To view at a larger size, click on a poster. You will then be able to view the posters individually in a slide show.
The following are posters created by OS/OT graduate students and presented in Spring 2012.
Heather McKay, Occupational Therapy Class of ’07, writes, “thank you HSL for the memories displayed in the Occupation Matters exhibit. What an inspiring look back…”
Heather sent her appreciation to the “I Love My HSL” blog. See her entire post at http://ilovemyhsl.org/. (Her post appeared on March 16.)
Susan Coppola, Clinical Associate Professor in Occupational Science, was recently elected to serve a four year term as the USA Delegate to the World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT). For more information, see the press release on the Allied Health Sciences website.
Professor Coppola has passed along some photographs from her work in Guatemala. To view a photo, click its thumbnail, and a larger version will appear in this window. Click the “Back” button to return here.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Chapel Hill, NC – The Health Sciences Library (HSL), in collaboration with the University of North Carolina Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy (DOSOT), is hosting an exhibition from October 20, 2010 through February, 2011, celebrating the 30th anniversary of occupational therapy education at UNC-Chapel Hill. The “Occupation Matters” exhibit honors the work of occupational therapists and occupational scientists, and features historical photos as well as contemporary images of a number of therapists who are graduates of the Masters of Science (M.S.) in occupational therapy program in the Department of Allied Health Sciences at UNC-Chapel Hill. Continue reading