Alumni Association - Connections Project

Tricks & Tips

This week we have two more short videos to share with you from the UNMC Talent Treasure Trove — one from a UNO student/UNMC intern and one from a UNMC nursing alumna. The first will offer you a chance to laugh and perhaps be amazed and the second, a chance to learn and gain insight that you might share with a loved one. Either way, you will definitely want to tune in.

We are seeking UNMC alumni, faculty, staff, students, and fellow colleagues to share their “hidden” talents with us for our T3 project, so reach out to us! Send a note to alumni@unmcalumni.org.

~ Be safe, be healthy and be connected.

Meet Miya Eddy and her dog Jaxson. Miya is a junior at the University of Nebraska Omaha and she is interning in the Alumni Relations Office at UNMC. She does the work behind the scenes in bringing these videos to life with her video editing skills. Thank you Miya!
Holly Warth, RN, BSN, ’78, ’80 shares what tai chi is, where it comes from, the health benefits, and some simple moves to get you started. Tai Chi is a best practice, outcome-based program proven to decrease risk of falls in our seniors. Make tai chi a recommendation to your seniors in your medical practices.

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