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Alice Catherine Jantzen

occupational therapist , educator.

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