OT alumni and student reception held in NashvillePosted: April 27, 2015
A.T. Still University-Arizona School of Health Sciences Vice Dean Ann Lee Burch, Acting Chair Rachel Diamant, and Program Director Bernadette Mineo welcomed alumni, students, and guests at a reception held in conjunction with the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Annual Conference in Nashville. Below is a summary of updates: • The entry-level OTD program is, targeted to start during the fall of 2016, is in its beginning stages. Dr. Brandi Buchanan has been selected as the program director! • Dr. Mineo is the program director for online post-professional programs and encourages anyone interested in pursuing their OTD degree to consider the program – alumni also receive a 20% tuition discount. • There are open positions for full-time, half-time, and adjunct faculty – please visit our job site or contact Dr. Diamant if you are interested in teaching or being mentored into a faculty role. • The CarFit community service activity has been so successful with our students and faculty that we are exploring international service-learning activities. • Many congratulations to alumni who are working on their own businesses, developing adapted products used in school-based practice, and presenting workshops at the AOTA conference! We always encourage alumni to share your stories and successes with the University – please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org at any time. Additional photos from the event can be found on the alumni Facebook page.