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Faculty

Bryan M. Gee

Bryan M. Gee, PhD(c), MEd, OTR/L, BCP

Associate Professor
Program Director
Assistant Department Chair

Office: Garrison House, 2nd floor

(208) 282-3629

geebrya@isu.edu

Education
Master of Education in Instructional Technology, May 2011, Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID.
Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD), August of 2007, University of Saint Augustine, FL.
Bachelor of Science and Master of Science (BS/MS) in Occupational Therapy, May 2002, D'Youville College, Buffalo, NY.
AOTA Board Certification in Pediatrics.

Professional Areas of Interests: Sensory processing interventions, traditional and non-traditional service delivery in pediatrics, patient education and instructional design and technology in didactic and clinical education.

Personal Interests/Hobbies: Spending time with my family, cycling, and camping.

Kimberly Lloyd

Kimberly Lloyd, MOTR/L

Clinical Assistant Professor/Academic Fieldwork Coordinator

Office: Garrison House, 2nd floor

(208) 282-3006

lloykim3@isu.edu

Education
Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy, Idaho State University, 2004.

Professional Areas of Interests: Acute Care and Post Acute Care Rehabilitation, Home Health, Fall Prevention, Home Assessments/Modifications with Older Adults.

Personal Interests/Hobbies: Music, traveling, enjoying the outdoors and spending time with family and friends.

Theodore W. Peterson

Theodore W. Peterson, DrOT, MBA, OTR/L

Clinical Assistant Professor

Office: Garrison House, 3rd floor

(208) 282-4631

petetheo@isu.edu

Education
Doctor of Occupational Therapy. 2008. Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Master of Business Administration. 1992. Minnesota State University-Moorhead, Moorhead, MN
Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy. 1980. University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND

Professional Areas of Interests: Assistive technology, home modification, management/administration of rehabilitation services, public policy and regulation of occupational therapy, occupational science and incorporation of occupational science principles into practice, aging and quality of life throughout the aging process.

Personal Interests/Hobbies: Reading (especially histories and biographies), music, camping.

Kelly Thompson

Kelly Thompson, EdD, OTR/L

Clinical Associate Professor

Office: Garrison House, 3rd floor

(208) 282-4097

thomkel2@isu.edu

Education
Doctor of Education - Educational Leadership. 2008. Idaho State University. Pocatello, ID
Master of Science - Occupational Therapy. 2002. Belmont University. Nashville, TN
Bachelor of Science - Occupational Therapy. 1990. University of New Hampshire. Durham, NH

Professional Interests:
Mental health practice, substance use disorders, practice in the 21st century, student learning

Personal Interests:
News, politics, riding my motorcycle, knitting, and playing with my 3 dogs

Staff

Teresa Baker

Technical Records Specialist II

Office: Garrison Hall 202

208-282-2590

208-282-4962

baketere@isu.edu

Carla Green

Administrative Assistant II

Office: Garrison Hall 216

208-282-4095

208-282-4962

greecar2@isu.edu

Marcy Kestner

Technical Records Specialist

Office: Garrison Hall 202

208-282-4285

208-282-4962

kestmarc@isu.edu

Luke Lovell

Interactive Video Conferencing Classroom Specialist (IVCCS)

Office: Garrison 305

208-530-3025

loveluke@isu.edu

Megan Robertson

Administrative Assistant I

Office: Meridian Health Science Center 819

208-373-1733

lewimeg2@isu.edu

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