Jessica Bell was one of just 10 recipients of the “I Love My Librarian” award from the American Library Association. She was selected from 1,865 nominations submitted by college and public library users across the country and is the only Massachusetts librarian recognized.
Anthony Paredes, MSN ’20, is working at Casa Esperanza Conexiones, the state’s only bilingual/bicultural clinical stabilization services program that assists people recovering from drug and alcohol addiction.
The School of Nursing’s Upsilon Lambda chapter of the Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society raised $8,000, enough to provide each of the 397 students at Harvard-Kent Elementary School with a $20 Walmart gift card.
Ramiro Escalera, PT/s ’21, has received the Ruth P. Hall Clinical Fellowship Award from the Massachusetts chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association, the highest honor it awards each year to one PT student in the state.
The IHP’s SAiL Lab has added new elements to help assist students who need language and literacy help, as part of the Raising Educational Achievement in Charlestown (REACH) grant from accounting firm RSM.
The President’s Council will serve as a bridge between the President, the Board of Trustees, the IHP community, and the general public to help advance the school’s story and strengthen involvement in the communities it serves.