About Nancy Ranft

Nancy Ranft, OTD, OTR/L is an associate professor of Occupational Therapy with more than 30 years of clinical practice. She has provided direct client services and fieldwork supervision in the following settings: community outpatient clinic, acute trauma and community hospitals, and inpatient mental health. She has also held multi-disciplinary management roles in mental health, community hospital and outpatient settings.

Recent Courses Taught

OTH 504 Foundations of Occupational Therapy, Lab
OTH 608 Foundations of Occupational Therapy, Lecture and lab
OTH 612 Management of Occupational Therapy Services, Lecture and Seminar
OTH 622 Fieldwork Seminar

Distinctions & Awards

Faculty Distinguished Service Award, 2017

Selected Publications

Course Revision: The Daunting Task of Creating New and Improved, American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Poster Presentation 2020

Modifying Teaching to Meet the Needs of Students, Center for Teaching and Learning, May 2017

Educational Background

OTD, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
Occupational Therapy
BS, The Ohio State University
Allied Health Science-Occupational Therapy