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Dental Hygiene student Annie Richardson won first place for her presentation titled "The Relationship Between Periodontal Disease and Alzheimer's Disease". Dental Hygiene students, Amy Wuthrich and Leah Janeski, tied for second with their presentation titled "Silver Amalgam Versus Resin Composite Dental Fillings". Also tied for second, Health Sciences students, Joshua Gates, Amy Gelatt, Kayla Hayes, and Madeline Lyon, with their presentation titled "Lifestyles intervention for High Risk Middle School Students". Nursing students, Taylor Stennerson and Erin Strohmeyer, tied for third…
Alexis Okurily (third from the left), a doctoral student in physical therapy, came in the top four at the 3 Minute Grad Slam. Alexis won the people’s choice award with her presentation on using exercise as a treatment option for people with Parkinson’s disease
Out of 26 graduating seniors, two were chosen for the President's Prize. One being our very own, Adrianna Camacho. Adrianna is a nursing student at NAU-Yuma. For more information on the President's Prize, Golden Axe, and Distinguished Seniors visit NAU news.
Micaela Kingston was chosen as the 2017 CHHS Distinguished Senior of the Year. Micaela will be receiving her Bachelors of Science in Fitness Wellness. Character statement from the Health Sciences department: "Micaela Kingston is a responsible, mature student with a strong work ethic who noticeably improves her classmates’ motivation and learning outcomes. Micaela has demonstrated that she not only mastered academic concepts, but connected concepts to form and express deeper understandings of the content, and accordingly was selected as a…