- Occupational Therapy Health Sciences Newsletter: 2013 A Year in Review (January 2014)
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Run or Dye
The Student Occupational Therapy Association (First Year Students) from the Graduate Program in Occupational Therapy participated in the Run or Dye Race in Hartford, CT on July 20, 2013 to raise awareness of Occupational Therapy. The students designed shirts that stated RUNNING IS OUR FAVORITE IADL [Instrumental Activity of Daily Living]
Promoting Global Health Awareness Through Hands-On Training
November 26, 2014
FAIRFIELD, Conn. – When you get Christina Gunther talking about international study-abroad opportunities provided through Sacred Heart University’s College of Health Professions, the conversation quickly moves from travelogue and course listings to social justice, unique hands-on training and life-altering experiences. Gunther, director, Global Programs & Assessment, isn’t just an advocate—she’s a coach, mentor, diplomat, social worker, international tour director and global healthcare champion. And she’s working to change the world, one student, one country and one cultural experience at a time “with a talented group of faculty.”
Breaking Barriers: Students Embark on Service Learning Trip to Guatemala
December 12, 2013
FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Continuing Sacred Heart University’s commitment to service to others and engaging the world both in and outside the classroom, five occupational therapy graduate students from Sacred Heart University took part in an international service learning trip to Santa Maria De Jesus Village in Antigua, Guatemala in October. The trip was an interprofessional excursion with students from the university’s physical therapy and nursing programs.
Faculty Members Selected for AAC&U Institute
April 4, 2013
FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Five Sacred Heart University faculty members have been selected to participate in the Association of American Colleges and Universities’ (AAC&U) Institute on High-Impact Practices and Student Success. Jody Bortone, associate dean and associate professor of occupational therapy; Pamela Buck, assistant professor of English; Cara Erdheim, English lecturer; Marie Hulme, English instructor and director of SHUsquare; and Sean Heffron, director of student experience in the College of Business, submitted a successful application for attendance at the institute. They were mentored in the application process by Michelle Loris, professor of English and associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.