Join us as we open our doors to the College of Nursing and Health Sciences community!
Faculty and staff representatives from all departments will be present for talks, tours and friendly conversation in Rowell Building and Pomeroy Hall on Saturday, October 7 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Nursing Professor Jason Garbarino and Rehabilitation and Movement Science Professor Tim Tourville will present talks beginning at 10:45 a.m., followed by department-specific activities. Additional highlights of the weekend include the Department of Nursing's White Coat Ceremony for first-year undergraduate and Direct-Entry Nursing students and their families on Friday evening, and a 50th-anniversary breakfast for the Nursing Class of 1967 on Saturday morning.
10:30 a.m. Welcome with Dean Patricia Prelock (Rowell 103)
10:45 a.m. “Innovation in Gerontological Nursing Education: Aging is Very Personal (AIVP) Service Learning Program” with Dr. Jason Garbarino, Department of Nursing (Rowell 103)
10:45 a.m. “Identification of Therapeutic Targets for the Treatment of Knee Osteoarthritis” with Dr. Tim Tourville, Department of Rehabilitation and Movement Science (Rowell 111)
11:15 – 12:30 p.m. Simulation and research lab tours and meetings with faculty to learn about the curriculum and experience content in the departments
Department of Rehabilitation and Movement Science Events
- Motion analysis demonstration with Dr. Sue Kasser (Rowell 303)
- Exercise testing demonstration with Nate Kokinda (Rowell 017)
Department of Medical Laboratory and Radiation Sciences Events
- Virtual Environment Radiotherapy Training (VERT) demonstration (Rowell 104)
- Interactive medical laboratory experiment (Rowell 113)
Department of Nursing Events
- Simulation lab tour (Rowell second floor)
- Opportunity to meet faculty and review Nursing Department archives (Rowell 201B)
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders Events (Pomeroy Hall)
- E.M. Luse Center for Speech, Language and Hearing tour
- Opportunity to meet students and faculty, discuss department research
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- Founded in 1791, became a Land Grant university in 1862
- Home to seven undergraduate schools and colleges, the Honors College, Graduate College, Larner College of Medicine, and Division of Continuing and Distance Education
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- 18 Division I athletic teams
- "UVM" stands for Universitas Viridis Montis, Latin for University of the Green Mountains
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