Join us in welcoming Dr. Alison Rangel, the Department's long-time Academic Fieldwork Coordinator, in an additional role as Clinical Assistant Professor.
Join us in congratulating the 2023 Steinhardt Graduation Award Recipients From The Department of Occupational Therapy at NYU.
NYU OT is constantly improving our programs to keep our graduates at the forefront of the profession. Learn about changes recently made to the Doctor of Occupational Therapy for Practicing Occupational Therapists Program (OTHS).
Highlights from academic year 2022-2023 by the faculty members of the Department of Occupational Therapy.
Learn more about recent OTD graduate and pediatric occupational therapist Jamie Friedman’s ePortfolio, The Handwriting is on the Wall - A comprehensive examination of handwriting development for beginning writers.
Faculty, students and alumni from the Department of Occupational Therapy at NYU will present at the AOTA Inspire 2023 Annual Conference and Expo.
Read on to meet Diana Reina (MS '24) and Saumya Sharan (MS '24) and learn more about their current studies, professional goals, and what winning a Frieda J. Behlen scholarship means to them.
Read the latest class notes submitted by your fellow NYU OT alumni and submit a note of your own. We can't wait to hear about your latest news and accomplishments!
As an Associate Professor at CUNY LaGuardia Community College, Mills is being recognized for making significant contributions to the profession.
Telehealth Teamwork: Educational Theatre Students Act as Patients for Aspiring Health Practitioners Across Steinhardt
With the pandemic restricting in-person fieldwork and internship placements, Steinhardt programs came together to help each other's students gain the experiential skills needed to prepare to enter their respective fields.
Dr. Kristie Patten is being recognized with the American Occupational Therapy Association’s prestigious Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lectureship Award for her critical work in “Strength-Based and Client-Directed Occupational Therapy Practice.”
Intrepid Museum Teams with NYU Ability Project on Interactive Mobile Guide to Maximize Visitor Experience Amid COVID-19 Safety Protocols
The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) mobile guide was developed to address challenges related to accessibility and new safety precautions.
NYU OT is proud to announce Dr. Howe’s new role and expresses gratitude to Dr. Kristie Patten for her seven years of dedicated stewardship as our previous chair.
Meet Lauren (MS '09), who is the author of the “Awesome and in Control Curriculum” – a series of books providing tips and techniques to help children self-regulate their emotions and senses.