KINES students share experiences in nature

KINES student presenters pose with Kristina Jackson (far left) and John Coumbe-Lilley (far right) at Tell our Stories event.

Eight KINES students shared digital storytelling presentations with family, friends and members of the public at REI Lincoln Park┬áStore’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.