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FAIRFIELD, Conn.— Sacred Heart University honored Martin Luther King, Jr., this week with a diverse event filled with reflection, spoken word poetry and music. “Today is a celebration,” senior Christian Carter told the audience filled with students, faculty, staff and community members. “And it’s an opportunity to reflect.” Carter served as the master of ceremonies for the event.
FAIRFIELD, Conn.—Sacred Heart University’s occupational therapy (OT) capstone program was the focus of attention when graduate students showed the results of their work at the University’s Trumbull facility. Forty-seven students who were enrolled in the 2016 spring/summer and fall semesters collaborated in teams of three to six to develop 11 projects. “Topics were initially chosen lottery-style from a list and included experiences in school or clinical settings, service trips, pilot studies to help improve current practice, current curriculum and interprofessional collaboration,” said Elizabeth Kloczko, adjunct professor in the OT program.
FAIRFIELD, Conn.— Health-care technology was in the spotlight recently at Sacred Heart University when eight graduate students in the College of Health Professions presented their health-care informatics capstone poster projects. The students, who are set to complete the 16-month healthcare informatics program and earn their master’s degrees in the field this month, presented summaries of their work as posters.