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2021 Occupational Therapy Workshops

Mary Scott Lecture

Hosted by CSU-OT and supported by the College of Health and Human Sciences, the Mary Scott Lecture was held 6-7:30 p.m. MT on Thursday, April 22, 2021.

Dr. Antoine Bailliard, the Scott lecturer, presented “Stabilization Through Participation: How Meaningful Activities Promote Mental Health, Wellness, and Belonging.” Dr. Bailliard is associate professor of occupational science and occupational therapy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Knowledge Exchange

The 19th Annual Knowledge Exchange was held virtually on Friday, April 23, 2021.

  • A Sensory Perspective on Meaningful Participation in Mental Health and Well-being

To learn more about this year’s event please visit the Knowledge Exchange page.

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We were pleased to host the 9th Annual Occupational Therapy Summit of Scholars and the 5th Annual AOTA/AOTF Summer Institute for Future Scientists. Both events were held virtually.

  • AOTA Summer Institute for Future Scientists in OT: June 17-18, 2021 (half days)
  • OT Summit of Scholars: June 23-25, 2021 (half days)

 

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  • Asset 344 100% Of students employed as OTs within 3 months of graduation
  • Asset 135 100% Passing rate on the national certification exam

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