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Schweitzer Fellows, OSU med students work to introduce health careers to north Tulsa elementary students

Jackson and fellow OSU third-year medical student Alyssa Lindsey, chosen as 2020-21 Albert Schweitzer Fellows, partnered to develop and implement a Health Science Pipeline Project at Sankofa School of Creative and Performing Arts, a charter school in downtown Tulsa.
OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine student Erin Jackson, top row left, and Alyssa Lindsey, center bottom row, with the students from the Sankofa School of Creative and Performing Arts who participated in the Health Science Pipeline Program.
Schweitzer Fellow Abbey Renner aims to educate about diabetes care

Tue, Nov 02, 2021

Renner’s year-long project aims to address the high rates of diabetes among adults in the Tulsa community by launching and running recurring diabetes education classes at Xavier Medical Clinic, a free clinic for uninsured patients that serves a largely Spanish-speaking population with a high prevalence of diabetes.

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Book club gives voice to Women in Recovery

Wed, May 06, 2020

As a second year OSU medical student, Angela Clifton prepared for high-stakes conversations with her future patients by reading the book “Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes Are High,” and as a 2019 Albert Schweitzer Fellow, Clifton thought to extend the conversation to clients at Women in Recovery (WIR).

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OSU med student, Schweitzer Fellow starts STEM program for girls

Tue, Apr 28, 2020

Toni Nigro and fellow OSU medical student Angela Clifton were two of 11 Tulsa-area graduate students selected for the Tulsa Chapter’s 2019-20 fellowship program.

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Strengthening Bonds

Wed, Aug 01, 2018

A new program created by graduate students brings families together with youth in juvenile detention to help change their lives

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