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Displaying Articles for News: CHHS News, Category: CHHS November 2016 E-Newsletter
CSD Students Present at National Convention (November 21st, 2016)

Student research assistants from the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders Allison Glascock, Kennedy McAlpin, Meredith Tade, Megan French and Shelby Schaefer presented their research study “A Novel Game for Improving Engagement in Older Adul

WKU Students Raise Awareness about Antibiotic Overuse (November 17th, 2016)

Efforts from a group of WKU students to raise awareness about antibiotic resistance issue paid off, when Bowling Green Mayor Bruce Wilkerson read from a proclamation naming Nov. 14-20 "Antibiotic Resistance Awareness Week in Bowling Green."

MPH Student Casey Cahill Presented at Mid-American College Health Association Conference (November 11th, 2016)

Casey Cahill, Graduate Assistant of Student Wellness, presented the topic “Data Software for a Student Wellness Program to Increase Engagement on Campus While Utilizing Various Marketing Outlets” at Conference

EOHS Faculty and Students Conduct Firefighter Research Survey in Owensboro, Kentucky (November 2nd, 2016)

On Saturday, October 29th, faculty and graduate students from the Environmental and Occupational Health Science program conducted a survey with over 150 firefighters from across the Green River Firefighter Association (GRFA).

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CSD Students Present at National Convention

Student research assistants from the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders Allison Glascock, Kennedy McAlpin, Meredith Tade, Megan French and Shelby Schaefer presented their research study “A Novel Game for Improving Engagement in Older Adul

WKU Students Raise Awareness about Antibiotic Overuse

Efforts from a group of WKU students to raise awareness about antibiotic resistance issue paid off, when Bowling Green Mayor Bruce Wilkerson read from a proclamation naming Nov. 14-20 "Antibiotic Resistance Awareness Week in Bowling Green."

MPH Student Casey Cahill Presented at Mid-American College Health Association Conference

Casey Cahill, Graduate Assistant of Student Wellness, presented the topic “Data Software for a Student Wellness Program to Increase Engagement on Campus While Utilizing Various Marketing Outlets” at Conference

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