Students Expand Cultural Awareness in the Czech Republic

This past summer, 14 of BYU’s nursing students had the opportunity to experience a once-in-a-lifetime three-and-a-half week clinical practicum in the Czech Republic. They spent time in the cities of Prague, Pilsen, and Susice doing clinical and community service. Throughout the different locations, students were exposed to what healthcare looks like in all communities, whetherContinue reading “Students Expand Cultural Awareness in the Czech Republic”

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”