Kiara Caldwell

Asian American Pacific Islander Month (AAPI) is a time to celebrate and recognize Asian-American diversity and communities. Students and faculty share why AAPI Month is important, how they celebrate, and how cultural education is embedded throughout the program.
An interview with assistant professor, Dr. Kellie Sawyer, on recognizing Black History Month.
Danielle Centi, DrOT, OTR/L, CBIS to serve in the occupational therapy program as Academic Fieldwork Coordinator and Assistant Professor.
Fatima Koroma, a second-year OT student shares her inspirational story and personal experience with occupational therapist Rebekah Allely, OTR/L, who influenced and changed her career path. Koroma is a scholarship award winner, research assistant, and trauma patient advocate at the George…
Yuko Ito, PhD, OT, a professor of occupational therapy at Tokyo Metropolitan University in Tokyo, Japan sat on a leadership panel and led a lecture on cultural differences from August 21-24, 2023 for students in the occupational therapy and physical therapy program.
The GW OTD program welcomed their second cohort with a three-day orientation series August 16-18, 2023.
Students reflect on the Systems and Advocacy course and discuss participating in AOTA's Annual Hill Day.
Sarah Doerrer PhD, OTR/L, CHT, CLT, Sam Moghtaderi MD, and Stephanie Katz OTR/L, CHT were awarded a grant for their research entitled “The Impact of Early ADL Participation on Functional Outcomes Post Distal Radius-Fracture.”
An image gallery from the celebratory event.
Adjunct instructor, Jill Yanick, discusses blood flow restriction training, applying innovative techniques, and pushes for further research on the upper extremity.