Department: Sargent Administrative Staff

Department: Sargent Administrative Staff

Interprofessional Leadership in Healthcare Online Certificate

Now enrolling for September, 2021 About the Program This five-month, fully online certificate program equips learners with the knowledge and skills to effectively lead interprofessional teams. Our program is designed for individuals with three or more years of professional experience in any health profession or setting, who lead, or aspire to lead, interprofessional teams. Learners […]

PT and Health Science Faculty Honored for Service, Teaching Excellence

Physical Therapy and Health Science faculty received the 2021 Whitney R. Powers Awards and Faculty Award of Merit, recognizing their ongoing commitment to service and teaching excellence during the 2020-2021 academic year. Professors Bria Dunham and Diane Heislein were honored with the 2021 Whitney R. Powers Award for Teaching Excellence. Recognizing outstanding members of the […]

Health Equity Leader Julie Morita to Deliver Sargent College Virtual Commencement Address

Julie Morita, MD, executive vice president of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), will deliver the 2021 Sargent College virtual commencement address. As the nation’s largest private philanthropy dedicated solely to improving the nation’s health, RWJF is focused on advancing health equity where everyone in America has a fair and just opportunity to live the […]

BU hosts symposium on immigrant health care, advocates health equity for all

(4/16/2021, The Daily Free Press) Though COVID-19 has largely dominated health-related news since last year, health inequities and immigrant vulnerabilities are still critical topics that persisted before the pandemic. Boston University School of Medicine, BU School of Public Health, Sargent College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences and the Boston Medical Center co-hosted the “Immigrant Health […]

Condemning Violence Against Asians and Asian Americans

A Message from Sargent College Dean Chris Moore This past week, even as we continue to make incremental gains in the fight against an insidious and devious virus, we find ourselves in collective mourning after yet another mass shooting. We condemn the violent attacks in Atlanta, the resurgent anti-Asian bigotry we’re experiencing nationally and internationally, […]

CNN: National Napping Day: 5 reasons you should nap

(3/15/2021, CNN) “In 1999, the late William Anthony, a psychologist and Boston University professor, and his wife, Camille, instituted National Napping Day. Their intent was to overcome American cultural prejudice against napping and to raise awareness about the health benefits of catching up on quality sleep.” Read the article

Virtual Campus Tour with Admissions Ambassador Hikima Lukomwa (Sargent’22)

(12/16/2020, BU Today) This year, because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, campus admissions tours have had to go virtual. Instead of walking across campus trailed by a group of high schoolers and their families, BU admissions ambassadors like Hikima Lukomwa (Sargent’22) are conducting tours via iPhone, with prospective students logging on from all over the […]