UWM Open House - October 29, 2010
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The UWM College of Health Sciences Human Movement Sciences department's display featured information on leading active and healthy lives.
Graduate students in the Human Movement Sciences department provide insight into the life of HMS students to prospective UWM students and their families.
The UWM College of Health Sciences Human Movement Sciences department displayed an exhibit on shoes for an active lifestyle which gave information on fit, lacing, replacement and other aspects of buying shoes that will be perfect for healthy activity.
The UWM College of Health Sciences Health Sciences display featured information on the new B.S. in Nutrition.
UWM College of Health Sciences Communication Sciences & Disorders professor, Patricia Willis, works on a communication puzzle with a prospective CHS student.
Susan Roskopf, John Ndon and his family, Jeri-Anne Lyons and Shahla Anders pose in front of the UWM College of Health Sciences BioMedical Sciences display.
UWM College of Health Sciences Occupational Science & Technology department displayed many items that occupational therapists and therapeutic recreation practitioners use with clients.
Anne Lamb (center) and Megan Schmid (right), from the CHS Office of Student Services, welcome a visitor (left) to the UWM College of Health Sciences area.
Alberto Maldonado, Megan Schmid and Anne Lamb from the College of Health Sciences Office of Student Services provide a warm welcome and valuable information to UWM open house guests.
Prospective students and their parents peruse information about Health Sciences careers.
UWM College of Health Sciences faculty, staff and students prepare to provide information to prospective students and their families about health care careers.
UWM Open House display featuring Mayor Thomas Barrett's hand injury and the impact of occupational therapy to his recovery.
A human skeleton model welcomes visitors to the Occupational Science & Technology exhibit reinforcing the need for our prospective students to excel in human biology.
The UWM College of Health Sciences Occupational Science & Technology department developed a very interactive and engaging display for open house.