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Fourth and Fifth-Graders Will Learn about the “Wonders of Science” at University of Hartford

Posted 11/08/2012
Posted by David Isgur

More than 400 fourth and fifth-graders from the Hartford area will visit the University of Hartford on Tuesday, Nov. 13, to attend the fifth annualWonders of the Human Body Science Fair.” They will have the opportunity to judge interactive exhibits designed by students in the University’s College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions (ENHP). The winners will be announced during the “Kids Choice Awards” ceremony at the end of the fair, which is being held in the Great Room of the Konover Campus Center.

Students can conduct self-directed virtual tours of the digestive system, heart, skeleton and other body parts in an interactive format.

Each student will leave the science fair with new knowledge of “The Wonders of the Human Body” and will receive a souvenir bag with a grade level appropriate book on the functions of the human body and other health-related items.

For more information regarding this event, contact Nuchette Burke at 860.768.5208 or

The University of Hartford’s Educational Main Street (EMS) has been providing academic support to children and their families in many schools in Hartford and Bloomfield for over 22 years. The focus of the EMS program is to increase area students’ chances of graduating from high school and moving on to post-secondary education. EMS also provides parents and teachers with workshops on important educational issues.

EMS is part of the Center for Learning and Professional Education and the Institute for Translational Research within the College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions at the University of Hartford.

Chartered in 1957 with the mission to be a “private university with a public purpose,” the University of Hartford offers undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs in the arts, humanities, business, engineering and technology, education, and the health professions. The University’s student body of about 7,000 represents 45 states and nearly 60 countries. For more information, visit