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Kinesiology’s ‘No Limits’ program, Design Concepts unveil prototype hand cycle

Kinesiology’s ‘No Limits’ program, Design Concepts unveil prototype hand cycle

Since late 2014, a team of experts from Design Concepts, Inc., worked closely with UW-Madison’s No Limits Kids Fitness program to create a hand cycle that was adjustable so children can use it as they grow. A prototype was unveiled June 23 during a short ceremony at the UW Natatorium, and School of Education video producer Eric Rajala was there to capture the action. No Limits is run by Tim Gattenby, the coordinator of adaptive fitness and personal training with the School of Education’s Department of Kinesiology.
July 29, 2016
UW-Madison’s Nicole Bowman-Farrell will be taking part in two sessions at the National Indian Education Association's Conference. Bowman-Farrell will be presenting ​at a pre-convention workshop called, “Utilizing a Tri-Lateral Model Approach to Revitalize Tribal Education Systems.” She also will be taking part in an in-convention session titled, “Asserting Sovereignty & Building Tribal Nations Using the Tri-Lateral Indian Education Policy Model.”
 
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