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on July 13, 2010 by Nancy Bise

OT Awards!

As mentioned in an earlier blog, three of our class of 2010 OT students received awards for their achievements in leadership, academics and community service. Although they received recognition in the commencement program, we also like to host a celebration when they return from their last Level II fieldwork assignments and present the students with their… Continue Reading

on July 13, 2010 by Nancy Bise

2010 Class Pictures

As the class of 2010 winds down their academic careers, the traditional class picture was taken on July 8th.  We have a professional photographer (thank you Randy at Trotter Photo!) who comes each year and takes amazing pictures of our newest grads. Randy always makes it look so easy.  We were able to successfully take… Continue Reading

on May 5, 2010 by Nancy Bise

Awards earned by our OT Grads

Three Class of 2010 Maryville University Occupational Therapy students earned the following awards: Award for Community Service in Occupational Therapy was awarded to Laura Jendusa. Award for Leadership in Occupational Therapy was awarded to Jessica Aylor. And the Award for Academic Excellence in Occupational Therapy as well as the Dr. Anna Marie Moudy Award for… Continue Reading

on March 23, 2010 by Nancy Bise

National OT Month

Our two Occupational Therapy student organizations, MUSOTA (Maryville University Student Occupational Therapy Association) and PTE (Pi Theta Episilon—the OT student honor society) banded together to redo the School of Health Professions display case in honor of National Occupational Therapy Month. Using the theme AN OCEAN OF POSSIBILITIES, they decorated the display case with an assortment… Continue Reading

on October 28, 2009 by Nancy Bise

Pi Theta Epsilon initiation ceremony

Ten occupational therapy students became the newest members of Pi Theta Epsilon (PTE), the national occupational therapy honor society, on Wednesday, November 4th at Maryville University. PTE has 84 active chapters in 30 states. The purpose of PTE is: To recognize and encourage scholastic excellence of occupational therapy students To contribute to the advancement of… Continue Reading

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