Editor's note: This story was originally posted by All About Ann Arbor on Feb. 7, 2020.
Concordia has hired directors for its newest graduate professional programs, doctorate of occupational therapy (OTD) and doctorate of physical therapy (DPT).
Juliane (Julie) Chreston, program director for occupational therapy, and Robert Frampton, program director for physical therapy, officially joined the CUAA faculty on January 1, 2020.
“We have had school of health professions presence on the Ann Arbor campus for a while, with program offerings such as social work, radiologic technology, and diagnostic medical sonography,” said Dr. Bill Cario, provost and chief academic officer of Concordia University.
“The addition of the graduate professional programs strengthens and broadens Concordia’s health care offerings in Ann Arbor, and builds on CUAA’s graduate academic programming. We look forward to serving students and our Michigan communities by offering these new programs.”
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