Nurse leaders in the “Raising Your Leadership Impact” program learn about their strengths, areas for growth, and resilience through classwork, group discussions, and meetings with assigned personal coaches to develop and accomplish their goals.
A $3.6 million, five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders will allow researchers Drs. Tiffany Hogan and Maura Curran to investigate if providing intensive small-group oral language intervention can improve the reading...
More than two dozen faculty, students, and alumni from the OT Department are participating in the American Occupational Therapy Association’s annual conference, “AOTA Inspire” a virtual event that runs throughout April.
Marissa Russell, CSD ’20, will study in Spain for nine months, adapting questionnaires that measure bilingualism by incorporating cognitive sociolinguistic information about when, how, and why people choose to use one particular language over the other in their daily lives.
More than 45 students in the Physician Assistant Studies program visited virtually on April 6 with several members of Congress. Among those to whom they spoke was Jessica Wong, the regional director for Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), regarding advocating for the Perinatal Workforce Act.
The new Wellness Council will help coordinate support for students’ current mental, emotional, and physical health needs, and guide the Institute toward best-practice strategies and resources to meet and exceed future needs.