Haleigh Chwirka uses her creativity and experiences as an occupational therapy student to design a tool to help people dress more independently.
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Through his research, Vice President for Research Fellow Scott Wrigley seeks to provide a better understanding of the complicated connections between the gut microbiome and human health.
Making mounts is an important skill for anyone interested in a museum collections career. During the Spring 2019 semester, graduate students in Dr. Knowles’s course Care and Exhibit of Museum Collections learned to create custom storage mounts for hats in a workshop led by community volunteer Marcella Wells.
We are very pleased to announce that the Avenir Museum has new, expanded hours for the community to visit the galleries and exhibitions!
Whether it is an Instagram post with a #selfcare under a picture of candles or as a phrase thrown around to justify binge-watching The Office for the third time on Netflix, we have all heard of this term, but what does self-care actually mean, and how to practice it?
Occupational therapy garden provides a variety of experiences to help cultivate joy and grow life skills with others in the community.
Health and Exercise Science Department Head Barry Braun updates alumni and friends on the department’s accomplishments.
The new spring/summer exhibit in the Gustafson Gallery, The Parachute Project, features eveningwear designs constructed from recycled parachutes.