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My experience as a mobility student at Makerere University

By Isaac Nyabisa Oteyo

Growing up in rural Western Kenya, I often heard people talking about great universities in East Africa like the University of Nairobi, Makerere University and University of Dar es Salaam. 1,593 more words

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Alumni stories: Amod

What happens after interning at Oxfam Novib? The Alumni blog series is all about students who have finished their internship as part of the Oxfam Novib Academy.  468 more words

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Harue Marsden, OD, MS, ’87: Tireless advocate and champion of the profession

By Kristi Garrett

Whether it was on the floor of the House of Delegates of the American Optometric Association or in the close confines of an exam room, Harue Marsden, OD, MS, ’87 was impossible to miss. 1,449 more words

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Dr. Linda M. Chous ’87: Builds bridges to health literacy

By Kristi Garrett

The Affordable Care Act created a sea change in the health care industry when it put the emphasis on preventative medicine and early diagnosis to control costs. 537 more words

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Nathaniel Greeley, PA-C, ’16: Finding his calling in ER medicine

By Kristi Garrett

Nathaniel Greeley, PA-C, a member of the inaugural PA class, begins professional practice, thanks in part to connections forged during his program at Ketchum. 502 more words

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University celebrates seventh annual Circle of Vision luncheon

On Friday, Jan. 27, 2017, University leadership and alumni gathered for the seventh annual Circle of Vision luncheon at the Summit House restaurant in Fullerton, to celebrate and recognize members of the MBKU community that have made a significant impact in shaping the University. 501 more words

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Alumni message

Fellow alumni, students and friends,

2017 marks the beginning of a very important time for your MBKU Alumni Association — the addition to the Alumni Board of our first director and alumnus from the School of PA Studies, Jon Ukishima, PA-C, ’16. 273 more words

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