USD Ikiugu Recognized by National Occupational Therapy Organization
The AOTA recognized Ikiugu and selected him for their Roster of Fellows for his contributions to the OT profession, particularly through his work on OT theory, occupational science and global issues.
Ikiugu has been on faculty at the University of South Dakota since 2005.
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