USC Trojans Shine at 92nd AOTA Conference
May 1, 2012
Division Associate Dean and current American Occupational Therapy Association President Florence Clark PhD (’82), OTR/L, FAOTA, presided over the 92nd annual AOTA conference, April 26-29, in Indianapolis, Ind. Conference highlights included a rousing Opening Ceremony, Clark’s Presidential Address entitled “Beyond High Definition: Attitude and Evidence Bringing OT in HD-3D,” a highly interactive Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lecture from Dr. Karen Jacobs, and a Plenary Session featuring U.S. Army veterans Tammy Duckworth and Jessica Lynch.
Congratulations also to the over 50 Trojan students, alumni, and faculty who presented various workshops, courses, and research posters!
Read more about the event at USC News.