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Amanda Katherine Giles O.T.D.

Amanda K. Giles O.T.D.

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  • Assistant Professor
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  • College of Health Professions
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  • Health Professions
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  • Educational technology
  • Instructional design
  • Neurorehabilitation
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Biography

Dr. Amanda K. Giles, OTD, OTR/L is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Occupational Therapy. She has over 10 years of teaching experience in courses on surface anatomy, adultphysical dysfunction, and neuro-rehabilitation. She is the primary author of two educational mobile applications, GONI RehabLearning: Goniometry for Clinicians and MOBI: Mobility Aids, which are currently available on iTunes and Google Play app stores. She serves as the Occupational Therapy Faculty Co-Coordinator for the MUSC CARES Therapy Clinic, a student-run free clinic that provides occupation therapy, physical therapy, and speech therapy to underinsured patients in the Charleston area. Her scholarly interests include educational technology and instructional design, including the use of simulated patient encounters, reflective video analysis, and e-learning development. Her clinical background is in acute care, adult rehabilitation, and mental health.

 

COURSES TAUGHT: Occupational Performance for Neurological Conditions I, Occupational Performance for Neurological Conditions I Lab, Occupational Performance for Neurological Conditions II, Occupational Performance for Neurological Conditions II Lab, Occupational Performance for Musculoskeletal Conditions I Lab; Occupational Performance for Musculoskeletal Conditions II Lab, Surface Anatomy, Occupational Performance: Geriatrics, and Theoretical Foundations for Occupational Therapy, Independent Study, Research Experience, Transforming Healthcare (interprofessional), Synthesis and Application of Clinical Skills, Interprofessional Educational Technology

 

HONORS, AWARDS, AND NOMINATIONS

American Occupational Therapy Association Emerging and Innovative Practice Award, 2018

I am a MUSC Innovator Award, 2018

MUSC Student Research Day Clin/Prof/Masters - Social Behavior, 1st place (Mentor),2018

College of Health Professions (CHP) Teacher of the Year, 2017

National Academy of Inventors, MUSC Chapter, 2017     

MUSC Student Research Day Innovation Award, 2nd place (Mentor), 2016

CHP Teacher of the Year Nomination, 2016

MUSC Teaching Excellence Award Nomination: Developing Teacher, 2016

CHP Teacher of the Year Nomination, 2015

CHP Teacher of the Year Nomination, 2014

MUSC Pi Theta Epsilon Induction Ceremony Keynote Speaker, MUSC Chapter, 2014

MUSC Teaching Excellence Award Nomination: Developing Teacher, 2014

MUSC OT Graduation Ceremony Keynote Speaker, 2014                                   

MUSC Teaching Excellence Award Nomination: Educator-Lecturer, 2011

MUSC Pi Theta Epsilon Induction Ceremony Keynote Speaker, MUSC Chapter, 2010

CHP Teacher of the Year Nomination, 2010

CHP Dean’s Honor List, 2000-2003

MUSC Pi Theta Epsilon Honor Society: Co-President, MUSC Chapter2001

 

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Giles, A. K., Annan, D., Gober, A., & Greene, L. (2018). E-Learning innovations: Implementation of video in an occupational therapy classroom. Journal of Occupational Therapy Education, 2(1), 1-13. Retrieved from https://encompass.eku.edu/jote/vol2/iss1/3.

Giles, A. K., Carson, N. E., Breland, H. L., Coker-bolt, P., & Bowman, P. J. (2014). Use of simulated patients and reflective video analysis to assess occupational therapy students’ preparedness for fieldwork. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 68, S57-S66. doi:10.5014/ajot.2014.685S03

 

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS

Boyce, H., Cassilly, H, & Giles, A. K. (2017, Nov 13). Flipping the classroom using interactive mobile applications. OT Practice, 22(20), 16-17.

 

E-PUBLICATIONS

Giles, A. K., & Kraft, S. (2017). MOBI: Mobility Aids. Mount Pleasant, SC: RehabLearning, LLC. Mobile application published on the Google Play and iTunes stores.

Giles, A. K., Seif, G., & Bowman, P. (2016). GONI: Goniometry for Clinicians. Mount Pleasant, SC: RehabLearning, LLC. Mobile application published on the Google Play and iTunes stores.

Giles, A. K. (2016). Understanding the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework using the ICE Video Library. ICE Learning Center. Port Townsend, WA: International Clinical Educators, Inc.

Giles, A. K. (2016). Flipping the classroom. ICE Learning Center. Port Townsend, WA: International Clinical Educators, Inc.

Giles, A. K. (2016). Interview skills. ICE Learning Center. Port Townsend, WA: International Clinical Educators, Inc.

Giles, A. K. (2016). Facilitating sit to stand. ICE Learning Center. Port Townsend, WA: International Clinical Educators, Inc.

Giles, A. K. (2016). Dealing with frustration. ICE Learning Center. Port Townsend, WA: International Clinical Educators, Inc.

Giles, A. K. (2016). Documenting levels of assist. ICE Learning Center. Port Townsend, WA: International Clinical Educators, Inc.

Giles, A. K. (2016). Designing meaningful treatment plans. ICE Learning Center. Port Townsend, WA: International Clinical Educators, Inc.

Giles, A. K. (2016). Respiratory issues in acute care. ICE Learning Center. Port Townsend, WA: International Clinical Educators, Inc.

Giles, A. K. (2016). Compensatory strategies. ICE Learning Center. Port Townsend, WA: International Clinical Educators, Inc.

Giles, A. K. (2016). Using the ICE Video Library in the classroom. ICE Learning Center. Port Townsend, WA: International Clinical Educators, Inc.

Giles, A. K. (2016). Streaming videos on the ICE Video Library. ICE Learning Center. Port Townsend, WA: International Clinical Educators, Inc.

 

PEER-REVIEWED PRESENTATIONS 

Giles, A. K., & Weisser-Pike, O. (Accepted for 2019). Changing attitudes towards technology: A multi institutional study on student perceptions of mobile apps replacing textbooks before and after app use. Poster to be presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Giles, A. K., & Sweetman, M. (2018, October). Professional development for occupational therapy faculty. Short course presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association Education Summit, Louisville, KY.  

Giles, A. K., & Bartholdi, M. (2018, June). Upper extremity splinting applications. Continuing education workshop (6 hours) for the South Carolina Area Health Education Center, Wadmalaw, SC.

Bell, C., Giles, A. K., Hayden C., & Higgins, S. (2018, April). (SIS) AESIS Annual Program - Beyond clickers and flipped classrooms: Innovative technology in occupational therapy Education. Short course presentation at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

Giles, A. K. (2018, April). Should mobile applications replace textbooks in the occupational therapy classroom? Short course presentation at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

Giles, A. K., & Davis, J. (2018, April). Teaching the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework using Meaningful Patient Videos. Poster presentation at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

Giles, A. K., & Grattan, E. (2018, April). Collaborating with a transitional care unit to provide student hands-on time in long-term acute care: A win-win for hospital and academic institution. Poster presentation at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

Jansen, A., Kraft S., Seif G., Giles A., Coker-Bolt, P., & Wager K. (2018, March). Patient satisfaction in CARES: A pro bono clinic. Probono Network Conference, Chester, PA.  

Roettger G, Semones A, Kraft S, Seif G, Giles A, Coker-Bolt P, Wager K. (2018, March). Integrating College of Medicine students in a therapy pro bono clinic increases their understanding of neurological rehabilitation. Probono Network Conference, Chester, PA. 

Sargeant M, Kraft S, Seif, G, Wager K, Coker-Bolt P, Giles A. (March 2018). The financial impact of a student-run free clinic in a state without Medicaid expansion. Probono Network Conference, Chester, PA. 

Giles, A. K., & Bartholdi, M. (2018, June). Upper extremity splinting applications. Continuing education workshop (6 hours) for the South Carolina Area Health Education Center, Mount Pleasant, SC.

Giles, A. K., & Carson, N. (2017, October). Centennial to Bicentennial: OT education through the lens of the Slagle lectures. Short course presentation at the American Occupational Therapy Association Education Summit, Fort Worth, TX.

Giles, A. K. (2017, October). Student perceptions of a new mobile application in a flipped lab. Short course presentation at the American Occupational Therapy Association Education Summit, Fort Worth, TX.

Coker-Bolt, P., & Giles, A. K., Seif, G., Kraft, S., & Velozo, C. (2017, October). How to start and sustain a successful interprofessional student-run free clinic: Linking the classroom to clinical practice. Short course presented at the Collaborating Across Borders Conference, Banff, Alberta, Canada.

Giles, A. K., Seo, N., Woodbury, M. (2017, July). Advancing practice with innovative technology. Continuing education seminar presented at the Medical University of South Carolina Maralynne D. Mitcham Inaugural Lectureship, Charleston, SC.

Pape, S., Giles, A. K., Coker-Bolt, P., Tom, L., Mathis, K., Illges, A. L., & Baxley, A. (2017, April). How to start a successful student-run free clinic: A multi-institutional panel. Short course presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Giles, A. K., & Davis, J. (2017, March). Flip the classroom: Engage critical thinking with an innovative, evidence-based approach using meaningful patient videosShort course presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Giles, A. K., Kraft, S., & Henderson, R. (2017, March). MOBI: An interprofessional mobile application for teaching use of ambulatory assistive devicesConference Research Highlight oral presentation and poster presentation presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Darms, M., Whitson, M., Kraft, S., Seif, G., Giles, A., Coker-Bolt, P., Velozo, C. (2017, March). Do we measure up? Systematic outcome measure collection in a student run clinic. Paper presented at the Probono Network Conference, Chester, PA. 

Keller, C., Semones, A., Hanmer, E., Kraft, S., Seif, G., Giles, A., Coker-Bolt, P., Velozo, C. (2017, March). Integrating college of medicine students increases understanding of neurological rehabilitation.  Paper presented at the Probono Network Conference, Chester, PA. 

Giles, A. K. (2017, February). Review of goniometry and an introduction to the GONI app. Short course presented at the South Carolina Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Columbia, SC. 

Davidson, L., Shoemaker, K., Wisher, M., Kraft, S., Seif, G., Giles, A., Velozo, C., Coker-Bolt, P. (2016, May). Classroom to the clinic: The impact of a student-run free therapy clinic. Poster presented at the South Carolina Chapter of Physical Therapy Annual Conference Poster Presentation, Charleston, SC. 

Stone, C., Karlesky, N., Huschart, J., Schneider, L., Kraft, S., Seif, G., Coker-Bolt, P., Velozo, C., Giles, A. (2016, May). The doctor is in: Teaching a medical student the role of therapy.  Poster presented at the South Carolina Chapter of Physical Therapy Annual Conference, Charleston, SC.  

Yount, H., Wright, R., Hayden, G., Hunsucker, L., Maddrey, R., Kraft S., Seif, G., Coker-Bolt, P., Giles, A., Velozo C. (2016, May). HEP reminders: Texting the way to patient success. Poster presented at the South Carolina Chapter of Physical Therapy Annual Conference, Charleston, SC.  

Giles, A. K., Coker-Bolt, P., Dahns, L., Pena, L., Fitzmaurice, C., Ludovise, R., Hope, K., Husband, M., Atkinson, S., & Velozo, C. (2016, April). Student-run free clinic: An innovative service learning opportunity. Poster presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Giles, A. K., Bowman, P., Crabtree, O., Lowe, K., Perry, J., Richardson, L., Stoughton, A., Walsh, J., & Atkinson, S. (2016, April). Flipping the lab: Use of an Android/iOS mobile application. Poster presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Giles, A. K., Annan-Coultas, D., Coultas, J., Seif, G., Bowman, P. J. (2015, April). Flipping the OT and PT lab: Development of an e-learning module.  Paper presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Nashville, TN.

Muntz-pope, B., Tomsic, P. F., Brawley, C. A., Futrell, N. A., & Giles, A. K. (2014). Evaluating ThinkFirst Injury Prevention Programs using pre- and post-tests: Can we show changes in knowledge and behavior in school children? Paper presented at the South Carolina Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Annual Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC.  

Giles, A. K., Seif, G., Annan-Coultas, D., Coultas, J., Bowman, P. J. (2014, October). Flipping the OT and PT lab: Development of an e-learning module.  Paper presented at the Association of Schools for Allied Health Professions Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Giles, A. K., Bowman, P.J., Coker-Bolt, P., Carson, N. E., Breland, H. L.  (2013, October). Making it Real: Using Simulated Patients to Assess Students’ Preparedness for Level II Fieldwork. Paper presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association Education Summit, Atlanta, GA.

Bowman, P. B., & Giles, A. K. (2013, July). Splinting and therapeutic taping for the upper extremity. Continuing education seminar presented at the Medical University of South Carolina Maralynne D. Mitcham Inaugural Lectureship, Charleston, SC.

Giles, A. K., Chera, B., Ramsey, R. B., Imam, S. Z., Ali, S. F. & Banik, N. L. (2002, November). Progressive neurotoxic effect of MPTP in the cerebellum of C57BL/6N mice.  Poster presented at the Society for Neuroscience Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.

Giles, A. K. & Woodbury, M. (2002). Effectiveness of an injury prevention program among elementary-school children.  Paper presented at the South Carolina Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Columbia, SC.

  

INVITED UNIVERSITY PRESENTATIONS 

Giles, A. K. (2018, April). The role of occupational therapy in post-stroke rehabilitation. Invited lecture presented in the College of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC.

Giles, A. K. (2017, April). Current trends in post-stroke upper extremity rehabilitation. Invited lecture presented in the College of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC.

Giles, A. K. (2017, April). Innovations in health professions education. Invited lecture presented to the MUSC Board of Trustees, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC.

Giles, A. K. (2017, March). Current trends in occupational therapy education. Invited lecture presented at MUSC Discover, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC.

Bowden, M., Giles, A. K., Mauldin, M., & Smith, G. (2014, April).  Online education: The faculty perspective. Panel presentation presented at the meeting of the Faculty Senate Town Hall, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC.

Annan-Coultas, D., Bowden, M., Giles, A.K., Melancon, M., Moore, E., Mund, A., & Zoller, J. (2014, April).  Technology behind the distance. Panel discussion presented at the meeting of the Medical University of South Carolina, College of Health Professions, Charleston, SC.

Bowman, P. B., & Giles, A. K. (2013, July). Splinting and therapeutic taping for the upper extremity. Continuing education seminar presented at the Medical University of South Carolina Maralynne D. Mitcham Inaugural Lectureship, Charleston, SC.

Giles, A. K. (2006, October).  Functional independence measure.  Invited lecture presented in the Division of Occupational Therapy, College of Health Professions, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC.

 

STUDENT RESEARCH DAY PRESENTATIONS

Mitchell, S., Fletcher, C., Hazel, K., Giles, A. K. (2018, November). Textbooks: There's an app for that! Poster presented at the Medical University of South Carolina Student Research Day, Charleston, SC.

Smith, J., Leaphart, R., Knowles, K., Locklear, R., Monsch, E., McGowen, S., Kraft, S., & Giles, A.(2018, November). Standardizing gait pattern terminology for use in an inter professional mobile application. Poster presented at the Medical University of South Carolina Student Research Day, Charleston, SC.

Boyce, H., Bensch, A., Cassilly, H., Jones, A., Kraft, S., Monsch, E., & Giles, A. (2017, November). E-learning Innovation: An Interprofessional Mobile Application for Teaching Ambulatory Assistive Devices. Poster to be presented at the Medical University of South Carolina Student Research Day, Charleston, SC. 

Ajamian, N., Hensley, E., Bowman, P., Seif, G., Patel, S., Coultas, J., & Giles, A. K. (2016, November). Interdisciplinary development and application of a new mobile app: An innovative flipped lab approach. Poster presented at the Medical University of South Carolina Student Research Day, Charleston, SC. 

Walsh J., Crabtree, O., Richardson, L., Perry, J., Lowe, K., Stoughton, S., Atkinson, S., Giles, A. (2015, November). E-learning Innovations: Developing and evaluating the effectiveness of an interactive e-learning module. Poster presented at the Medical University of South Carolina Student Research Day, Charleston, SC.

Tomsic, P. F., Brawley, C. A., Futrell, N. A., Muntz-Pope, B., & Giles, A. K. (2014, November).Effectiveness of ThinkFirst Injury Prevention Program in changing knowledge, attitudes, and behavior amongst middle school children. Poster presented at the Medical University of South Carolina Student Research Day, Charleston, SC.

Giles, A. K., Chera, B., Ramsey, R. B., Imam, S. Z., Ali, S. F. & Banik, N. L. (2002). Progressive neurotoxic effect of MPTP in the cerebellum of C57BL/6N mice. Poster session presented at the Medical University of South Carolina Student Research Day, Charleston, SC.

McCollum, A., Giles, A. K., Ridlehoover, E., Korybski, M., Gnau, C. & Woodbury, M. (2002). Effectiveness of an injury prevention program among elementary-school children.  Poster presented at the Medical University of South Carolina Student Research Day, Charleston, SC.

 

STUDENT MENTORING ACTIVITIES

Mitchell, S., Collins, J., Ward, A., & Taylor, C. (Fall 2018). Cognition and aging (CEU presentation for Generation H.O.P.E.). 

Knowles, K., Leaphart, R., Locklear, R., & Smith, J. (Spring/Summer/Fall 2018). Gait terminology and educational technology. 

Fletcher, C., Hazel, K., & Mitchell, S. (Summer/Fall 2018). Student perceptions of apps replacing textbooks.

Bensch, A., Jones, Autumn, & Laura, J. (Summer/Fall 2017). Student perceptions of mobile apps replacing textbooks.

Boyce, H., & Cassilly, H. (Summer/Fall 2017). Student perceptions of flipping the classroom with mobile apps.

Baxley, A., Faerber, K., & Neiling, A. (Summer/Fall 2016). Interdisciplinary development of a new mobile app (MOBI) for teaching ambulatory assistive devices.

Hensley, E., & Ajamian, N. (Summer/Fall 2016). Implementation of a new mobile app GONI using a flipped lab approach (analysis and presentation of data).

Harris, L. (Summer/Fall 2016). Evaluating the effectiveness and student perceptions of an interactive e-learning module GONI (manuscript).

Ajamian, N., Barnes, S., Harris, H., Hensley, E., Keller, C., Maddrey, R., Miller, E., & Williams, T. (Summer 2016). Interdisciplinary development of a new mobile app (MOBI) for teaching ambulatory assistive devices.

Bristol, S. (Spring 2016). Cognitive, physical and psychosocial benefits of therapeutic horseback riding and how OT can get involved.  

Alewine, H., Faerber, K., & Nguyen, C. (Spring 2016). Development of e-learning tools for functional mobility. 

Atkinson, S., Crabtree, O., Perry, J., & Walsh, J. (Fall 2015). Effectiveness of goniometry e-learning modules (analysis and presentation of data).

Crabtree, O., Lowe, K., Perry, J., Richardson, L., Stoughton, A., & Walsh, J. (Summer 2015). Development of an e-learning mobile application: GONI app.

Tomsic, P., Brawley, C., & Futrell, N. (Spring 2015). It’s a no brainer: The role of occupational therapy in preventing SCI and TBI amongst children.

Tomsic, P., Brawley, C., & Futrell, N. (Fall 2014). Effectiveness of ThinkFirst Injury Prevention Program in changing knowledge, attitudes, and behavior amongst middle school children.

 

GRANT FUNDING

Title: E-learning Innovations: Developing and integrating meaningful case study videos into mobile applications for the OT and PT curriculum

Agency: MUSC Department of Health Professions Interdivisional/Interdepartmental/Intercollege Seed Grant

Date: October 2017-October 2018    

Role: PI

Amount: $4945

 

Title: E-learning Innovations: An Interprofessional Mobile Application for Teaching Ambulatory Assistive Devices

Agency: MUSC Department of Health Professions Interdivisional/Interdepartmental/Intercollege Seed Grant

Date: July 2016 – July 2017   

Role: PI

Amount: $9,630

 

Title: E-learning Innovations: Changing what’s possible with a marketable mobile application

Agency: MUSC Changing What’s Possible Through Innovation and Technology Grant

Date: June 2015 – June 2016            

Role: PI

Amount: $31,000

 

Title: E-learning Innovations: Changing what’s possible with a marketable mobile application

Agency: MUSC College of Health Professions Department of Health Professions, Support Funds

Date: June 2015 – June 2016                        

Role: PI

Amount: $8,000

 

Title: E-learning Innovations: Changing what’s possible with a marketable mobile application

Agency: MUSC Technology Applications Center for Healthful Lifestyles (TACHL), Support Funds

Date: June 2015 – June 2016                        

Role: PI

Amount: $10,000

 

Title: E-learning Innovations: Developing and evaluating the effectiveness of an interactive e-learning module

Agency: MUSC Department of Health Professions Interdivisional/Interdepartmental/Intercollege Seed Grant

Date: July 2014 – July 2015   

Role: PI

Amount: $5,450

 

Title: Educational technology journal club

Agency: Valerie West Educational Technology Enhancement Fund

Date: 2014      

Role: Co-investigator

Amount: $2,125

 

Title: Evidence in education and practice (CREATOR) project

Agency: MUSC Department of Health Professions Interdivisional/Interdepartmental/Intercollege Seed Grant

Date: July 2014 – July 2015   

Role: Co-investigator

Amount: $6,000

 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

American Occupational Therapy Association, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Leadership Team, 2017-Present

Journal of Occupational Therapy Education, Review, 2018-2019

Conference Expo Committee, Chair, 2018

OT Faculty Search, Chair, 2018

CHP Student Appeals Committee, Chair, 2018

CHP Development and Assessment of Teaching Effectiveness (DATE), Evaluator, 2018

CHP Educational Technology Advisory Group, 2018

MUSC Healthcare Simulation Center Steering Committee, 2017-Present

Entry-Level OTD Accreditation Preparation, 2017

MUSC Yes Campaign Committee, CHP Co-Representative2017

AOTA Annual Conference Reviewer, 2017

CHP Space Planning Committee, 2017

CARES Logo Brand Approval Task Force, 2017

CARES Clinician Mentorship Program Development Task Force, 2017

CHP Faculty Assembly Board, Development & Assessment of Teaching Effectiveness (DATE) Chair, 2017-2018

MUSC Healthcare Simulation Center Utilization Review Committee, 2016        

CHP Instructional Design Book ClubWhat the Best College Teacher Do, Co-Coordinator, 2016

CHP Faculty Practice Task Force , 2016  

CHP Faculty Assembly Board, DATE Co-Chair, 2016-2017           

CHP Information Architecture Task Force (web design), 2016

CHP Educational Strategic Plan Task Force, 2016

CHP Educational Technology Task Force, 2016

CHP Instructional Design Book ClubHow Learning Works, Co-Coordinator, 2016

CHP Development and Assessment of Teaching Effectiveness (DATE), Evaluator, 2016

CARES Student-Run Free Therapy Clinic, Faculty Advisor for Operations Committee, 2015-Present

CARES Student-Run Free Therapy Clinic, Faculty Advisor for Clinician Schedulers2015-Present

CHP Educational Technology Journal Club, Co-Coordinator, 2015          

CHP Strategic Plan Workgroup: Focus on educational opportunities, 2015-2016

CHP Simulation Task Force, 2015                      

CHP Honor Council, Faculty Advisor2014-Present        

Entry-Level Master of Science in Rehabilitation Science, OT Accreditation Preparation, 2013

CARES Student-Run Free Therapy Clinic, OT Faculty Advisor, 2012-Present

CHP Space Utilization Task Force, 2013-2014

CHP Faculty Practice Task Force , 2013-2014

CHP Alumni Association Board, Ambassador for Occupational Therapy, 2004-2006