CHS Media

When it’s “Wheelchair Day” at UWM, dozens of CHS students cruise around campus. Becoming skilled behind the wheel(chair) takes practice, but that’s exactly the point.

After sustaining an injury in high school and having to see physical therapists, UWM Women's Basketball forward Ashley Green became interested in studying kinesiology.

Maria, Dan, Paulette, Brian and Katie share their experiences at UWM's College of Health Sciences.
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Jesse Vang's passion for health and fitness led him to CHS's kinesiology program. Meet up with Jesse at his summer internship at the Southwest YMCA of Milwaukee.

B.S. Biomedical Sciences 2014 graduate, Michael Wilson, turned an internship into his dream job at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin.

Assistant Dean for Strategic Academic Initiatives and Planning, Susan Stalewski, discusses the new UW Flexible Option Program in Diagnostic Imaging.

Current M.S. Occupational Therapy student, Dana Hohlweck, is a life coach assistant in UWM's Life Impact program where she helps support student parents like herself.

Recent B.S. Kinesiology grad, Ashley Block, spent her last semester as the Health & Wellness programming intern for the Port Washington-Saukville school district.

Chris Nelson works at Penfield Children's Therapy Center as part of his clinical training in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at UWM.

Emily Murphy, Health Care Administration Senior, helps schedule blood drives and donates blood herself.

Health Care Administration undergrad, Peter Drozd, talks about his internship work with BloodCenter of Wisconsin.

Athletic Training student, Shayla Schuett, pursued her dream at the London Olympics.

Kinesiology graduate, John Hawkins Jr., fronted a heavy-metal band before following a new passion to physical therapy at UWM.

See how the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders is studying the use of synthesized speech.

Check out what Kinesiology student, Blake Goczeski, has to say about UWM.

Exploring Physical Therapy options in the Pediatric Neuromotor Laboratory, one baby-step at a time.