2019 Top Story- Archives -
Seeing the opportunity to improve the quality of care when patients speak little or no English, recent GSN graduate Jamie Kerr, DNP, created a training session to educate Nurse Practitioner Students on how to effectively work with medical interpreters as part of the health care team.
See highlights of the UMass Medical School 46th Commencement in Worcester on Sunday, June 2, in a slideshow featuring graduates, family and friends, faculty, and honorees.
UMass Medical School awarded 214 degrees at its 46th Commencement exercises on Sunday, June 2, including honorary degrees to keynote speaker Darrell G. Kirch, MD; Susan Coghlin Mailman; and Richard P. Kennedy.
On Saturday, June 1, the night before its 46th Commencement, UMMS hosted a small dinner for honorary degree recipients and a celebration for members of the class of 2019 and their family and friends.
The UMass Medical School Alumni Association welcomed 126 new members on Friday, May 31, at the annual alumni breakfast, as the School of Medicine Class of 2019 and faculty members were recognized for outstanding achievement.
At the annual student achievement awards ceremony for the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Dean Mary Ellen Lane encouraged students to seek happiness through love, meaningful work and hope for the future, following in the steps of Joseph Addison, an English playwright and politician.
Members of the Graduate School of Nursing Class of 2019 gathered with fellow students, faculty and guests to celebrate their achievements at the 2019 graduation celebration at UMass Medical School on Wednesday, May 29.
In the days leading up to the 46th Commencement Exercises at UMass Medical School on Sunday, June 2, students from all three schools will be recognized, friends and family will be celebrated, and distinguished guests will be honored at events across campus.
Family and community are important to Kiran Mullur and when he graduates from the School of Medicine at the 46th Commencement of UMass Medical School on Sunday, June 2, his sister, Jyotsna Mullur, MD, will be standing by his side.
When Jose Mercado-Matos graduates with an MD/PhD degree at the 46th Commencement of UMass Medical School on Sunday, June 2, it will be the culmination of a long journey inspired by his older brother, Raul, who died of synovial sarcoma at age 25.