emonts, Patricia (Bo-Ran) Han, Janis (Yuet Ching) Law, and Alicja Mazierska for placing third at the RESNA Student Design Competition! The RESNA Student Design Competition is an “annual competition that showcases creative and innovative assistive technology designs that help people with disabilities
New Textbook Reflects Broad International Perspective
Drs. Terry Krupa and Bonnie Kirsh, both esteemed alumna, are primary editors for the recently published fourth edition of the classic and renowned textbook, Bruce & Borg's Psychosocial Frames of Reference: Theories, Models, and Approaches for Occupation-Based Practice. One of their goals was to produce a book that offers a broad range of international
Congratulations to Susan Mahipaul (MScOT’04)
Congratulations to our alumna, Susan Mahipaul [nee Guenther (MScOT’04), PhD (McMaster University)] on being selected as one of 3 finalists for the prestigious Pursuit Award. The Pursuit Award recognizes PhD students from across the globe for their outstanding achievements in childhood disability research. Finalists are chosen based on significance of research results, methodologic rigor, empirical
With approximately 300 people in attendance, this year was the largest Thelma Cardwell Research Day yet! Dr. Florence Clark, from the University of Southern California (USC), delivered an inspired and inspiring Keynote Address to an audience of students, faculty, family, community partners, and organizational representatives.
Special thanks to all of those who worked so hard to