Dr. Patrice Harris, a School of Medicine alumna and the 174th president of the American Medical Association, will present “Climbing Mountains to Give Voice” at 1 p.m. today (Feb. 21) in Health Sciences Center North, Room 1909.
When Elizabeth Minchau first started working as a nurse practitioner at WVU Medicine Student Health, she noticed many of the new college students didn’t know how to manage their health independently. Minchau, now a doctor of nursing practice graduate, sought to fix this issue.
The University community is invited to enjoy cultural treats and activities while embracing the contributions of our African American predecessors from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. today (Feb. 20) at the Health Sciences Center Pylons.
The Health Careers Opportunity Program is accepting applications from recent high school graduates who are preparing to attend college in the fall. The free three-week HAPPEN summer experience program (July 7-26) is designed to enhance basic college-level knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in a health career goal.
This milestone for students at the School of Medicine marks the transition from classroom instruction to hands-on clinical training in pathology laboratories.
The School of Nursing formally welcomed sophomores into the study of nursing during the Spring 2024 Nursing Pledge Ceremony held Feb. 9.