Cleveland State University Occupational Therapy program is continuing to offer many of its traditional services while introducing new ones to promote health and well-being despite COVID-19, offering many services via zoom.
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Cleveland State now holds a 5-5 overall record and 5-5 in the Horizon League. Purdue Fort Wayne, which had one six in a row coming into the series, moves to 7-3. The Vikings have split three of their first five series this season.
“Always the consummate team player, and the first to give credit to others,” CSU President Harlan Sands said. “It will be a challenge for Dr. Zhu to allow us to appropriately celebrate his many accomplishments and express our gratitude for his body of work.”