National Biomechanics Day
National Biomechanics Day was founded in 2016 and is a world-wide celebration of Biomechanics, focusing on informing high school students about the field of Biomechanics. In 2016, members of our Department went to Omaha North High School to educate their students about Biomechanics through interactive activities.
2017's National Biomechanics Day was a huge success! We had around 100 students and teachers from the Omaha community visit the Biomechanics Research Building to explore the labs and learn about Biomechanics!
SAVE THE DATE: National Biomechanics 2018 is April 11!
We offer tours of the research labs in the Biomechanics Research Building. These tours can be tailored to the needs of the group. Examples of tours given include potential Biomechanics students, Elementary, Middle, and High School student groups, businesses, potential collaborators, or anyone interested in learning more about Biomechanics research!
Please contact Amelia Lanier or Jeff Kaipust at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in learning more or setting up a tour.
We love interacting with the community! If you are interested in learning more or have an idea for Biomechanics community outreach, please contact our COBRE Outreach Coordinator, Amelia Lanier.
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