Legendary civil rights activist and Republican mayor team up for health reform, kick off speaking tour at EMU

Civil rights activist Bob Zellner is at it again—working for justice and equality. Zellner, 77, was the first white southerner on staff of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)—the influential ... read more about Legendary civil rights activist and Republican mayor team up for health reform, kick off speaking tour at EMU

EMU grad student shares tips on finding the right post-bac program to continue passion for healthcare caree

Second-year graduate student Milan Sheth talks tips on finding the "right fit," and share about how EMU's MA in Biomedicine Program provided the academic rigor, unique research and cross-cultural experiences, and faculty support he needed. ... read more about EMU grad student shares tips on finding the right post-bac program to continue passion for healthcare caree from PreMedLife

Temple University podiatry school guarantees two spots annually to qualifying biomedicine students

A new agreement with Temple University’s School of Podiatric Medicine guarantees admission to two qualifying graduates of Eastern Mennonite University’s MA in Biomedicine program. Temple’s Foot & Ankle Institute is ... read more about Temple University podiatry school guarantees two spots annually to qualifying biomedicine students

Mark Loving on the film ‘Loving’ and a Supreme Court case that changed the nation

In his native Caroline County, Virginia, Mark Loving II’s family name is well known. Beyond generations of rootedness, there is both a plaque at the courthouse and a historical marker about his family history. One reason why Mark came to ... read more about Mark Loving on the film ‘Loving’ and a Supreme Court case that changed the nation