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USC Chan at AOTA Inspire 2021

AOTA’s 2021 virtual conference — AOTA Inspire 2021 — is a live online and on-demand learning experience beginning April 6 (registration required).

Highlight Sessions led by Trojans during AOTA Inspire 2021

Katie Jordan leads a panel discussion including Jamie Wilcox and alumna Joi Willis MA ’19 titled “Are We Essential? Occupational Therapy in Crisis”
Tuesday, April 6, at 10:45–11:45am (Pacific)

Alumnus John Hwang MA ’03 presents “Skid Row Stories: How a Chance Encounter Led to Embracing a Community”
Thursday, April 8, at 8:00–8:50 am (Pacific)

Arameh Anvarizadeh, AOTA Vice President-Elect, joins in conversation with Dr. Lela Llorens
Thursday, April 22, at 3:45–5:00 pm (Pacific)

2021 Award Winners

Arameh Anvarizadeh | AOTA Roster of Fellows

Alumna Julie Bissell MA ’79, OTD ’12 | AOTA Roster of Fellows

Leah Stein Duker | AOTF A. Jean Ayres Award

Alumna Heather Kitching MA ’02, OTD ’10 | AOTA Roster of Fellows

Mary Lawlor | AOTF Meritorious Service Award

Alumna M. Pollie Price MA ’94, PhD ’03 | AOTF Leadership Service Commendation

Shawn Roll | AOTF Academy of Research in Occupational Therapy

Alumna Lisa Test MA ’89, OTD ’09 | AOTA Roster of Fellows

USC Faculty, Staff Members, Current Students and Alumni Scheduled to Present at AOTA Inspire (times shown in Pacific Daylight Timezone)

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