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  • UM-Flint and WCCC Announce Collaboration

    The event marks the completion of articulation agreements between UM-Flint and WCCCD for their nursing and business administration programs.

  • New Director Named for UM-Flint Urban Health and Wellness Center

    A new administrative director has been appointed to the University of Michigan-Flint Urban Health and Wellness Center (UHWC). David Zuza, who has over 25 years of experience in the healthcare industry as both a health systems executive and management consultant, has been filling the position since October 8.

  • Increasing Nursing Diversity

    Minority and disadvantaged youths are introduced to the nursing profession by providing academic, personal, and health enrichment programming.

  • UM-Flint Students in Cambodian news

    University of Michigan-Flint nursing students just recently (May 31) returned from a two-week International Academic Service Learning to Cambodia. The group not only received a military welcome, they were on the Phnnom Penh news.

  • Thousands of T-shirts heading to Haiti

    A drive to collect T-shirts to send to Haiti got an unexpected boost from Two Men and a Truck International, and there's more to come.

    An employee of the Lansing-based company heard about the drive on a local TV station and remembered the boxes of T-shirts in a storage area that where no longer being distributed. A large company van was loaded and sent to drop them off at the William S. White Building on the University of Michigan-Flint campus. When they were finished, Tom Amiss and Ray Daley from Two Men and a Truck turned over about 75 boxes, 4,000 plus, T-shirts to Dean Barb Kornblau, School of Health Professions and Studies. Amiss said there are about two more truck loads that they want to donate.

  • Leadership Genesee Participants Organize T-shirt Drive for Haiti

    Are you a member of an organization that has some new t-shirts that were left-over from a past event? Don't let them just sit there!

    Leadership Genesee participants, including the Crim Fitness Foundation, Hurley Medical Center, the American Cancer Society, and the University of Michigan-Flint, have joined forces to gather a supply of t-shirts to send to Haiti in support of ongoing relief efforts. Local organizations are invited to join by searching their supply closets for left over t-shirts that can be donated.

  • UM-Flint Nursing Students Help Treat 500 People-Many from Haiti

    University of Michigan-Flint student nurses recently carried over 900 pounds of donated medical items for patients in the Dominican Republic. The group was told that the clinics and hospitals where they volunteered in the Dominican Republic were filled with Haitian earthquake victims. Because of the great need, the students asked for donations for orthopedic items.

  • Prestigious Campus Compact Award to UM-Flint Faculty Member

    Shandowyn L. Parker, Ph.D., associate professor of health education at the University of Michigan-Flint, will be honored with a Michigan Campus Compact (MCC )Faculty/Staff Community Service-Learning Award. The presentation will be made at the 14th annual Institute: Service-Learning and Civic Engagement, on Tuesday, February 9. This prestigious annual award is the highest MCC bestows on faculty and staff in the state of Michigan.

  • UM-Flint Student Nurses Reach Donation Limit

    University of Michigan-Flint student nurses were recently told that the clinics and hospitals where they will be volunteering in the Dominican Republic are filled with Haitian earthquake victims. Because of the great need, the students asked for donations for orthopedic items. The donations poured in.

    "We cannot carry or wear anything else to the Dominican Republic," said Professor Maureen Tippen after spending this past Sunday (Jan.31) packing for their upcoming trip.