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Assistant Professors Leland and Mallinson Named AOTA Fellows ⟩
December 13, 2012

Associations and Bodies Awards Faculty

Assistant Professors Natalie Leland PhD, OTR/L, BCG, FAOTA and Trudy Mallinson PhD, OTR/L, NZROT, FAOTA have been named to the Roster of Fellows of the American Occupational Therapy Association. This prestigious award is in recognition of their significant contributions to the continuing education…

Therapy Disciplines Meet at OT-PT Forum ⟩
November 27, 2012

Chan in the Media Conferences Faculty Research Students

The recent USC Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy Forum brought together students and faculty from USC’s top-ranked therapy professions for an evening of interdisciplinary learning and collaborative problem-solving. Read more at USC News. Occupational Therapy students join Physical Therapy…

USC News: USC Occupational Therapists Redesign Lifestyles ⟩
November 19, 2012

Chan in the Media Clinical Community and Partners Faculty Health and Wellness Lifestyle Redesign Students

"Most students can use a little lifestyle redesign. Whether they stress out too much or sleep too little, USC’s occupational therapists can bring the balance back to their lives . . ." The full article about USC's Lifestyle Redesign® intervention, which quotes Division faculty clinicians…

2012 Homecoming In Review ⟩
November 13, 2012

Alumni Events Faculty Lectures and Talks Students

By Mike McNulty During the Division's 2012 Homecoming Weekend on November 9 and 10, alumni, students and friends gathered to open new clinical learning laboratories, celebrate a milestone anniversary, hear the latest from faculty, and celebrate together as the Trojan Family. At the USC Center for…

Faculty Featured in USC’s Residential Colleges ⟩
October 15, 2012

Chan in the Media Community and Partners Faculty Students

Read how assistant professor of clinical occupational therapy Myka Persson uses occupations to help build a sense of community as resident faculty at USC's South Area Residential College at USC’s residential colleges blend living and learning.

New faculty research shows how social factors influence brain processing ⟩
October 9, 2012

Chan in the Media Faculty Research

New research co-authored by assistant professor Lisa Aziz-Zadeh shows how social factors, such as interpersonal liking, can influence brain processing. Read a summary of the research, Do you like me now?, on USC Today, and view the full article Interpersonal Liking Modulates Motor-Related Neural…

46 Trojans Presenting at OTAC 2012 ⟩
October 1, 2012

Alumni Associations and Bodies Conferences Faculty Students

46 USC faculty, alumni, and students are scheduled to present lectures and/or posters during the Occupational Therapy Association of California 2012 Conference, October 4-7 in Pasadena. Click below to view the full list of USC presenters, to plan your conference accordingly, and remember to reunite…

Latest Issue of AJOT Includes 8 Trojan Authors ⟩
September 18, 2012

Autism Chan in the Media Faculty Research

Congratulations to the 8 Trojans who co-authored articles in the September/October 2012 issue of the American Journal of Occupational Therapy! Links to Open Access articles are included below. Fight On! "Emerging as Leaders in Autism Research and Practice: Using the Data-Driven Intervention Process…

Trojan Gets Firsthand Look At Nation’s Defense Systems ⟩
August 30, 2012

Community and Partners Conferences Faculty

Florence Clark, associate dean and professor, recently participated in the Department of Defense’s highly selective Joint Civilian Orientation Conference. Read the full story at USC News.

Solomon Authors Chapter in Technology Textbook ⟩
August 3, 2012

Autism Chan in the Media Faculty Technology

Assistant professor Olga Solomon authored a chapter in the newly published Handbook of Technology in Psychology, Psychiatry and Neurology: Theory, Research, and Practice (L. L’Abate & D. A. Kaiser, 2012, Nova Publishers). Solomon's chapter, "The Uses of Technology for and with Children with…

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