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Phoebe Keryte, Health Studies, is finishing her degree remotely, including her fieldwork project. Keryte, a member of the Navajo Nation, is focusing her project on the mental wellness and overall health of tribal elders.
Read about SNHS assistant professor Kosuke "Ko" Niitsu's research on resilience and stress. This quarter, Niitsu has been studying, "Resilience Through Virtual Mindfulness." Learn more about mindful resilience and stress.
Congratulations to Jason Daniel Ulloa whose paper, "Demographic, Psychosocial and Perceived Environmental Factors Associated with Depression Severity in a Midwest Micropolitan Community," was recently published in the Health Behavior Research journal.
Learn about SNHS faculty who are using distance learning techniques to engage international colleagues and students. Since 2018, SNHS faculty have utilized COIL and developed (TEACH) CoLab to connect their students with learners around the world.
SNHS recently led a tri-campus UW event in honor of the International Year of the Nurse and Midwives. It was titled “Nursing Leadership in the COVID Era” and featured 3 members of the SNHS Health Care Advisory Board.