Northern Kentucky University will open the new Health Innovation facility to support an integrated portfolio of programs to prepare health care professionals and to provide solutions to the population health and wellness challenges of the region and Commonwealth. These training programs and research activities will respond to the transformational changes presently taking place in the health care industry.
Learn more about Health Innovations by joining us for HEALTH INNOVATION WEEK April 16-20, 2018.
The idea behind the learning spaces is to disrupt traditional lecture style classes. Students can listen to online lectures at home and then spend class working together to solve problems. The spaces for learning include state-of-the-art monitors and projection ability providing a top-tier learning environment.
Think Tank Series Featuring Pulitzer-Prize Winning Author Matthew Desmond
Friday, April 20 // 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. // Student Union Ballroom
Join the College of Education & Human Services as they host Matthew Desmond, sociologist and Pulitzer Prize winner, for the Think Tank roundtable discussion. Think Tank participants will discuss food and housing insecurity and how these issues adversely affect the health of our students and the region. This event is open to the NKU and the northern Kentucky/Greater Cincinnati community. Educators, healthcare providers, first responders and public officials are encouraged to attend. There will be no cost to attend, but advanced registration will be required. Learn more here or contact the College of Education and Human Services at (859) 572-6069.