The Women and Gender Resource Center hosted UA’s annual Take Our Children to Work Day on Nov. 11. Children of UA faculty and staff got to experience a taste of the many exciting activities happening on campus.
Interim Vice President for Student Life Steven Hood kicked off the day with some fun and juggling.
Evan Menzel, Biology Instructor (left) gave a lesson about reptiles, and the kids got to meet some cold-blooded friends, including this bearded dragon…
And this Indonesian ground boa.
Dalton Hall, UA Food and Nutrition Major (right) led a hands-on “no cooking” cooking demo to teach about family nutrition.
The children got to create their own works of art during a lesson on printmaking from the Department of Art and Art History.
Attendees also explored the Alabama Museum of Natural History on a personalized tour.
This year's event for faculty, staff and their children was a big hit.
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