Kenneth A. Suarez Research Day Spotlights Scientific Knowledge
The annual Kenneth A. Suarez Research Day brought out the best of Midwestern University’s student and faculty research on both campuses. The Midwestern University Research Committee (URC) and the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP) sponsored the event on two separate days which included nearly 300 research posters, presentations, keynote addresses from leading scientists, and a virtual poster hall.
CAREN: Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment at the Midwestern University Therapy Institute
The Midwestern University Therapy Institute was recently included in the West Valley Highlights Newsletter for its use of the CAREN: Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment.
Arizona Regional Brain Bee Returns In-Person at Midwestern University
On Wednesday, March 2nd, Midwestern University welcomed 28 of the state’s top high school students for the 23rd Annual Arizona Regional Brain Bee, an educational competition similar to a spelling bee that focuses on neuroscience. The 2022 Arizona Regional Brain Bee at Midwestern University was presented in partnership with the BHHS Legacy Foundation.
Online Precision Medicine Programs Prepare Students for Genetic and Genomic Applications in Healthcare
Midwestern University’s Master of Science and Post-Graduate Certificate in Precision Medicine Programs provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to leverage the latest genetic and genomic technology in their selected healthcare professions, enabling them to identify the safest and most effective treatments for individual patients.
Midwestern University Speech-Language Pathology Program Offers New Online Summer Leveling Track
Midwestern University’s College of Health Sciences is offering a new online summer program designed to help prospective Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) students from a wider range of undergraduate experience prepare for graduate studies at the University’s Glendale Campus.
Black History Month Features Shoebox Meals, Education, Encouragement
In celebration of Black History Month, Midwestern University’s Diversity Support Services on both campuses offered information, a community service program, and samples of a Shoebox Meal. Students, faculty, and staff had the opportunity to learn more about the history and significance of the meals that were essential during the Jim Crow-era.
High School Students Attend Midwestern University’s Annual Health Sciences Career Day
For high school students, figuring out a career path can be an exciting time.
Promoting Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity in Academics on Midwestern University Campuses
In 2023, a new Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity in Academics (IDEA) four-part certificate program was introduced on both Midwestern University campuses, and was made available to all faculty and staff via application.
West MEC - Welcome to MWU
We will host 30-40 West MEC High School students in the Pharmacy Technician training program.
Health Sciences Career Day for High School Students
Join MWU students and faculty in a day long event to explore different career paths in healthcare.
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