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The GW Student Occupational Therapy Association presented the Class of 2025 with a Pinning Ceremony. See the pin and read the words of encouragement and inspiration shared with the inaugural students of the eOTD program.

GW is pleased to announce that Kellie Sawyer OTD, OTR/L, will serve as an assistant professor for the GW OT program. She is described as an incredibly reflective practitioner, bias fighter, and quiet disruptor who will provide a much-needed change in the occupational therapy profession.

Students from the ‘Movement Science’ course attended a private surgical demonstration performed by Dr. David Moss in the GW cadaver lab. This was designed to give students a bird's eye view of how surgeries are performed on the upper extremity so that they can connect anatomy with diagnoses.…

Kiara Johnson has been awarded the Anti-Racism Coalition Scholarship from the George Washington University Office of Diversity and Inclusion.

Over 130 students, faculty, and staff from the occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech-language pathology programs were selected to serve as volunteers at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday, April 10, 2023.

Sheila Moyle, OTD, MOT, OTR/L to serve in the Occupational Therapy program as Doctoral Capstone Coordinator and Assistant Professor.

An image gallery featuring GW Occupational Therapy students at The White House Open House in Honor of Black History Month.

Dr. Olufolatimi Akinrinade, Erica Fuentes, and Mya Zavaleta Ford joined the GW Occupational Therapy program to offer diverse experience, backgrounds, and views for the Group Dynamics course in Fall 2022.

Dr. Katriona Bühler joins the GW Occupational Therapy program as a Clinical Instructor offering important experience and views aligning with the program’s values.

Panel hosted by the U.S Access Board, organized by Dr. Roger Ideishi and others, focuses on accessibility for neurodiverse individuals.