Interview with Susan L. Hinze, WMU '85
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WMU Occupational Therapy Centennial Celebration
Occupational Therapist, and WMU Alumae, Susan Hinze '85 shares her memories about the role of arts and crafts in her OT education at WMU, and in particular, her fondness of weaving and floor looms as therapeutic tools.
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Occupational Therapy, Centennial, Western Michigan University, Alumae, Oral Histories, Weaving, Arts & Crafts
Fiber, Textile, and Weaving Arts | Occupational Therapy | Oral History
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Hinze, Susan L., "Interview with Susan L. Hinze, WMU '85" (2022). WMU Centennial Celebration. 2.
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