“I’m on the renegade side of things in my profession,” says Leah De Shay, a specialist in maternal/child health. And she wouldn’t have it any other way.
“Some people were shocked by this pandemic…but I wasn’t,” says Jeannie N. Shinozuka, Ph.D. “It’s been part of my research for the last two or three decades.”
When Robert Delpino was a kid, he wanted to grow up to be like the social workers who helped his family.
The task facing La Sierra’s Pre-Medical Society last fall was daunting – take an annual mission trip to Guatemala that provides badly needed aid…online.
La Sierra University’s inaugural Giving Day surpassed its original goal of $400,000 by more than $7,000 with donations from over 400 donors.
A federal grant program aimed at addressing inequities in STEM education is under implementation at La Sierra University.