KINES students share experiences in nature
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Eight KINES students shared digital storytelling presentations with family, friends and members of the public at REI Lincoln Park Store’s Community Outreach Center Sunday, April 9.
The students participated in an Alternative Spring Break (ABS) called “Nature and Emotional Well-being” where they documented their experiences in nature through guided hikes through the city, a forest preserve and a state park.
KN clinical associate professor John Coumbe-Lilley is ASB program leader and KINES master’s student Kristina Jackson is ASB program coordinator.