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Campus News

Professor Beth Ching, Samuel Merritt University
Ching will be presented the Interprofessional Collaboration Award by the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) at its 2017 Annual Conference and Centennial Celebration in April
Professor Christina Lewis
The “I Am Anatomy” campaign will demonstrate through social media and a series of educational videos that a diverse group of scientists practice the discipline
The first FNP graduate cohort at Samuel Merritt University
After 18 months and 630 clinical hours, 25 Online FNP Students Graduate
OT students deliver gifts to adopted families
OT students deliver gifts to adopted families
 

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Media Mentions

The Oakland-based Samuel Merritt University is one of the three largest programs for registered nursing students in California and is committed to reducing health disparities by recruiting more students of color. 

Source: KQED News State of Health
Published: Thursday, November 5, 2015

It's still mostly white and female, but recruiters at Samuel Merritt University are looking for diversity.

Source: Oakland Magazine
Published: Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Institutions such as Oakland's Samuel Merritt University top lists when considering students' post-graduation earnings and average annual cost, while Ivy Leagues such as Harvard, Princeton, and Yale perform well when sorted by graduation rate.

Source: The Atlantic
Published: Saturday, September 19, 2015

Dolores Huerta urged students to pay attention to the world around them, asking them to be proactive about challenging injustices. "We are all related," Huerta said. "We are all advocates of different shades and colors. We have to fight for each other and protect each other."

 

Source: Oakland North
Published: Friday, September 18, 2015

SMU students Amy Stevenson and Jennifer Lee created a novel healthy eating class for residents living in San Francisco's single room occupancy hotels, which culminates in a trip to the farmer's markets and, hopefully, leads to healthier lifestyles. 

 

Source: San Francisco Chronicle
Published: Thursday, September 3, 2015

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