Pharmacy student Annie Kurdziel helps Erika Garcia (in purple shirt), age 5, a kindergarten student at Sedita school, and fourth-grader Carlee Virgil (in black cardigan) make their slime with as much glitter and other accoutrements as possible.
Pharmacy student Anthony Liang with Leilani Ramos, a 10th-grader at East Community High School; Arianiz Ocasio, a fourth-grader at Sedita school, and Angelis Ocasio, a seventh-grader at Sedita.
Medical student Anthony Snyder helps (from left) third-grader Naila Antonetti and her sister, fourth-grader Milana Antonetti, both students at School 27.
From left: Sedita students Erika Garcia and Carlee Virgil have their hands checked for "germs" by pharmacy student Annie Kurdziel.
UB PharmD and other health sciences students led children and their families in activities designed to teach them how to stay healthy this winter during a “Friendsgiving” event in November at Frank A. Sedita Public School 30 on Lowell Place in Buffalo. In one activity, kids “washed” their hands with slime mixed with Glo Germ; a black light revealed the “germs” that had been left behind.