The team was formed last year with students from the Genesee Early College (GEC). This year, around 20 students from the high school, located on the UM-Flint campus, are participating.
The central idea of Pedaling for Parkinson’s is that physical activity, if increased beyond a patient’s normal routine, can add to quality of life and reduce some motor symptoms associated with Parkinson’s Disease.
Seven University of Michigan-Flint students took home ADDYs at the recentAmerican Advertising Federation of Greater Flint awards ceremony.
Curiosity Academy is a joint venture between UM-Flint, Kettering University, and Sloan Longway to spur, develop, and encourage interest in middle school girls for STEM careers.