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The theme of eNEWS is Students with Impact.  The articles give examples of students making a real impact on the learning and teaching within Samuel Merritt University and outside in the community.

In this March issue, learn how one student dances through a personal challenge and how students from the San Mateo Learning Center (SMLC) credit simulation for making a 'miracle delivery.'

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OT Student Continues to Dance Through Life Despite Physical Challenge

At age 29, Cheryl Crow is a swing dancer, energetic volunteer, and a SMU student in the Master of Occupational Therapy program. She is also living with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), an autoimmune disease... read more »

DNP Makes the Grade with SMU students

Since January, Reena Haymond, MSN, FNP, and Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing has been juggling parent duties, teaching a FNP program, and now adds 'student' in the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)... read more »

Nursing Students Deliver Baby in Parking Lot

For eight nursing students in the Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) program from the San Mateo Learning Center, Sunday, December 5 is a day they will never forget.  read more »

Student Collaborations Promote Immigrant Healthcare

Since 2009, students from the Samuel Merritt University Family Nurse Practitioner and Physician Assistant programs have been providing free health screening checks to an underserved community... read more »

HSSC Used as a Model for a Nursing College in Tokyo

The primary goal of the Health Sciences Simulation Center at Samuel Merritt University is to provide leadership in the use of simulation technologies, to improve the quality of healthcare education, and... read more »

Schweitzer Fellows Recognized for Work in Underserved Populations

Each year, the U.S. Albert Schweitzer Fellows (ASF) program competitively selects 250 students from health and human service schools to follow in Dr. Albert Schweitzer's footsteps. Schweitzer Fellows partner... read more »

Crab Crackin' Good Time and all for a Good Cause

In mid-January, nearly two dozen Samuel Merritt University staff and faculty attended the annual Crab Feed Scholarship Fundraiser at the Colombo Club in Oakland. The Club, comprised of men and women... read more »

Forbes' Most Powerful Woman in Business Tackles the Future of Health Science

On April 21, 2011 Samuel Merritt University will host the 21st Annual Picchi Memorial Community Lecture at the Health Educating Center starting at 6:00p.m. The hour-long lecture will focus on the future of health sciences... read more »

 

 

in this issue

 

OT Student Continues to Dance Through Life Despite Physical Challenge

DNP Makes the Grade with SMU students

Nursing Students Deliver Baby in Parking Lot

Student Collaborations Promote Immigrant Healthcare

HSSC Used as a Model for a Nursing College in Tokyo

Schweitzer Fellows Recognized for Work in Underserved Populations

Crab Crackin' Good Time and all for a Good Cause

Forbes' Most Powerful Woman in Business Tackles the Future of Health Science

 

 

Office of the President eNews is published by Samuel Merritt University, Office of the President.
Stephanie Bangert, Executive Director Office of the President / Editor.
Elizabeth Valente, Associate Director of Publications and Media Relations / Editor / Writer.
Michael Tam, Technical Consultant.

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