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At Bouvé College of Health Sciences, we educate the next generation of healthcare frontliners, researchers, public health experts, and scientists. Now more than ever we need to enhance the pipeline of clinicians who will tackle healthcare’s grand challenges and lead solutions in future pandemics.
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360 Huntington Avenue,
Boston, MA 02115-9877
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After fleeing Haiti and climbing out of poverty, an alumni couple pays it forward by creating a scholarship for underrepresented healthcare students.
“It just breaks your heart,” said Andrew Driscoll, N ’19, a nursing major who spent his most recent co-op working with children in the notorious Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos.
When Northeastern students visit Ghana each summer for a month-long course to compare healthcare and education systems, they do more than learn about nationalized healthcare and the role of traditional medicine—they also give back in a big way.