January 23, 2015 A Patient's View of Alzheimer's
Students Hear of Alzheimer's from a Patient's Viewpoint
When Greg O’Brien was an investigative reporter, he would tell his sources they were “going to Pluto” when they .... More
January 13, 2015 Presenting at APTA Conference
Faculty to Present at APTA 2015 CSM Conference
Several faculty members in the Department of Physical Therapy at the MGH Institute will present during the 2015 American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) on February 4–7 in Indianapolis. They are: Selkowitz D. Evidence-Based Practice of Electrotherapy: From Parameter Settings, to Treatment Uses, to Device .... More
January 12, 2015 Dignity & Respect Campaign
Dignity & Respect Campaign Promoted on Campus During January
The MGH Institute is participating in January’s national Dignity & Respect campaign that encourages the school’s faculty, staff, and 1,500 students to do their part to make the world a better place for all to live – including .... More
January 07, 2015 Short Money, Big Results
Short Money, Big Results Amanda Hitchins, left, with Dr. Ishmael Byaruhanga in the auditory testing room she helped build for the Centre for Education and Community Based Rehabilitation.
Amanda Hitchins parlayed $2,000 in donations to help build and equip the first soundproof auditory testing room in the eastern section of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Hitchins, .... More
December 23, 2014 More Diversity in STEM Needed
Visiting Lecturer Says Dearth of Diversity in STEM Majors Must Be Addressed
Dr. Freeman Hrabowski addressing the audience at the Baugh Visiting Faculty Scholar lecture.
STEM majors – science, technology, engineering, and math – are still primarily composed of white males. That’s a situation Freeman A. Hrabowski III, PhD, feels must change.
Dr. Freeman addressed .... More
August 22, 2013 33rd IHP Student Named Schweitzer
MGH Institute's 33rd Schweitzer Fellow to Help Older Adults Cope with Emergencies
Jessica Eder is in the Master of Science in Nursing program in the School of Nursing.
While working last fall with an elderly patient during the aftermath of the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy, Jessica Eder devised a project that would lead to her being named a More