Funded by the family and friends of Dianna Mah-Jones, Alumnus, 1979 Occupational Therapy/Rehabilitation Medicine.
Eligibility: Given to an occupational therapy student who is involved in the broader arts community (dancer, singer, musician, performer, etc.). The award is given based on academic standing and demonstrated innovation in occupational therapy assessment or intervention for a client or group of clients, e.g., assistive technology, aids for daily living. Evidence may be from course work, fieldwork, or community engagement while the student is in the Occupational Therapy graduate program. The student must be registered full-time in any year of the Occupational Therapy graduate program in the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine.
Application: Eligible students must submit applicable application form including a letter outlining their impact in advancing innovation, or the art and science, of occupational therapy. Eligible students should contact the Department of Occupational Therapy for application deadline.