Yesterday, the Health Science students from the ALC, had the opportunity to tour Weber State University. The tour included not only the virtual cadaver lab, but also a tour to the newly built simulation lab. The new simulation laboratory in the Dr. Ezekiel R. Dumke College of Health Professions is providing a greater level of realism for students pursuing degrees in emergency care & rescue, nursing and respiratory therapy.
Mr. Arnold's Class has done it once again!
This week's faculty poster spoof is none other than our Information Technology teacher, Mr. Richard Dougan.
They did a great job on this one! It is so fun to see how creative our ALC students are!
Thanks for giving us something else to look forward every week. You guys are amazing!
Our Criminal Justice class took a field yesterday to the Utah County Sheriff's Department. They gained new information touring the forensics lab and the Search and Rescue Unit. The students said that it was a fun learning experience and enjoyed having our secretary, Miranda Hjorth, on the field trip with them.
The students have enjoyed this class and enjoy having Mark Robinson as their instructor.
Mark your Calendars for the 2016 Engineering Day at the University of Utah, November 5 from 9 am - 12 pm @ the Warnock Engineering Building, 72 S. Central Campus Dr.
This is one event you don't want to miss. They will have presentations and tours in biomedical, chemical, civil, computer science, electrical, geological materials science, mechanical, metallurgical and mining.
Registration opens Oct. 10th. To register go to coe.utah.edu/eng_day
This Event is sponsored by Rio Tinto (Kennecott Utah Copper), The U of U, and Pac 12
Mr. Brandon Arnolds Digital Media class has been busy making some revisions here at the ALC. Those revisions are not on the building, but on the faculty and their faces.
The class says that they plan on doing a poster sized rendition for each member of our faculty throughout the school year. The most recent revision is in honor of our awesome principal, Wade Tischner.
We look forward to the creativity of our ALC students and their future posters.
The Medical Forensics class was recently asked to create a timeline of the history of Forensics. It was amazing to see the hard work and detail that went into these timelines. Natalie Grant, who is the instructor of this course, is always helping the students learn through hands on projects.
It is always fun to see what cool things this class is doing from week to week.
Paying for college can be stressful and financial burden.
StepUpUtah and UHEAA realize this and will be hosting a Pacific Islander "Paying for College Night" at Mountain View high school on October 5th from 6 to 8pm. The event will involve paying for college workshops, college fair, and free food.
Brendan Bakker (SFHS), Tyler Christmas (MMHS), Gavin Deschamps (PHS), Noah Eliason (SHS), Kyle Gordon (SHHS), Rebekah Hair (MMHS), T-Rex Larsen (SHHS), Samuel Oliver (MMHS), Nicholas Paduano (MMHS), and Adam Syndergaard (MMHS) are students in the Engineering Design and Development course which is the capstone course for the engineering program at the Advanced Learning Center.