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     "Our mission is to enhance the knowledge of the profession of Occupational Therapy through professional, educational, community, and social activities. The organization will facilitate opportunities for camaraderie among students, as well as provide meaningful, productive interaction with faculty.”

Upcoming/Current Events 

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R.E.A.C.H 

Road from Early Achievement to a Career High

Tuskegee University readies for ' QEP' Week'

Regional Reaccreditation Visit  

What is a QEP?

A Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) is a univeristy-wide course of action that addresses a well defined and focused topic or issue related to enhancing student learning.

 

Why do we need a QEP?

Every 10 years, Tuskegee University, along with many other academic instituitions must renew their accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and School Commision on Colleges ( SACSCOC). During the week of March 19th, Tuskegee Univeristy is welcoming a team of SAC peer reviewers to our illustriuous campus  to assess the uviversity's overall academic and operational effectiveness as part of this reaccreditation process. 

What is Tuskegee's QEP topic? 

Road from Early AChievement to a Career High ( REACH)

Tuskegee University students, administartors, falculty, and staff choose the theme R.E.A.C.H, which stands for Road from Early Achievement to a Career High. The premise of this initiative  is to focus on programs and activities that will better prepare students to be equipped, competitive, and successful as they strive to achieve their educational and career goals. 

News/Updates                

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Blanket and Canned Food Drive

In conjunction with Tuskegee University's Bioethics  Program, the Occupational Therapy program helped donate 54 blankets and 191 canned food items to 27 families in the Macon County area.

Albert Schweitzer Fellowship, Alabama Chapter

Congratulations to Micah Thomas and Jasmine Grayson on receiving the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship. They will be partnering with Tuskegee Youth Safe Haven to promote health education, physical activity, and gardening to children in Macon County. 

HIV/AIDS Awareness 2019

1st year graduate students brings HIV/AIDS awareness to the University's campus by hosting an informational and FREE testing to university students.

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Breast Cancer Awareness

The Occupational Therapy Program collaborates with the Department of Construction Science Management in a walk to commemorate those who have lost their lives to breast cancer and celebrate those who have survived.

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Suicide Awareness Month

The class of 2019 gradate students hosted a Suicide Awareness and Prevention demonstration in the cafeteria, to remind Tuskegee University students that mental illness is a serious issue. They also provided students with information on where to see help if they are suffering from a mental illness. 

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