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OSU Mortar Board names Top 20 freshmen men and women for 2022

The Oklahoma State University chapter of the Mortar Board honor society recently named students to its annual list of Top 20 Freshmen Men and Top 20 Freshmen Women, as well as Top 10 Freshmen Men and Women for the 2021 — 22 class.
OSU Mortar Board Chapter Top 20 Freshmen Men and Women
Eight Selected for Freshman Research Scholars Program

Mon, Sep 19, 2016

Eight new College of Education (COE) freshmen have been identified as Oklahoma State University Freshman Research Scholars. The students applied for the chance to begin exploring...

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Therapeutic Recreation Student Training for Paralympic Trials

Fri, Feb 12, 2016

Robbie Blevins, a senior recreational therapy major in the College of Education, is currently training for the 2016 Paralympic games. Blevins will attend the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Trials

Kinesiology Applied Health and RecreationRecreational TherapyCollege of Education and Human Sciences
Zahl to Serve as Chair for NCTRC Board of Directors

Tue, Jan 26, 2016

Melissa Zahl, associate professor in recreational therapy, has been elected chair of the board of directors for the National Council for Therapeutic Recreation Certification (NCTRC), the premier credentialing organization for the profession of therapeutic recreation. As chair, Zahl will be responsible for supervising and controlling all the business affairs of the organization, including presiding over meetings, serving as the principal officer, making policy and fiscal decisions and directing the work of staff and committees.

Kinesiology Applied Health and RecreationRecreational TherapyHuman Health and WellnessStaff and FacultyCollege of Education and Human Sciences
OStateTV Video: Warm Water Therapy

Thu, Apr 18, 2013

Each semester, students in the College of Education’s Therapeutic Recreation program provide warm water therapy to preschool children and adolescents with disabilities. This course aims to give OSU students valuable clinical experience and enhance development and quality of life for clients.

Human Health and WellnessDisabilitiesCollege of Education and Human SciencesRecreational Therapy

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