RN to BSN Students Participate in Health Fair
|Date: Friday, April 6th, 2012||Return to Archive|
Sixteen students enrolled in WKU’s on-line RN to BSN program participated in a health fair organized by four nursing faculty members. The health fair took place at the UPS center in Bowling Green on March 15th . Forty-six employees visited various health promotion displays including arthritis, high blood pressure, sun safety, diabetes, healthy back practices, hand washing, healthy heart, and cholesterol/diet/BMI.
The students pictured are Jan Boarman, Dustie Barnett, Dee Edwards, Melissa Ebelhar, Kim Gowen, Sandra Gross, Sara Hodskins, Bethany Kinney, Ashley Kirk, Robin Madison, Ayme Rowland, Michelle Sharp, Robin Sewell, Angela Storie, Jennifer Waterbury, and Terri Webb. They were from Bowling Green, Owensboro, Smiths Grove, Albany, Greenville, and Oakland. Faculty attending were Dr. Cathy Abell, Ms. Tonya Bragg-Underwood, Ms. Kathleen Riley, and Dr. Deborah Williams.
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