January 19, 2022
Jesús Díaz, associate chair of diversity, access and equity and associate professor of research Associate Professor of Research Jesús Díaz ’05, MA ’08, OTD ’09 has been named the first…
January 18, 2022
USC neuroscientists demonstrate that, like literal language, abstract metaphors are embodied in the brain.
December 16, 2021
Co-first authors of Nutrients review supported by USC’s DIA JumpStart undergraduate pipeline program.
Anna and Earl at Chan
January 27, 2022
If you’re reading this, it’s likely you were waitlisted. If you were waitlisted, you’ve probably been binge-reading some blog posts from ambassadors of years past. You know the ones I’m…
USC Chan Magazine
How a student project led to autism training at USC’s Department of Public Safety >
USC Chan students Monica Caris MA ’21, OTD ’22 and Riley McGuire MA ’21, OTD ’22 just wanted to educate people about autism, but already their capstone project has become part of yearly officer training.
Let There Be Peace >
How my pandemic fieldwork experience made me an occupational and social justice practitioner.
Madam Veep >
In July, Director of Admissions and Associate Clinical Professor Arameh Anvarizadeh ’05, MA ’06, OTD ’07 made history as the youngest and first African American-Iranian woman to become vice president of the American Occupational Therapy Association. She recently sat down with the USC Chan Magazine to talk about her action-packed agenda as Vice President, her hopes for the association and where she sees the next generation taking occupational therapy.
View/download the Spring / Summer 2021 issue (5.4MB)
The Longest Year >
Reflections on the frontline pandemic experience from a hospital-based occupational therapist.
Lessons Learned >
A new course helps make sense of the pandemic by studying it.
Pain and Pleasure >
Face to face and through the screen, a USC occupational therapist helps a client better manage her everyday pain to improve quality of life.
View/download the Fall 2020 / Winter 2021 issue (5.6MB)