Shelby Johnson: “The biggest benefits of service learning courses include the ability to invent and experience in clinics”

Meet Shelby Johnson, Biomedical Engineering student, from Paris, Arkansas. She took Dr. Jensen’s service learning course BMEG 470V: Clinical Needs Findings for the first time in fall 2018.  According to Shelby, this learning experience allows students to...

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Jean Henry on Public Health Internship

Meet Professor Leah Jean Henry! She is an associate professor of Community Health Promotion at Health, Human Performance and Recreation, College of Education and Health Professions. For the past years, she has been supervising Public Health Internship which has...

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Andre Figueroa: “Service learning helps improve my problem-solving skill”

Andre Figueroa from Cusco, Peru is currently a student of Biomedical engineering at the University of Arkansas. He took BMEG 3801 Clinical Observations and Needs Finding last semester with Dr. Hanna Jensen. It was his first time taking a service learning...

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