Health Occupations students attend Trine fair

April 16, 2019

From left, Chloe Brittain, a Trine University freshman from Wheeler, Michigan, majoring in exercise science, presents a display on iron deficiency to Grace Emberton, an Angola High School senior, and Jennifer Sears, a Health Occupations Education (HOE) teacher at Angola High School. Trine’s Rinker-Ross School of Health Sciences hosted a fair with displays on several topics relating to health for the HOE students on Tuesday, April 16, in Best Hall. More photos are available on SmugMug.

Photo by Dean Orewiler

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