Please come hear our experts talk about medical and treatment aspects of the current opioid abuse crisis in the United States. Prof. Fred Hooven (Public Health) will moderate the discussion, which will feature Prof. Destinee Chambers (Psychology), Campus Chaplin Fr. John McDonagh, Director of AIC’s Health Services Mary Paquette, Prof. Allison Sullivan (Physical Therapy),and Hannah Sullivan from the Behavioral Health Network in Springfield. “Advocates, Issues, and Community” is an interdisciplinary series sponsored by the AIC Faculty. Each year it will provide the campus community insights from the faculty and their guests about an issue of national or international interest. Sponsored by: AIC Faculty’s “Advocates, Issues, and Community” Interdisciplinary Group.
We understand how important time is, especially for a working professional looking to attend graduate school. AIC’s graduate open houses are designed to give prospective students for all of our graduate programs an arena to get all the information they need in one convenient location. Attendees will meet with current faculty, staff, and students in order to gain insights on our programs, admissions processes, college financing, and housing.Register Here
Calling all OT Alumni and students!
We invite you to join us on Friday, March 27th, 2020 at the AOTA Annual Conference and Expo as we host a 20th Anniversary reception celebrating 20 years of Occupational Therapy at American International College. The reception will be held on-site at the Boston Convention and Expo Center at 415 Summer Street in Boston. The event is FREE to OT alums and students.
To Register – kindly fill out the form below and be on the lookout for a confirmation email in the coming weeks leading up to the event that will outline all the necessary details. Until then – we look forward to seeing you! If you have any questions, kindly contact Assistant Director of Alumni Engagement and Events Hunter Golden at 413.205.3520 or via email at Hunter.Golden@aic.edu.
We’ll see you there!
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