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Alice Catherine Jantzen

Alice Catherine Jantzen, American occupational therapist, educator. Recipient Florida Blue Key Distinguished Faculty award, 1971.

Background

  • Jantzen, Alice Catherine was born on August 17, 1918 in Brookline, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Francis T. and Alice M. (Doyle) J. Bachelor of Arts, Wellesley College, 1939.

  • Education

    • Graduate faculty U. Fla. Graduate faculty Colo. Graduate study 1962-1964, bd.

    Career

    • Assistant professor Western Mich. Director Jantzen Engineering Inc. Author: Research-The Practical Approach for Occupational Therapy, 1981.

      President American Occupational Therapy Found. Delegate to American Occupational Therapy Association 1967-1970), Maryland.

    Works

    • Author: Research-The Practical Approach for Occupational Therapy, 1981. Contributor Articles to professional journals President American Occupational Therapy Foundation, 1964-1966.

    Membership

    Served with United States Navy Reserve, 1943-1946. Fellow American Occupational Therapy Association (chairman committee graduate study 1962-1964, board management 1962-1964, vice president 1964-1966, Executive Board 1964-1966, 74-76, steering committee of commission on education 1978-1980, editorial board 1978-1980, personnel committee 1979-1982, Academy award 1973, award of merit 1979). Member Florida Occupational Therapy Association (president 1971-1972.

    Connections

    • father: Francis T. Bachelor of Arts
    • mother: Alice M. (Doyle) J. Bachelor of Arts
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    Died October 21, 1983
    (aged 65)
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