We caught a glimpse of some auto service students in the shop working at ongoing projects. Students work on various parts of engine, transmission, electrical, and a myriad of other parts of automobiles throughout the program at the Grove campus.
Interior Design students in History of Furniture & Architecture II get to spark their creativity and build a table based on themes of their choice. Working within the parameters of the assignment, the students went all out. These were also featured in Wichita’s “The Front Porch” magazine (www.thefrontporchwichita.com)
Enrollment has really picked up in the air conditioning technology program! Have a look at the students working on equipment in the lab as part of their coursework.
Students in Auto Collision learn the demanding skill of repairing and fabricating bodywork for automobiles. Once completed, these students can take the skill beyond cars and have a great portfolio.
Check out this quick video of students in Medical Terminology prepared to give presentations using puppets! With a caregiver/patient relationship with each puppet pair, the students use what they’ve learned in the class to describe a condition, symptoms, and treatments using the terms learned in class.
Ever had negative impressions done on your teeth for bleach trays or other items? Check out this video of the material used to make it happen; the alginate creates the impression and suctions on after about 45 seconds!
Anatomy & Physiology students at the Southside Center get an up-close look at living tissue by dissecting frogs. The frogs are clinically dead, but their systems continue to operate for some time afterward (heartbeats, musculature, etc.), giving students the unique opportunity to examine the stuff normally seen in the textbook!
This medical assisting student demonstrates to her instructor the procedure for sterile dressing techniques and suture removals on a model in the lab. These students will practice these important skills upon graduation when they get these high-demand jobs.