8 posts categorized "Physician Assistant"

07/24/2017

Albuquerque Journal: Alumna named physician assistant at Presbyterian Medical Group

Janice Yates, PA-C, was recently named physician assistant at the Presbyterian Medical Group location at Presbyterian Hospital. Yates has a bachelor’s degree in health science from the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia; and a master’s degree in physician assistant studies from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

01/29/2016

Philadelphia Inquirer: Hard times on campus: Economics behind merger of Phila. U. and Jefferson

Hard times on campus: Economics behind merger of Phila. U. and Jefferson: An Inquirer analysis found, seven of 20 private colleges and universities in Southeastern Pennsylvania had operating losses last year, up from three in 2010, when one of the money losers was the wealthy Swarthmore College. University of the Sciences, which has been consistently profitable and this month announced the end of a possible merger with Salus University, has been filling all the seats in its new physician assistant program.

Read more at Hard times on campus: Economics behind merger of Phila. U. and Jefferson

10/29/2015

Brookings Institution: Using earnings data to rank colleges: A value-added approach updated with College Scorecard data

Colleges with the highest medium-term value-added for federal aid recipients are often focused on training for high-paying careers in technical subjects. University of the Sciences in Philadelphia trains many students for careers as pharmacists, among other health-related occupations.

Read more at Brookings Institution: Using earnings data to rank colleges: A value-added approach updated with College Scorecard data

10/11/2015

Philadelphia Inquirer: Government scorecard rates colleges based on your future salary

For the first time, this new U.S. Department of Education database ranks schools by graduates' salaries 10 years later, and links them to such factors as tuition costs, total debt, and graduation rates. The clear local winner was the University of the Sciences, with a median income of $82,203 after loan payments. Loan balances total a median $27,000.

Read more: Philadelphia Inquirer: Government scorecard rates colleges based on your future salary

 

10/09/2015

Pharmacy Times: USciences Produces More Top Earners Than UPenn

The first college in the country to teach pharmacy produces higher earners than the University of Pennsylvania, an Ivy League school in the same state. University of the Sciences (USciences) not only beat the University of Pennsylvania on average salary among alumni after 10 years, but also produced the highest earners than any other school in the state, including other prestigious colleges such as Villanova University, Carnegie Mellon University, Bucknell University, Haverford College, and Swarthmore College. 

Read more: Pharmacy Times: USciences Produces More Top Earners Than UPenn

07/01/2015

Context is Crucial to Learning

Joanne Deitsch recently toured the simulation lab at USciences in Philadelphia during a recent Pennsylvania/Delaware/New Jersey Distance Learning Association (PADLA) meeting and blogged about her experience.

Read more: http://joannedeitsch.com/?p=913

 

09/25/2014

Herald-Independent: View From the Pier: It all depends on how you look at things

Our son's girlfriend, Emily, got admitted to the physician’s assistant program at Philadelphia’s University of the Sciences, so they decided to quit their jobs and go backpacking in Europe before school started.

http://www.hngnews.com/monona_cottage_grove/article_a9c2bf5e-4360-11e4-8cc7-0017a43b2370.html

09/18/2014

USciences Cuts the Ribbon on the IPEX

University of the Sciences in Philadelphia cut the ribbon on the new Integrated Professional Education Complex (IPEX). 6abc Action News was on campus for the ceremony.

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UC Review: http://ucreview.com/cutting-the-ribbon-on-the-integrated-professional-education-complex-p5142-1.htm