From the monthly archives: August 2020

One of the things that drew me to occupational therapy is getting the opportunity to work with a variety of people, including those with disabilities. We seek to promote their independence, quality of life and engagement in valued occupations; however, to effectively work with this group of people, we need to be appropriately informed about […]

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The melting of Arctic and Antarctic ice occurs two months after a seasonal increase in temperatures, according to an analysis by a recent graduate of the mathematics program at the Katz School of Science and Health.

In the paper, “Environmental Change: An Application of Time Series Methodology to Climate Phenomena,” Menachem Rose, who graduated in […]

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While mastering technology is a prerequisite for being a cybersecurity professional, understanding the psychology of a cyber-criminal is indispensable for protecting against the theft of an organization’s assets.

“In order to be good at what we do,” said David Schwed, co-director with Lev Feldman of the cybersecurity master’s program at the Katz School of […]

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A research analysis by a recent a graduate of the Speech-Language Pathology program concluded that the recovery pattern of expressive and receptive language skills for bilingual speakers can vary after a traumatic brain injury.

“Recovery can occur in different ways depending on the site of the lesion, the severity of the impact, the age of […]

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An expert on age-related cognitive changes in older adults has joined the faculty of the Katz School’s new Occupational Therapy Doctorate program.

Dr. Alex Wagner, a clinical assistant professor, conducts research on a variety of topics, including aging in place, dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, disability studies, human geography and occupational engagement.

“Dr. Wagner’s doctoral research and […]

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