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Saturday, September 10, 2022
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Friday, July 28, 2023

ACHE dedicates $16 million College of Health Sciences building

The ACHE School of Occupational Therapy will greet its inaugural class in January 2022. Administration is in the process of making final offers to students for the program, which will have a maximum class size of 36 students. Students in the inaugural class will graduate in May 2025, said Dr. Jennifer Moore, dean of the School of Occupational Therapy. Moore said the newly dedicated building represents a way of teaching. It was “thoughtfully and intentionally” designed with education of the students in mind.

ACHE School of Occupational Therapy receives candidacy status

The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education has announced its School of Occupational Therapy has been granted candidacy status for the Doctor of Occupational Therapy program. As a result of this action, the institution may officially admit students for the inaugural class that begins in January 2022.

ACHE School of Occupational Therapy opens application cycle

The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education began accepting applications for its School of Occupational Therapy on July 22. The faculty and staff have been working diligently since the end of 2018 in preparation for the inaugural class, says Dr. Jennifer Moore, dean of the school.

OT November Virtual Open House

Join ACHE Occupational Therapy faculty and staff as we give you a virtual tour of our facilities, participate in real-time discussions, and tell our stories about why we think occupational therapy is a wonderful career.

OTD Grad Fulfills Goal of Becoming a Professor

When Tracey Zeiner, OTR/L, graduated from Quinnipiac University’s Post-Professional Occupational Therapy Doctorate program in 2017, her career shifted, and she became an assistant professor of occupational therapy.

More with Moore

This virtual Q&A series gives interested students the opportunity to visit one on one with Jennifer Moore, Dean, School of Occupational Therapy. More with Moore occurs the 2nd Monday of each month at noon.

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Learn all about the ACHE School of Occupational Therapy at one of our Open House events starting this fall!

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