Kimberly Morris-Eggleston OTD, OTR/L
Assistant Professor of Clinical Occupational Therapy
Kimberly Morris-Eggleston received her bachelor’s degree from USC, majoring in psychology and writing an honors thesis on children’s perceptions of neighborhood violence. After earning her master’s degree in occupational therapy from USC, she worked as the Director of Recruitment for the division, and has held elected positions for the Occupational Therapy Association of California, including director of the San Gabriel Valley Chapter. She then transitioned to clinical practice in pediatrics at Center for Developing Kids, a private sensory integration clinic located in Pasadena. Kim currently teaches for the Minor in Occupational Science program. She also enjoys teaching private piano lessons for children with and without disabilities.
Doctorate of Occupational Therapy (OTD)
2015 | University of Southern California
Master of Arts (MA)
in Occupational Therapy
2001 | University of Southern California
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
1998 | University of Southern California
Serious Students, Offbeat Classes >
Division faculty member Kim Eggleston is featured by USC News on the value of her undergraduate class OT310 Creativity Workshop for facilitating students self-exploration of their creative sides. Read more at Serious Students, Offbeat Classes.
December 7, 2011
Graduating senior Claire Needham learns how to combine body and mind at USC >
A lifelong ballet dancer, Needham found a new passion for neuroscience at USC Dornsife — and a career path that lets her combine both interests.
Margaret Crable, in USC Dornsife News | May 17, 2021
USC alumna gives fresh take on classic cinema >
USC alumna Kennedy Reed discovered her interest in filmmaking as a child. But it wasn’t until college — and the “Creativity Workshop” occupational therapy course taught by USC Chan faculty member Kim Eggleston — that her passion for classic cinema would take root through the creation of her digital platform, Gold Souls.
Catherine Orihuela, in Daily Trojan | February 10, 2021