UMass Medical School is joining other local institutions in supporting Working for Worcester (W4W), a one-day volunteer initiative organized and led by students from Worcester’s colleges and universities to make a lasting impact on Worcester youth.
The annual Nursing Schools Expo at UMass Worcester takes place Monday, April 6.
The annual Worcester: “The City that Reads” Book Drive gets under way on Monday, March 23 and runs through Friday, May 15.
The Pathology Department will host a special symposium on Friday, March 27, in honor of Richard W. Dutton, PhD, professor of pathology, who is retiring.
The 7th Annual Complementary and Integrative Therapies Expo and Lecture Series will take place Monday, March 30, at UMass Medical School in the Albert Sherman Center Multi-Purpose Room and Auditorium from 3 to 7 p.m.
Neal S. Silverman, PhD, professor of medicine, was recently awarded a one-year grant, $50,0000 from the Mizutani Foundation for Glycoscience to how immune cells know when there is a bacterial infection in the body.
Nature photographer Scott Erskine returns to the Lamar Soutter Library for the second time as Artist in Residence with his new exhibit “The Acadia Project,” which will be on display in the library from Monday, March 2 through Thursday, April 30.
Two UMass Medical School leaders have received gubernatorial appointments to the state Autism Commission, a 35-member body created by legislation and charged with continuing the work of the group whose recommendations led to passage of landmark legislation in 2014.
Quinsigamond Community College officials have invited alumni and health care partners to three program-specific tours and receptions in nursing, allied health and occupational therapy to showcase their new facility on Federal Street.
The Wellness committee is conducting a survey to gather input from the UMMS community to assess their health and wellness needs and interests.