Dr. Christine Moser retired from CUW in 2018 after serving for 23 years on the Occupational Therapy Faculty.

The AOTA Retired Educator’s Commendation¬†acknowledges exceptional leadership by retired occupational therapy and occupational therapy assistant educators who have demonstrated commitment to the advancement of occupational therapy education.

Moser was the first faculty hired to help begin the new OT program in 1995. During her 23 years at Concordia, she started and served as the advisor for the Student OT Association and Pi Theta Epsilon. She was awarded the prestigious Faculty Laureate in 2016. Throughout her career Moser has held significant roles in both the Wisconsin Occupational Therapy Association and American Occupational Therapy Association.

In her retirement she continues as an editor for the Journal of Occupational Therapy, Schools & Early Intervention.


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