At the Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences, we’re preparing the next generation of health science professionals to tackle some of the world’s biggest challenges — from opioid addiction and a growing aging population to the obesity epidemic and more.
With a dual nurse practitioner certification in adult acute care and gerontology, Gordon enrolled in UMass Lowell’s Doctor of Nursing Practice program to learn leadership skills to help her improve care, especially for older adults.
Pascale acquired the skills to make a difference through hands-on experiences in her major and through shepherding the young campus organization SISTERS (Sisters of Integrity Striving Toward Empowerment, Respect and Success) through a growing phase.
Terrie Enis’ college experience is quite different from most. She was married with a two-year old daughter when she decided to go back to college full time to earn her bachelor’s degree in physical therapy.
The scholarships and financial aid Ruchika received from UMass Lowell helped tremendously in keeping her education affordable.