Health and Exercise Sciences

  • HES Class Works to Encourage Safe Driving Practices

    February 23, 2017

    Future health science professionals have been hard at work recently. The students in Health 255, Introduction to Community and Public Health, have been tabling around the campus of Truman advocating for safe and sober driving. They have been working tables in Magruder Hall, the SUB, and McClain Hall promoting the CHEERS program (a state-wide program […]

  • HLTH 349: Research Methods Poster Presentations

    January 30, 2017

    In December, the HLTH 349: Research Methods course presented their research projects via a poster presentation. Topics included student knowledge of the Affordable Care Act, blood donation behaviors, assessment of campus smoking policies, college student stress, oral health behaviors, student mental wellness, and disability studies awareness. There was a poster competition for first and second […]

  • Heather Ayer RN, BSN, BS in Health Science 2006

    November 16, 2016

    After graduating from Truman as a BS, CHES, I went on to get my nursing degree. I worked in oncology and then made my way from there into quality.  I actually worked from home for the last several years for a company that contracted out medical chart reviews for Medicare compliance.  I recently accepted a job […]

  • JAMIE CUMMINGS, HEALTH SCIENCE GRAD ’15: ENVIRONMENTAL REPRESENTATIVE

    November 4, 2016

    Jamie Cummings, CHES, earned her BS In Health Science in May 2015. She is an Environmental Representative with the Saint Louis County Department of Public Health. Her job requires her to enforce environmental health policies in various food facilities, nursing homes, daycares, hospitals, and lodging and aquatic establishments ensuring health and safety hazards are minimized.  […]

  • For Kids’ Sake

    November 1, 2016

    Students from HLTH 405: Global Public Health developed two fundraising events to raise money and awareness to For Kids’ Sake, which is an organization focused on supporting orphanages and schools in Bangladesh. Students held two fundraisers, including fundraising on Parent’s Weekend and selling Oreo Balls at the Truman Oktober Fest event on Friday, October 7.  […]

  • Service Celebration

    October 28, 2016

    On Wednesday, October 19th, the Celebration of Service, Service Learning, and Civic Engagement event was held by the APDC, Civic Engagement Committee, and SERVE Center. There were twelve different posters featuring projects from Truman faculty (Ms. Liz Jorn, Dr. Vayu Gokhale, Dr. Janice Clark, Dr. Datha Martinez, Dr. Ben Wodika, and Dr. Sarah Berke) as […]

  • Dinner for a Difference

    On September30th and October 5th, Health Science students from HLTH 366: Program Planning fundraised for the Community Action Partnership (CAP NEMO) as part of their efforts to raise awareness about CAP NEMO’s “Dinner for a Difference” event.  Students partnered with CAP NEMO to learn more about fundraising efforts as well as the process of fundraising. […]

  • Homecoming 5K

    October 24, 2016

    This past Saturday was the 31st annual Bulldog Forever Homecoming 5K sponsored by Cardinal Key, Intramural Sports, Phi Epsilon Kappa and the Advancement Office.  146 runners signed up for the event and over 50 students from Exercise Science, PEK, Athletic Training and Cardinal Key helped with registration, course marshalling, finish line, first aid and result.

  • Dr. Wodika and Dr. Clark’s Classes Visit the Possibility Alliance

    October 21, 2016

    October 18, 2016 was a beautiful day for two Truman classes to tour and provide service to the Possibility Alliance eco project near LaPlata, Missouri.  Students from Dr. Alicia Wodika’s JINS 336, Environmental Justice course, and Dr. Janice Clark’s HLTH 362, Environmental Health course learned about the mission and principles of the 10 year “experiment” […]

  • From Dreams to Reality

    October 11, 2016

    Chris Solomon, Dec. 14, ES—“I’m working for Eli Lilly as a pharmaceutical sales rep in the Diabetes unit.   I give credit to the HES Faculty for guiding me through my education–especially Liz Jorn, my awesome advisor, who gave wise counsel and offered friendship.  Dr. Donahue, Dr. Bird, Dr. Mayhew, and Jana Arabas took a special […]

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