The purpose of the Emory & Henry College Student Occupational Therapy Association is to encourage professional development, to enhance the educational experience for students within the MOT program, provide service and outreach within the community, work as a bridge between faculty, surrounding communities, and students, promote health and wellness within the area, and offer students an opportunity to engage in professional activities such as attending local, regional, and national conferences and workshops.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Lynne Umbarger
Emory & Henry College School of Health Sciences graduated its second class of students with a master’s degree in Occupational Therapy (MOT) at the Lincoln Theatre on Saturday, Dec. 14 in downtown Marion. The 33 students hail from six states and plan to practice in various areas of the country.Keep reading
In a recent civic engagement project, students from the E&H School of Health Sciences volunteered at Chilhowie Elementary to help create their brand new sensory hallway. Keep reading
Emory & Henry College receives approval for Candidacy from ACOTE for an entry-level (OTD) Doctorate in Occupational TherapyThe next accepting class in the occupational therapy program will be in an entry-level OTD program. This class will begin August 2020. Keep reading