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Presidential Scholars

MUSC Students interested in exploring complex social, political, and human issues of broad interest to healthcare professionals and biomedical researchers are invited to apply to become a Presidential Scholar.  The Scholars Program is a two semester interprofessional experience in a format that maximizes student participation and interaction with selected faculty scholars from each college.

For more information, contact brelandh@musc.edu or visit Presidential Scholars.

Completed applications due by February 23, 2018 

List of current Presidential Scholars

Presidential Scholars 2016-2017 Web Forum(this link is for current scholars only)
 

Call for 2018 Applications

Students interested in applying for the Presidential Scholars Program 2018-2019 should join us for a Lunch and Learn, Wednesday, February 14, 2018 from 12-1 p.m.

Change in location since original announcement: The Lunch and Learn will take place at MUSC Gazes 125 Auditorium, 114 Doughty, Charleston, SC 29425.

2018-2019 Call for Applications (PDF)

OII Events

 

2017 IPE Student Fellowship Award Ceremony
May 23, 2017 3:33:00 PM EDT

On Wednesday May 17th, the Office of Interprofessional Initiatives and the Interprofessional Student Advisory Board held the Student Interprofessional Education Fellowship Recognition Ceremony. Keynote Speaker, Dr. Ken Catchpole, spoke about the importance for process and outcomes, and the value and challenges of teamwork improvement interventions. Rather than focusing on individual team skills alone, his research seeks to understand the influence of organization, task, technology and environment on team behaviors.  Ms. Maggie Bosley, Chair of the Interprofessional Education Fellowship and College of Medicine student served as the emcee for the ceremony....To find out more...

IP Day 2017 SimuVersity Game Winners!
Jan 27, 2017 3:51:00 PM EST

This year, first-year students at IP Day participated in an online simulation game designed to engage students from different professions in the process of development and management of a healthcare system. Groups of students competed against one another for a top spot in six categories related to the game. The winners are: ...To find out more...

 
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