Student Research​

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Traditional Graduate Students

The class of 2013 presented the results of their completed research projects January 10, 2014 on the following topics:

  • Perceived Effects of Occupational Therapy Intervention in a County Jail (S. Gorentz, L. Hafley, A. Mills, W. Sterling; Advisor-Dr. R. King)
  • Development of an Occupation-Based Program to Maximize Food Resources for Individuals Living in Poverty: A Participatory Action Approach (M. Brownell, K. DeVine, E. Dunlap, A. Gottfried, A. Harter, A. Holman, E. Printz, G. Umbs; Advisors-Dr. L. Schmelzer, Dr. T. Leto)
  • ​The Effectiveness of Occupational Therapy Programming in Equipping Inmates in a County Jail with the Necessary Life Skills for Successful Community Re-entry (R. Geroge, J. Kemerley, K. Knabusch, D. Martin, L. Rawlins, K. Scasny, N. Steffenhagen, M. Travis; Advisors-Dr. M. Dillon, Dr. T. Griffiths)
  • Comparison of Two Measurement Techniques Used to Score Visual-Perceptual Motor Tests (H. Driver, R. Dunn, H. Lewis, H. McClarney, A. Munoz; Research Advisor-Dr. C. Nelson)

Weekend Graduate Students

Weekend graduates students from the class of 2014 presented the results of their completed research projects on July 10, 2014 on the following topics:

  • Getting Further Ahead (J. Doench, M. Markley, M. Chronister, L. Totedo; Advisor-Dr.T. Leto)
  • Does Occupational Therapy Programming Equip Inmates with the Necessary  Skills for Successful Community Re-Entry by the County Jail Inmate Population? (H. Forbes, S. Ingraham, J. Lawson, A. Lilly, A. McLaughlin, S. Sohail; Advisors-Dr. T. Griffiths, Dr. M. Dillon)
  • Implementation of an Occupation-Based Program to Maximize Food Resources for Individuals Living in Poverty: A Participatory Action Approach (D. Schloemp, J. Schweikert, K. J. Walters; Advisor-Dr. L. Schmelzer)