Nurses Stuck Needles in Me
Marissa Frost is an undergraduate student in the Pre-Nursing program at the University of Colorado Denver (UCD). Through her desire to cultivate her leadership skills she has secured the position as Secretary of the Transfer Student Organization at UCD. Before transferring to UCD Marissa served as a volunteer at the University of Minnesota Medical Center in Minneapolis. Marissa also received a number of awards during her high school career in Urbandale, Iowa, which include the National Council on Youth Leadership Certificate, the English Department Award, and the Art Department Award. The digital story “Nurses Stuck Needles in Me” represents her creative work as she merges it with her passion for global health. As she continues towards her degree she plans to continue engaging in an art-based approach to health and wellness.
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MEMORY VI An Ostrich’s Eye Is Bigger Than Its Brain
Gloria ChungFilm, Multimedia Features
MEMORY VI An Ostrich’s Eye Is Bigger Than Its Brain is a rumination on why people remember certain trivial or mundane facts but might be unable to recall ostensibly larger ideas or details/events of greater significance. The works in this series, MEMORY, reflect different facets of human memory that I am interested in. They […]