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May 2018

Service, Service & More Service

Senior Occupational Science students have been busy working to improve occupational participation for young adults with autism in Fayette County.

Focused on the Future: Pearson Scholar Looks Ahead to Graduate School

H. Floyd

Prior to starting college, I knew my purpose in life was to become an occupational therapist. My educational journey started at Bluegrass Community and Technical College, a small community college in central Kentucky. A turning point came when I was inducted into Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.

OT Students Take a Stand

Students Frankfort

On February 21 and 22 a group of graduate students from EKU’s occupational therapy program traveled to Frankfort to lobby for a bill during the Multiple Sclerosis State Action Day.

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Kentucky Journal of Undergraduate Scholarship

Volume 2 of KJUS was just published, 7 out of 9 publications were from the EKU OS/OT department! KJUS is peer-reviewed, so this was a great accomplishment for our students. Drs. Jennifer Hight, Amy Marshall, and Renee Causey-Uption mentored all 7 of these student publications.

EKU Stories:QEP Profile-Dr. Leslie Hardman

Hardman QEP

Thank you EKU Stories for the article!

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