Posts tagged: Health - Diverse


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Iona College To Establish Health Science School on Former Concordia College Campus

by | July 23, 2021 NewYork-Presbyterian, an academic health care network, has donated $20 million to establish a N Read more

Students, Nonprofits Work to End Period Poverty on Campuses Nationwide

by | July 2, 2021
In March, a group gathered in the middle of Lincoln University’s student union area for a cel [...] Read more

Higher Ed Works to Balance Public Health Guidance With Community Concerns About Vaccines

by Autumn A. Arnett | May 21, 2021
As higher ed leaders look to the fall, eager to revert to a sense of “normal” for students, [...] Read more

White House Report: Iowa University Towns Must ‘Dramatically Ramp Up’ COVID-19 Testing

by | September 1, 2020
With Iowa having among the highest rates of COVID-19 infection in the U.S. right now, a recent [...] Read more

Report: Fewer Blacks, Hispanics Enrolling in Medical Schools Amid Worsening Doctor Shortage

by | June 26, 2020
A new report by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), released on Friday, predic [...] Read more

New Telehealth Program Launched for Students to Access Health Care During COVID-19 Pandemic

by | April 16, 2020
With college students forced to return home during the coronavirus pandemic, many lack or have [...] Read more

Balance is Elusive. Seek Personal ‘Integration’ in 2020

by Patrice Rankine | January 14, 2020
“Work-life balance” is a widespread challenge, one originating in industrialization, the ma [...] Read more

New Study Analyzes Impact of Exercise Program in Elementary Schools

by | January 6, 2020
A new study at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) analyzed the impact of the [...] Read more

University of Arizona Colleges of Medicine Will Offer Free Tuition to Graduates Working in Underserved Arizona Communities

by | November 25, 2019
The University of Arizona Colleges of Medicine in Phoenix and Tucson are trying to tackle two p [...] Read more

University of Chicago Medical Center Nurses Plan Second Strike

by | November 15, 2019
About 2,200 University of Chicago Medical Center nurses are planning a second strike on Nov. 26 [...] Read more

The ‘Weaker Sex’? #FACTS

by | June 5, 2019
As my last blog post, I want to leave you with a challenge – a challenge that, in the spirit [...] Read more

Don’t Sleep on Sleep

by | May 5, 2019
Sleep is one of those things in life that we all need yet most of us don’t get enough of. We [...] Read more

Dr. Betty N. Adams: A Commitment to the Profession

| February 22, 2019
When Dr. Betty N. Adams’ father told her she would “make a good nurse,” it greatly influe [...] Read more

Is the Language of Digital Technology Killing us and our Ability to Communicate?

by | November 14, 2018
My fascination with language, as a method of expression and communication, is precisely because [...] Read more

The Promise of Cultural Competence and Higher Education for our Health

by | October 4, 2018
I have made this point consistently in previous posts and will make it again: our health is our [...] Read more
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