Many of the 50 nursing students who have graduated from the Bring Diversity Nursing program are working in Lowell and Lawrence hospitals and clinics delivering culturally competent care.
Nursing students participating in the Co-op Scholars program had the chance to work one-on-one with patients and research medical technology.
More than 100 rising sophomores participated in the Co-op Scholar Program this summer, working in labs, conducting research and getting professional experience.
While visiting her grandfather in a nursing home, Ryan Santosuosso felt a strong connection with him and the other residents. It was then that she decided to change her career from teaching children to caring for the elderly.
UMass Lowell kicks off the spring semester with the addition of new classrooms, a state-of-the-art health sciences lab, the arrival of Starbucks on North Campus and more.
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