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Back to Basics: Caroline Donsbach’s passion for helping others ‘do’

Donsbach is the first UTC student to receive a scholarship from the American Occupational Therapy Foundation.

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Ashwyn Sam: Full-ride Knight-Hennessy scholarship pays for three years at Stanford

Ashwyn Sam admits it: He’s kind of a procrastinator. “I like to think that I like to work slow, but it’s actually procrastination,” he says with a smile in his voice. His drive to “work slow” is why, when he decided to apply to be one of the prestigious Knight-Hennessy Scholars for 2020—a scholarship worth about $300,000 total, covering all costs of attending Stanford, including tuition, housing, meal plan,

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Chronic autoimmune disease doesn’t block student from master’s degree

Challenges and unexpected situations occur for most college freshmen, but Andrea Fuchs faced something uniquely difficult. As a high school graduate from suburban St. Louis, Fuchs was excited to be leaving her hometown and on her way to study journalism at the University of Missouri. But the month before moving into her residence hall, she started having debilitating health issues. Fuchs was diagnosed with and still has an autoimmune

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UTC Graduate School accepting applications for first-ever Diversity in STEM Visit

Explore and experience graduate education on our campus with this two-day visit.

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OT students bond with students who have intellectual disabilities

  What is an Occupational Therapist? Someone who “helps people across their lifespan participate in the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of everyday activities. Common occupational therapy interventions include helping children with disabilities to participate fully in school and social situations, injury rehabilitation and providing supports for older adults experiencing physical and cognitive changes.” Source: American Occupational Therapy Association Over the course of

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