University of North Dakota Faculty/Staff Newsletter

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Accidental injuries cover a wide range of issues, including: motor vehicle crashes, drowning, falls, fires, burns, ATV accidents and farm injuries. Carma Hanson, Altru’s Safe Kids Coordinator, is spreading awareness about preventable harm. “Lack of supervision and failure to use safety devices that would prevent them from occurring... It’s not about fault, but about how we can prevent [injury] in the first place. The steps are really simple and cost effective, but society hasn’t shifted to that mentality yet,” Hanson says. Tune in to learn about keeping youngsters out of harm’s way.

The Air Force Honor Guard Drill Team is a well-trained assembly that combines military skills and performance. They are a tight group who depend on each other. “I could call these guys in the middle of the night and ask them for something…they’re like my brothers,” says Airman First Class, Billy Degraffenreid, Jr. Learn how these airmen use the love of country and specialized skills to entertain.

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