Western New England University is accepting applications for a new Doctor
of Occupational Therapy (OTD) program scheduled to launch this fall. The
entry-level OTD is a three-year program completed over nine semesters,
including summer sessions. It is designed for students who will have a
bachelor’s degree and all prerequisite courses completed prior to beginning
the program. The program has been granted Candidacy Status by the
Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education and is enrolling
for fall. Learn more at wne.edu/otd.
Doctor of Occupational Therapy
Program to Launch This Fall
The School of Law held
its 42nd Annual Basketball Tournament on
February 10-12 to great
including Harvard Law
University School of Law,
Suffolk Law School, and
last year’s Men’s Division
winner Duke University
School of Law.
The 2017 winner of
the Men’s Division was
the University of Maine
School of Law, and for
the second year in a row,
the Women’s Division
champion was Syracuse
College of Law.
On October 28, the School of Law hosted naturalization proceedings for the U.S.
Citizenship and Immigration Services. Several western Massachusetts residents
took the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America, and were sworn in as
U.S. District Court Judge Mark Mastroianni ’89 ruled on the motion to accept the
new citizens, administered the Oath of Allegiance to the applicants, and challenged
them to embrace their new privileges and responsibilities.
Back (L to R): Jeremy Saint Laurent 3L, Austin Provost 3L,
Terrell Murdaugh 1L, Salomon Louis ’ 15, and Alex Mazzella 3L.
Front (L to R): Peter Iannuzzi 3L, Iman Farimani 2L, Jaime Kruse 3L,
Kwame Akuffo 3L, and Kedar Ismail 2L.
SCHOOL OF LAW MEN’S TEAM
Back (L to R): Lorina Murphy 3L, Gabby Minicucci 2L, Kimberly Roche 3L, Claribel
Morales 1L, Corryn Fojut 3L, Kelsey Cullen 3L, Emily Cintorino 1L, and Ashleigh
Rousseau 1L. Front (L to R): Cherish Wright 2L and Arielle Aikens 3L.
SCHOOL OF LAW’S WOMEN’S TEAM
New U.S. Citizens Take Oath at