Michigan class teaches public health using zombies
By Mike Householder The Associated Press
04/23/2013 09:08:46 PM EDT
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - You can learn a lot from a zombie.
At least that's what a University of Michigan professor hopes her 31 graduate students took away from Tuesday's bizarre, albeit bloody, "zombie apocalypse." The classroom exercise was designed to get School of Public Health students thinking about what the appropriate response should be during a disaster.
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