Pursue Your Purpose
Our Purpose? You.
OTA Program Moving to State’s First Hybrid Model
Targeted at widening students’ educational opportunities in preparing them for a career in occupational therapy, the Kent State University at Ashtabula Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) Technology program recently announced the creation of a hybrid model, combining online learning with more convenient on-campus laboratory sessions. The new model will launch in Summer 2020.
Stocker Named to Crain’s Notable Women in Education List
Kent State University at Ashtabula Dean and Chief Administrative Officer Susan J. Stocker, Ph.D., is one of 30 local leaders named to Crain’s Cleveland Business’s Notable Women in Education list for 2019.
Honorees were selected for being “dedicated to creating and expanding learning opportunities for Northeast Ohioans of all ages, at all levels and in a host of fields. Their leadership, devotion and example are helping to shape a better future for our region and its people,” according to the publication.
Kiphart Selected for APTA Education Leader Institute Fellowship
The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) had never selected a physical therapist assistant for its Education Leader Institute Fellowship – until now. Kent State University Physical Therapist Assistant Technology Program Director Tiffany Kiphart, M.Ed., ATC, PTA, will be the first certified PTA to participate in the program beginning in July.