Caroline Thompson Memorial Lecture Series
Cheryl Mattingly, Ph.D.
"Vulnerability, Trust and the Good Life: Navigating Between Home and Clinic Worlds"
Joy Hammel, Ph.D., OTR/L, FAOTA
"Insider perspectives on home, community & work participation disparities experienced by people with disabilities: Are we responding to priorities of the disability community and what would OT look like if we did?
List of Previous Speakers
See a list of previous speakers, their topics and links to more information on some of our more recent lectures.
About the Lecture Series
Caroline Goss Thompson,
professor emerita of the
Occupational Therapy Program,
died on December 4, 2004, in
Madison, Wisc. at the age of 95.
Thompson came to the University
of Wisconsin in 1945 as the
director of the newly formed
Occupational Therapy Program.
Her leadership and great dedication to this small
undergraduate OT program allowed it to grow
into a nationally recognized site of educational
excellence in the field. Those of us privileged
to know Thompson as a colleague and a friend
will remember her tireless commitment to
occupational therapy, her skills in bringing
people together, her openness to new ideas,
her encouraging spirit, and her vision for the
future. This lecture honors the memory of
Caroline Goss Thompson - scholar, dedicated
leader, collaborator and generous friend of the
University. This memorial lecture is supported
by alumni contributions to the University of
The Caroline Thompson Lecture and Reception are free and open to the public. Advanced reservations are required. Please contact the Occupational Therapy Program office at:
2120 Medical Sciences Center
1300 University Avenue Madison, WI 53706