Campus News Archives

SHAC staff
In 1990, Congress designated the first week of October as Mental Illness Awareness Week
Canopy screenshot
Two-thirds of our student population are voluntarily enrolled in this Spanish language course
Angel Solorzano
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration provides this initiative
Pt students and Gaye Raymond
Acceptance to present a poster is a peer-reviewed process
SMU ambassadors
Interested students and alumni can apply to become President’s Ambassadors Nov. 2 thru Nov. 13
dolores huerta
Huerta shared memories from her time as the cofounder of the National Farm Workers Association with Cesar Chavez
FACES alum Felicity Harris
Magaña said that having two FACES students studying at SMU is proof that nurturing a passion for healthcare among young people through early exposure to career options is valuable
employee service awards
The event was created to honor the service and commitment of the SMU community.
OT clinic
Enroll now, sessions begin Monday, September 28, 2015
SMU students with backpacks
The group surpassed their goal of 50 backpacks
Still from video woman touring campus
The seminar is modeled as a “mini-boot camp” for nursing students
Deborah Diaz
Diaz assumed the position of associate professor and co-chair of the SMU Doctor of Physical Therapy program in late July
SMU students in Japan
Students engaged in a variety of learning activities
Dr Dutra at Special Olympics
This is Dr. Dutra's first experience with the World Games
Oakland Art Soul
The SMU booth was a hot spot as the Wheel of Health took center stage!
Jalia Kizito
Jalia Kizito grew up in a small village in Uganda and now is in the ELMSN program at SMU
SMU at Temescal street fair
The Wheel of Health Disparities was a hit!
youth in medicine
Every Summer SMU hand selects approximately 40 students to participate
3D workshop participants
The workshop gives future applicants an interactive glimpse of life as a CSPM student
SMU SBA Aids Walk
The team raised more than $1,400 dollars
TeamSTEPPS training at SMU
TeamSTEPPS is a national system for healthcare professionals from different backgrounds to strengthen teamwork and communication
SMU student Claudia Cooper receving laptop
Members from The Auxiliary to the Sinkler Miller Medical Association, donated a laptop to Cooper