It was difficult to choose just 16 highlights but we hope you’ll enjoy this look at some of our favorite accomplishments and memories of the year. More
Hope for an AIDS-Free Generation
An interdisciplinary team of U-M researchers are developing new strategies to reduce HIV, assist people with HIV & fight the effect that stigma has on the health of sexual and gender minority groups. More
Program Spotlight: Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
The program is filling a need and producing highly sought graduates. More
World AIDS Day The fight against HIV/AIDS takes center stage around the globe for World AIDS Day each year on December 1st. It’s a day to fight stigma, honor lives lost to the disease and raise awareness of related health care challenges and advancements.
“As a student, I questioned why certain things are included in a course and now I understand much more about the amount of thought and planning that go into each class,” says Alexandra (Aly) Kreiner, a University of Michigan School of Nursing (UMSN) senior.