Misericordia’s Psi Chapter earns MVP award

April 16th, 2017 12:43 pm

Misericordia University’s Psi Chapter of Pi Theta Epsilon earned the Most Valuable Player Award and placed fourth in the national St. Catherine Challenge that raises money for the American Occupational Therapy Foundation’s research grants. Pi Theta Epsilon officers, from left, are: Kaitlin Sauder, Leola, vice president; Lauren Apgar, Milford, New Jersey, treasurer; Dr. Joseph Cipriani, professor, occupational therapy, faculty advisor; Jillian Eberly, Lancaster, president, and Mollie Robinson, Sayre, secretary.

Occupational Therapy 3-20-17 Kaitlin Sauder, Leola, PA, Lauren Apgar, Milford, NJ, Joseph Cipriani, Jillian Robinson, Lancaster, PA, Mollie Robinson, Sayre, PA
http://www.timesleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_TTL041717miseri.mvp_.jpgOccupational Therapy 3-20-17 Kaitlin Sauder, Leola, PA, Lauren Apgar, Milford, NJ, Joseph Cipriani, Jillian Robinson, Lancaster, PA, Mollie Robinson, Sayre, PA


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