BYU Faculty Members Wins 2020 Rivers Foundation Explorer Award

By Corbin Smith The Garhwal Himalaya range is located in Uttarakhand, India and is home to some of the tallest mountain ranges in the world. Not only does it have beautiful mountains and a glacier that feeds the Ganges River, but it also has sacred Hindu religious sites that can be found hidden in theContinue reading “BYU Faculty Members Wins 2020 Rivers Foundation Explorer Award”

Nursing Students Win the Golden Ticket: Fazer Chocolate Factory

Everyone was overjoyed! Who doesn’t love a chocolate surprise? Photo courtesy of Miles. When associate teaching professor Dr. Leslie Miles and adjunct faculty member Curt Newman took their students to the Fazer Chocolate Factory tour during the Finland section of the clinical practicum for the public and global health nursing course, little did they knowContinue reading “Nursing Students Win the Golden Ticket: Fazer Chocolate Factory”

Opening Mouths and Opening Doors: Assistant Teaching Professor Petr Ruda Interviewed on National Czech News Channel

Ruda and a well-known Czech journalist discuss city celebrations. By Quincey Taylor The Czech Republic might be one of the last places you would expect to be adorned in American flags. However, annually the streets are covered in these flags during a nationwide celebration. Each year in the Czech Republic, the citizens, as well asContinue reading “Opening Mouths and Opening Doors: Assistant Teaching Professor Petr Ruda Interviewed on National Czech News Channel”

Intermountain Medical Center Hires Three Fresh BYU Graduates

IMC’s newest hired ER nurses Mikaela Jones (third from the right) and Daniel Smith (far right) with fellow students during a clinical outside ER ambulance entrance. Photo courtesy of Jones. By Quincey Taylor For nursing students at BYU, it might be hard to imagine what it would be like to attend another college of nursing.Continue reading “Intermountain Medical Center Hires Three Fresh BYU Graduates”

Students Present Research at Global Health Conference

By Jessica Tanner Congratulations to the students and faculty who presented at this  year’s Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) in Chicago, March 8 – 10. Students presented poster presentations on research done in Vietnam with Professor Karen Lundberg and Professor Cheryl Corbett. Davin Brown, a sixth-semester nursing student, shares about his research andContinue reading “Students Present Research at Global Health Conference”