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Virtual gaming, handwriting intervention & social media among topics for annual OT research forum

The University of Indianapolis School of Occupational Therapy will hold its Annual Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT) Research Forum on Thursday, December 11 at 6:00pm in Schwitzer Student Center on the UIndy campus.  The forum will precede MOT graduation, which will take place on Friday, December 12. Each of nine graduate research groups will present

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PT professor to lecture on use of electrical stimulation in rehabilitation

University of Indianapolis physical therapy professor Jim Bellew, PT, EdD will present at the Duquesne University Annual Physical Therapy Symposium on December 6-7.  His lecture is titled “Neuromuscular electrical stimulation and electro-pain modulation: current evidence and best practice.” Dr. Bellew is co-editor of the book Modalities for Therapeutic Intervention and has published more than 50

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UIndy Grad Student Forum Hosted Family of Henrietta Lacks

The University of Indianapolis Graduate Programs hosted the first-ever Interprofessional Graduate Student Forum  on Thursday, September 4, 2014. Students and faculty from several of the university’s three  dozen graduate programs — including physical therapy, occupational therapy, psychology, public health, applied sociology and gerontology — attended the event to learn about the legacy of Henrietta Lacks,

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One Year, 3 Courses to Online Grad Certificate in Project Management

People with degrees and careers human services — social workers, volunteer coordinators, elder care providers, counselors, substance abuse specialists and nonprofit employees — are increasingly finding themselves more and more in need of project management skills. An online graduate certificate offered by UIndy can help. Beginning in August 2013, the second cohort of the Graduate

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What documents are most important when applying for the master’s or doctoral program in psychology?

Unlike many schools that use a multiple regression form of application processing, the School of Psychological Sciences at the University of Indianapolis considers every document in the application dossier to be of equal importance.  While high GRE scores are a good indicator of the potential for success in a demanding graduate program such as ours, you

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