From inspirational keynote speaker — former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. David Satcher — to the impressive culinary delights dished up during HTM Society's 15th annual Black Tie Dinner, Life Inspired 2013 showcased HHS and demonstrated how education, creativity, dedication and passion are key to improving quality of life.
Tricia Adreani, a senior in hospitality and tourism management, took top honors in the HHS study abroad photo contest. In September 2012, while exploring Dalian's Forest Zoo in China, Adreani says it was such a beautiful day, "Why not have an elephant lift me up?" (Photo by Marge Adreani)
Andrew Joonhyung Park, a sophomore in hospitality and tourism management, during the annual HTM Black Tie Dinner in the Purdue Memorial Union Ballrooms. The dinner, planned by HTM students, shows off the passion and talent of future industry leaders. (Photo by Sara Tate)
Dr. David Satcher was the keynote speaker for Life Inspired. The former U.S. surgeon general addressed the critical gap between what we know and what we do in areas such as obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, mental health and AIDS.
Samantha Lewis, a sophomore in nursing, demonstrates proper techniques to care for teeth during Spring Fest. (Photo by Steven Yang)
Paige Tomfohrde (CSR '13), one of the design winners at the Spring Fashion Show, held for the first time in Mackey Arena, walks with three of her models down the runway. (Photo by Brian Powell)
Look like fun?
Join us for Life Inspired 2014 from March 28 through April 12.
Tuesday, April 1 — Keynote Speech by Prof. Frans B.M. de Waal, a behavioral biologist known for his work on the social intelligence of primates
Saturday, April 5 — HTM Black Tie Dinner
More events to be announced!