On Saturday, January 5, four senior nursing students and two nursing faculty flew to the Dominican Republic for two weeks to work in medical clinics with their colleagues from University of Massachusetts and University of Rhode Island. This learning experience and service project was funded by the Predominantly Black Institution (PBI) Program Competitive Grant.
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After four months and a hurricane, 45 Korean nursing students completed their global internship program and celebrated with a ceremony and a luncheon. The global internship program which is run by the International Training and Professional Studies (ITPS) department brings students from Korea several times a year to perfect their English language skills and study American health care systems.