Everyone needs a cookie every once in a while, especially during this time of Summer Quarter. So today, the Department of Occupational Therapy faculty and staff stopped by Centennial Complex to pass out cookies and anti-stress kits to the OT and PT students.
This summer, Hawaii has surrounded our students with love. Katie Lee (class of 2015) found herself engaged at the top of Oahu’s most challenging hike. In the midst of beautiful scenery, hiking, rock climbing, and close friends, the two promised a lifetime of adventures together. Congratulations! Wishing you God’s sweetest blessings!
Dr. Krpalek and Dr. Javaherian-Dysinger were awarded research seed money for their study titled “Experiences of Participating in the Complete Health Improvement Program: Perceived Facilitators and Barriers to Adopting a Healthy Lifestyle” in the amount of $250.00 by the California Foundation for Occupational Therapy (CFOT).