When Department of Physician Assistant Studies Instructor Jenny Fanuele revealed in January she was diagnosed with breast cancer, students, faculty, and staff sprang into action to support her while she battled the illness.
Thirty-five undergraduates from across the country participated in the Mentorship Program for Underrepresented Groups in Healthcare, which was created by IHP students to prepare and support minoritized students wishing to pursue graduate degrees in the health sciences.
Suggestions made by Assistant Professor Dr. Mary Beth Kadlec and Allison Klowan, OTD ’21, played a major role in creating a more sensory friendly and accessible place for people with disabilities to watch the Boston Red Sox’ Triple A affiliate.
Early intervention programs for infants, toddlers, and young children improve school performance down the road. RSM, the MGH Institute, and the Kennedy Center are forming a business, academic, and community partnership to help meet the needs of children and families at the Kennedy...