Huntington University’s doctoral students create award winning video

Huntington University’s doctor of occupational therapy program students (from left) Cody Zimmer, Caroline Hesterman, Mallory Coleman, Caitlin Hansen and Danielle Brenner created the “Celebrating 100 years of Occupational Therapy” video that was chosen as one of 10 to represent the American Occupational Therapy Association’s Student Centennial Video project.
Huntington University’s doctor of occupational therapy program students (from left) Cody Zimmer, Caroline Hesterman, Mallory Coleman, Caitlin Hansen and Danielle Brenner created the “Celebrating 100 years of Occupational Therapy” video that was chosen as one of 10 to represent the American Occupational Therapy Association’s Student Centennial Video project. Photo provided.

Students in Huntington University’s doctor of occupational therapy program collaborated on a video project that was selected as one of 10 videos by the American Occupational Therapy Association to represent the Student Centennial Video project.

The video “Celebrating 100 years of Occupational Therapy” was created by second year students Caroline Hesterman, of Fort Wayne; Mallory Coleman, of Milford, OH; Cody Zimmer, of Peru; Danielle Brenner, of Lima, OH; and Caitlin Hansen, of Indianapolis.

A total of 67 videos were submitted by students. The 10 chosen videos received recognition at the AOTA’s national conference on March 31 and have been posted on www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9gDdCfVjvYI0lLXglHcLvxYqE8AlD3Ab.