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International Story E-Learning Goes the Distance
Susan Stalewski, MBA, MLS, director, Office of e-Learning and clinical associate professor, Clinical Laboratory Sciences at the College of Health Sciences, recently received a surprise in the mail. Sgt. Steven Rembalski, one of her eLearning student...
OTs Help Clients “Live Life to its Fullest”
The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) kicks off National Occupational Therapy Month in April to raise awareness for the profession and to show how OTs help individuals “Live Life to its Fullest.” Occupational therapy enables people of...
A Novel Treatment Plan
Holly Seefeldt, M.S., OTR, is a College of Health Sciences (CHS) alumna and an occupational therapist at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee, Wis. Recently she worked with a patient who participated in a study to test an innovative new drug...
March is National Athletic Training Month
The National Association of Athletic Trainers (NATA) kicked off their tenth annual National Athletic Training Month in March with the theme, “Sports Safety is a Team Effort.” This year’s goal is to build awareness of the important role that athletic...
2010 Calendar Showcases CHS Research, Academic Programs and Community Outreach
The new 2010 College of Health Sciences (CHS) calendar is available. Highlighting the variety of activities taking place at the College, it features a different faculty member or alumnus (and his or her story) each month. CHS Dean Chukuka S. Enwemek...
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