Social justice activist and scholar Angela Davis visited UM-Flint Thursday, February 19 and drew packed crowds at both a Q and A session with students and a public lecture.
It is a learning experience that has become a tradition for the University of Michigan-Flint nursing department. Clinical assistant professor Maureen Tippen will guide students to the less-traveled areas of the Dominican Republic to deliver healthcare to a sugarcane village in a remote area of the country.
UM-Flint's Department of Nursing established a partnership seven years ago with the Angkor Hospital for Children in Cambodia. As part of the partnership, nurses from Cambodia come to UM-Flint for special training.
Cassandra Ganzak is spending this current school year teaching English in Kosovo. She graduated last April with a master’s degree in secondary education with a concentration in urban education.