Employees are being surveyed on their level of engagement, and UMMC leadership is encouraging honest responses to increase the chances of meaningful change.
This Friday, the John D. Bower School of Population will grant six doctoral degrees, the first in the school’s history. Two students, one from each PhD program, show how their degrees will help them grow a healthier Mississippi.
The first group of RN-to-MSN students gaining graduate education through a $3.8 million Bower Foundation grant will start classes at the School of Nursing at UMMC May 31. The students from across the state were on campus Tuesday and Wednesday to meet faculty and see the Medical Center campus.
When three teens in fall 2021 began a nine-month program at UMMC that would give them both life and job skills, the goal was to obtain a full-time job and self-sufficiency. The hard work by the three, all who cope with intellectual disabilities, paid off through Project SEARCH, a national initiative hosted at the Medical Center to give young adults the chance they need.
Medical Center faculty and staff often are recognized regionally, nationally and internationally for their academic or medical achievements. These accolades place UMMC among health science centers worldwide.
Several interesting events are scheduled for the upcoming week at the Medical Center.
Medical Center leadership is proud to announce the following additions to its faculty and leadership staff.
Medical Center leadership is proud to acknowledge those employees who will celebrate service anniversaries during the week of May 23 – 29.