• NAHN Scholarships Fuel Passion for Nursing

    Published on Thursday, November 12, 2020 as a News Story

    Nathalie Mojica ’22 and Deviyana Rivera ’23 share a commitment to providing equitable healthcare for all populations, especially minority communities. Read more

    Photo of nursing major Deviyana Rivera '23; NAHN recipient
  • Jill Perry ’21, MBA ’22

    Published on Friday, November 6, 2020 as a Student Story

    Happiness Connoisseur Event planning is a notoriously high-pressure industry. From weddings and proms to fundraisers and seminars, getting all of the details right is a delicate balance. For Jill Perry ’21, MBA ’22, nothing is more exciting than being the mastermind behind a well-executed event. Read more

    Photo of Healthcare and business management major Jillian Perry '21
  • Casandra Gore, MAT ’18

    Published on Monday, October 26, 2020 as a Student Story

    By the time she entered middle school, Casandra Gore, MAT ’18, had already caught the “science bug.” Read more

    Photo of a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) student
  • Madison Rosado ’22

    Published on Monday, October 19, 2020 as a Student Story

    Lost in a Book Inhabiting the emotions and thoughts of others—even across centuries—is what drew Madison Rosado ’22 to creative writing.  Read more

    Photo of English major Madison Rosado '22
  • One People, One House: Goodwill, hope emerge in Elms’ urban education effort

    Published on Thursday, October 15, 2020 as a Blog Post

    This column was part of The Republican’s series, One People, One House, and was published in The Republican on September 13, 2020. Read more

  • Joshua Clark, M.Ed. ’19

    Published on Tuesday, October 13, 2020 as a Student Story

    A Modern Polymath Social studies teacher. Political consultant. Honorary deputy sheriff…These are just a few of the caps that Joshua Clark, M.Ed. ’19 wears on a daily basis. Read more

    Photo of a Master of Education (M.Ed.) graduate student
  • Julian Brosi ’21

    Published on Monday, October 5, 2020 as a Student Story

    Historian in Training Studying history has taught Julian Brosi ’21 to narrow in on the smallest of details. Whether he is reading about post-WWII Europe or thinking about philosophy, Julian is constantly thinking about how the past can influence the future. Read more

    Photo of history and education studies major Julian Brosi '21
  • Marisa Lombardi ’21

    Published on Monday, September 28, 2020 as a Student Story

    Surpassing Expectations For Marisa Lombardi ’21, self-confidence is the building block of success.  Read more

    Photo of a student in front of Berchmans Hall
  • Madison Zigmont ’21

    Published on Friday, September 18, 2020 as a Student Story

    Nursing as a Lifestyle For nursing major Madison Zigmont ’21, the act of healing is a gift for both patient and provider.“You’re constantly thinking about how you can improve others’ lives while simultaneously becoming a better version of yourself,” said the Hatfield, MA, local. “It’s like a lifestyle, rather than just a job.” Read more

    Photo of a nursing student in the skills lab
  • Tracey Aloisio ’14

    Published on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 as a Student Story

    Sounds of Silence? In the United States, 48 million Americans suffer from hearing loss. For clinical audiologists like Tracey Aloisio ’14, restoring a patient’s ability to hear — or teaching them about alternative ways to communicate — is seen as an opportunity, rather than an obstacle. Read more

    Photo of Tracey Aloisio, a communication sciences and disorders (CSD) and speech-language pathology assistant (SLPA) major