FAMU’s Occupational Therapy Program in the School of Allied Health has received its 2017 scores from the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy.
The 2017 cohort received a 100 percent pass rate. All 19 of the students were first-time test takers.
“I am so very pleased with the success of our students on the 2017 occupational therapy licensure exam, which is the direct result of the concerted efforts of our faculty and the motivation of our students to perform at the highest level,” said Cynthia Hughes Harris, dean of the School of Allied Health Sciences.
Debora Oliveira, Ph.D., is the Director of the Division of Occupational Therapy.
FAMU’s Occupational Therapy program is ranked among the nation’s best graduate health programs, according to U.S. News & World Report.
FAMU Journalism Students Showcase Dynamic Documentaries
For the past 11 years, “J-School Journals” has presented Tallahassee residents with documentaries that dive deep into social issues affecting communities locally and worldwide. The biannual showcase continued its legacy with 10 senior FAMU broadcast journalism students premiering their specialized films on April 28 in FAMU’s Lee Hall Auditorium. The all-female group of student directors and producers represented the next generation of filmmakers. Documentary topics included the impact of loneliness on the elderly community, a student’s college journey while managing lupus, the increasing average age of marriage, the consequences of political party affiliations, the physical and mental impacts of acting on actors, and the adversities that the millennial generation faces. The student documentarians included: Anjelicia Bruton, Jaclyn Harold, Lyric Mattair, Monica Myrick, Giselle Thomas, Ashley Flete, Aaliyah Wilkerson and Kiah Lewis