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Open Door with the College of Health Solutions

The College of Health Solutions is excited to see you at ASU Open Door 2019. Come visit our labs and buildings. Meet our faculty, students and staff. Eat, exercise and explore all the ways we can help you become your healthiest self. We want to get to know you. It's fun! It's free! Get your tickets now.

Join in the fun at ASU Open Door at Downtown Phoenix on Saturday, February 9, from 1-5 p.m!

Electricity from your muscles: the muscle spiker box, Tent, 2nd Street & Taylor Place
How does your brain get your muscles to move? It's electricity! Your muscles are wired to your brain and electricity flows to your muscles and makes them move. Watch all the cool moves your muscles make on the Muscle SpikerBox, AKA the electromyograph.

Healthy snacks from the ASU Downtown nutrition garden, Outdoors on 2nd St. in front of Health South
ASU students from the Cultivate Garden Club and Nutrition faculty will provide tours of our campus garden and demonstrate how to prepare healthy snacks using the garden’s vegetables and herbs. Yummy samples will be offered.

Thinking on your feet, Tent, 2nd Street & Taylor Place
Is your brain smarter when you're sitting or standing? Test your brain power to see how you think on your feet.

Are you fitter than a 5th grader? Tent, 2nd Street & Taylor Place
Do some simple exercise tests to find out how fit you are.

Food on the go! Health South Instructional Kitchen
We know that you're always on the go, so visit the College of Health Solutions Instructional Kitchen. Learn to make some quick and healthy meals that you can take on the go. You'll walk away with new recipes and a quick meal.

Popcorn bar, Outside Health North on the Plaza
Come create your own gourmet packet of popcorn.

Audio and speech activities: Tent, 2nd Street & Taylor Place
Learn how to spell your name only using your fingers, or play Jenga and make cool sounds while learning about the different ways audiology and speech impact your life.

Art Inferno, Tent, 2nd Street & Taylor Place
Did you know that making art can be good for your health? Create your own fired alcohol ink piece.

Free hearing screenings Tent, 2nd Street & Taylor Place
Get your hearing checked. Audiology graduate clinicians will be providing free hearing screenings. This free hearing screening is available to anyone ages 5 and up.

Join in the fun at ASU Open Door at Tempe on Saturday, February 23, from 1-6 p.m.!

30-second BMI puzzle, Biodesign Institute Bldg B
Explore the world of biomedical informatics where people use technology to solve problems in the medical world. Complete a jigsaw puzzle about BMI in 30 seconds or less and spin the wheel to win a prize.

Touch a real brain Coor Hall, Forrest Mall lawn
Glove up and touch a real brain. Learn what parts of the brain are responsible for things like moving, feeling, talking and memory.

Audio and speech activities: Coor Hall, East patio
Learn how to spell your name only using your fingers, or play Jenga and make cool sounds while learning about the different ways audiology and speech impact your life.

Free hearing screenings, Coor Hall, Rm 2255
Get your hearing checked. Audiology graduate clinicians will be providing free hearing screenings. This free hearing screening is available to anyone ages 5 and up.

Popcorn bar, Coor Hall, Forest Mall Lawn
Come create your own gourmet packet of popcorn.

Simulated hearing loss, Coor Hall, Forrest Mall Lawn
Hearing loss not only affects communication, but also connection with the environment. Experience the effects of hearing loss on your perception of speech, music and other sounds in the environment.

Let’s talk about vocal health, Coor Hall, Forrest Mall Lawn
Is the regular pitch of your voice also your optimal pitch? Get your voice pitch measured and learn about the effects of using a pitch that might not be best for your voice.

Are you fitter than a 5th grader? Coor Hall, Forrest Mall Lawn
Do some simple exercise tests to find out how fit you are.