One of my favorite things in the Wolfe Street Building, home to the Bloomberg School of Public Health, is the Wall of Wonder. A show piece at the end of the hall from the main entrance, the Wall of Wonder is a large screen that departments and institutes reserve for a slide show. Usually the content is related to an event, guest speaker or current research that is taking place at the School. Below are some examples.
This slide was from the Zika Symposium we hosted in February. You can read more about it in the February 16 blog.
Remember when I was hyped for Vaccine Day? Here’s one of the pictures submitted for the photo contest that was shown on the Wall of Wonder.
I took this picture the day of the Career Fair.
One of the facts posted by the Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse for their Symposium.
The Wall of Wonder has also been used to live stream big events, like the World Cup and Presidential Inaugurations. When you’re on campus, I encourage you to take a few moments to learn some fun facts via the Wall of Wonder.