University of Detroit Mercy adding Novi campus to expand graduate and health education programs | News

The University of Detroit Mercy will be adding a 40,000 square foot campus in Novi to offer additional graduate level and health education programs amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The university has acquired the former South University building, located at 41555 W. 12 Mile Road, as community demand for health care graduates increases during the pandemic. The new location will provide access to the institution’s nationally ranked programs for students who wish to stay close to home and their employer.

President Antoine M. Garibaldi said the new campus offers another example of the institution’s bright future as the state and country continue to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Detroit Mercy’s acquisition of this new campus will allow the university to expand academic programs in the health professions and other fields in which we are strong and that are in demand,” he said. “In addition to this campus’s proximity to several medical

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UB Graduate School of Education waives GRE requirement for non-licensure programs

BUFFALO, N.Y. – The University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education will not require applicants to submit Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) scores for admission to academic programs that do not require professional licensure for the next two years.

By waiving the requirement, the school will remove a barrier to admission that disproportionately affects talented students facing financial hardships and applicants from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds. GRE tests are expensive – costing students hundreds of dollars. Time-consuming and costly test preparation services and materials add to the financial burden.

“There is plenty of research that suggests the GRE is not necessarily a good predictor of academic success. At a time where access to the test is even more challenging, due to COVID-19, and at a time when GSE has gone on the record as trying to actively challenge systems of oppressions, removing this barrier just makes good sense,” says Suzanne Rosenblith, PhD,

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ACGME Releases 2019-2020 Statistics on Graduate Medical Education Programs and Resident Physicians

ACGME Releases 2019-2020 Statistics on Graduate Medical Education Programs and Resident Physicians

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CHICAGO, Sept. 28, 2020

CHICAGO, Sept. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) released its 2019-2020 Data Resource Book, the most comprehensive and reliable resource of its kind, including data on the size, scope, and distribution of graduate medical education (GME) in the US.


ACGME Programs

During 2019-2020, there were 12,092 accredited programs of which 5,369 were specialty programs and 6,723 were subspecialty programs. Additionally, 507 programs were newly accredited during the academic year. This is partly due to 59 programs achieving Initial Accreditation in the transition to a single GME accreditation system and to programs accredited in new ACGME subspecialties. One hundred two programs closed or voluntarily withdrew their accreditation, and of these, 17 had one of the following accreditation statuses: Accreditation Withdrawn; Administrative Withdrawal due to

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Frustrated graduate burns his certificates after failing to secure a job

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Frustrated graduate burns his certificates after failing to secure a job

– The inability to secure a job has led a young Nigerian graduate into burning all his certificates

– The man identified as Usman Abubakar tore the certificates into pieces before setting them ablaze

– Unemployment is one of the issues the country is battling with and Abubakar seems frustrated with it

A young Nigerian graduate identified as Usman Abubakar has reportedly burnt all his certificates over the inability to secure a job.

Part of the certificates burnt by the young graduate from Katsina state included the ones he obtained from the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), higher institution and secondary school.

Usman Abubakar burnt all his certificates after failing to secure a job. Photo credit: Gistreel

Source: UGC

The frustrated young man gathered all the certificates, tore them into pieces before setting them ablaze.

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Graduate student receives Society for Public Health Education/CDC fellowship – News

A College of Arts and Sciences graduate student has been selected for a 2020-2021 fellowship with the Society for Public Health Education.  

Albright2Photo credit: Karan PatelGrace Albright, a University of Alabama at Birmingham College of Arts and Sciences graduate student, has received a fellowship in injury prevention with the Society for Public Health Education and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  

The fellowship is designed to support the training of a new generation of public health researchers and practitioners who work in behavioral sciences.  

Albright is a graduate student in the Developmental Psychology Program and conducts research in the UAB Translational Research for Injury Prevention Lab under her mentor, Despina Stavrinos, Ph.D.

“This fellowship provides me the opportunity to pursue research with implications for teen driver safety in a new age of technology,” Albright said. “I am excited to explore how teens are taught to interact with advanced driver

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College Credits: Deerfield’s Storti Nabs Graduate Assistant Job

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Storti selected as athletic communications graduate assistant at University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

Kelly Storti, of Deerfield, has been selected as an athletic communications graduate assistant for the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater during the 2020-21 year. Storti, a fifth-year senior on the Warhawk golf team, will assist with all athletic communications operations, including website and social media content, media relations and statistics and results for UW-Whitewater’s 22 varsity sport programs.

Storti most recently worked for Paragon Marketing/GMP Management, Inc. in Chicago, assisting with the on-site marketing and promotional initiatives between GMP Management, Inc. and the Gatorade® Youth Program, which is managed by Paragon Marketing. In the summer of 2018, she worked as a tournament coordinator for the Illinois Junior Golf Association, assisting with all tournament operations.

Storti helped the UW-Whitewater golf team

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