USC Chan Magazine
The Campaign for USC Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy >
When occupational therapy was born at the University of Southern California in 1942, the profession itself was 25 years old. In the seven decades since those early days, USC’s influence upon both the occupational therapy profession and occupational science discipline has been nothing short of remarkable.
Fighter On >
Grad school is tough enough. Caryn Roach is doing it with grace. And cancer.
Neville-Jan Gives Keynote Lecture on Disability to TV and Film Writers Guild >
Associate Professor Ann Neville-Jan gave the keynote address at “People First: Real Disabilities, Reel Stories,” a recent event examining the portrayals of people with disabilities in television and film.
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View/download the Spring 2013 issue of USC Chan Magazine as a PDF document (9.3MB).