Cardinals On The News: Beth Geralds on Manchester’s Safe Station program
Manchester’s city government recently made headlines for its innovative Safe Station program, an initiative To learn more about how the Safe Station program in Manchester, NH ties into the opioid epidemic, we talked to Beth Geralds, MPAS, PA-C, assistant professor in the School of Physician Assistant Studies in Manchester.
Amy Falk Sets Her Sights on the Future of Optometry at MCPHS
Amy Falk, OD, associate dean of academic programs, wears many hats at MCPHS University. But this year’s commencement exercises brought special recognition for her work in the classroom. This year, Falk was honored with the Trustees’ Award for Teaching Excellence. We sat down with Falk to talk about teaching, learning, and the future of optometry.
Associate Professor Nick Campagna Reflects
Nicholas A. Campagna, Jr., associate professor of pharmaceutical business and administrative sciences at the School of Pharmacy–Boston, is retiring in June 2017 after fourteen years with MCPHS University. We were fortunate enough to have a chat with him about his long and successful career.
Librarianship Meets Big Data
MCPHS associate professor and research data and informatics librarian Sarah McCord, MLIS, MPH ‘16 shares her perspective on a complex and fascinating field.
Public Health Summer Immersion Program Gears Up for a Second Year
As some educators wind down for the summer, MCPHS’s Keri Griffin, PhD, MPH, MPA, MCHES, is moving full steam ahead—preparing for the second annual Public Health Summer Immersion program, a 3-day intensive experience designed to introduce rising high school juniors and seniors to the exciting field of public health.