USC Chan Magazine
23rd Occupational Science Symposium >
USC’s scientific and advocacy community gathers to share research and insights into Autism in Everyday Life.
Student-Run Extravaganza Focuses on Technology in All Its Forms >
by Kimberly Perring and Chelsea Robinson
At the March 24 Occupational Extravaganza, students, faculty, and staff, along with medical professionals and students from the Keck School of Medicine of USC and the USC Viterbi School of Engineering, enjoyed learning from innovative speakers about the role of technologies in occupation-based projects. The annual event, now in its fifth year, was organized by the USC chapter of Pi Theta Epsilon, the national occupational therapy honor society, and was hosted at the Center for Occupation and Lifestyle Redesign®.
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