CSU alumnus blazing a trail for adapted devices with a new invention, the MagnaCuff.
CSU reaffirms commitment to accessibility by piloting revolutionary text-to-speech software.
CSU occupational therapy master’s student has taken to the trees to research new ways to conduct therapy.
Researchers Jaclyn Stephens and Arlene Schmid plan to use brain imaging technologies to advance the scientific understanding of yoga therapy for adults with chronic brain injury.
Occupational Therapy master's student Ryan Burns uses alternate approaches to teaching in order to bring out the best in each individual.
Two Colorado State University faculty members, including Jaclyn Stephens, have been named to the 2022 class of Boettcher Investigators, recipients of grant funding through the Boettcher Foundation’s Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Awards Program.
Occupational Therapy Professor Patti Davies received a Fulbright Scholar Award and will travel to Aalborg University in Denmark this September to collaborate with faculty while researching brain development and the relationship between brain function and behavior.
Marilyn Schock (’85, ’01) was named a Friend of the College of Health and Human Sciences for her success as a leader in healthcare in Northern Colorado, and guidance to the CSU Department of Occupational Therapy.
"You are enough. Right here, and right now, with all your imperfections, your anxiety, your kindness and your strength. You have always been enough."
This spring, Casey will be graduating with her master’s degree from the Department of Occupational Therapy, an achievement that demonstrates her stalwart dedication to her goals. Learn more about how she leaned on her family, her faith, and her experiences in OT for support in the Q-and-A below!