University of Michigan School of Nursing (UMSN) students traveled to five continents during the summer break to advance their nursing proficiency through a global lens. These opportunities come through a variety of U-M programs and beyond.
“We’re seeing an overdose at least every couple of days,” says Lisa King, a lieutenant with the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Department. “Opioids are a huge problem, and it’s beyond the stereotypical drug user. They’re a part of just about every community.”
Janis Miller was in the middle of a busy fall semester when a colleague knocked on her office door and asked if she could escort a visiting physician from Africa around the campus. The doctor's name was Denis Mukwege.