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Randall Flick receives Distinguished Alumni Award
Randall Flick learned two things in nursing school: he didn't want to be a nurse and he loved medicine. Now, as the medical director of Mayo Clinic Children's Center, he serves on the committee that oversees all of Mayo’s pediatric activity across the Midwest. Flick is the recipient of a 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award.
Improving the Patient Experience
Abdou Manjang graduated with a Master of Healthcare Administration in December. He secured his dream job before receiving his diploma.
MHA Program Influences Alum’s Law Path
Pursuing a Master’s in Healthcare Administration (MHA) has prepared Seth Adkin for law school.
Celebrating Dragon Veterans 2021 – Jim Sterling
Jim’s military service began with the U.S. Coast Guard, where he served aboard a cutter and at the Special Services unit in Yorktown, Va
Nursing Students Inducted into Prestigious Honors Society
Sigma Theta Tau International is the international honors society for nursing. On March 27, 2021, nine MSUM students joined its ranks while a faculty member received prestigious recognition.
Economics, business alumna shares why ‘it’s good to be scared’ during keynote address
As a growth advisor for HealthPartners, Sarah Borgerding advises the organization on short- and long-term business decisions. The career perfectly balances the two degrees she earned from MSUM in 2003—business administration and economics.
Providing Hope a Reality
These MSUM alumni and faculty, although from varied backgrounds with different degrees and career fields, all conduct research across the world. Their association with MSUM has shaped their careers.
Medical illustrators are uniquely connected by their meticulous attention to artistic detail and their curiosity with the human form.
Uniting Progress and Tradition
The White Earth Indian reservation's rural location and lack of economic forces make it difficult to attract, and keep, health professionals. But MSUM alumnae are helping to make this a better community.
The Health Revolution
Back in the day, vegetables were vegetables and meat was meat. But as time goes by and we learn more about what is being injected into our food, even the most regular of Joe Shmoes should be aware of what they’re putting into their bodies with every bite.
Making a Big Difference
A unique program aims to encourage more MSUM physics students to follow Conduah into the field of medical physics, the Bachelor of Science degree in physics with emphasis in medical physics.
They may not be seated directly at your bedside holding your hand or administering an IV, but health advocates are found every step of the way, assisting in the background work in various capacities, spreading awareness, and fighting for funding.