Showcase: Health and Human Services Week

Showcases

Past Programs

Monday, April 1, 2019 

Research and Innovation Scientific Poster Showcase
Time:
1-2:30 p.m.
Location: McNeill Hall 1051
View abstracts by CHHS faculty, students, as well as community health care professionals. Find out about their health and human services related research, evidence-based quality improvement projects, literature reviews, conceptual work and innovative projects. Topics include adaptive sports, diabetes, online gaming addiction, antimicrobial drug discovery and more!


Tuesday, April 2

CHHS Study Abroad Showcase: Health & Human Services Around the World
Time:
9-11 a.m.
Location: McNeill Hall first and second floor lobbies
Studying abroad can broaden world views, provide leadership development and help with future career opportunities. Find out about CHHS Study Abroad programs and how to enhance cultural competencies and increase social justice sensitivity.  


Wednesday, April 3

Photovoice: Substance Misuse in Our Community
Time: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 
Location: McNeill Hall first floor lobby
Photovoice is a process by which people can identify, represent and enhance their community through a specific photographic technique. Center for Healthy Communities is partnering with HEA 210 – Substance Abuse Prevention students – to identify a substance use/abuse/addiction topic of interest. Students will capture strengths and/or concerns in the community using photos and short captions to “tell the story” of substance abuse. View their photographs and read their narratives as they build community and advocate for change.


Thursday, April 4

Photovoice: Substance Misuse in Our Community
Time: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 
Location: Trask Coliseum
Photovoice is a process by which people can identify, represent and enhance their community through a specific photographic technique. Center for Healthy Communities is partnering with HEA 210 – Substance Abuse Prevention students – to identify a substance use/abuse/addiction topic of interest. Students will capture strengths and/or concerns in the community using photos and short captions to “tell the story” of substance abuse. View their photographs and read their narratives as they build community and advocate for change.