Pharmacy Day at the Capitol

Roseman pharmacy students at both our South Jordan and Henderson campuses traveled to the Utah and Nevada State Capitols in January and February for Pharmacy Day at the Capitol. The pharmacy students provided various health screenings to legislators, staff, and the general public. Types of screenings included blood pressure, cholesterol levels and blood glucose. See… Read More

Goolsby Elementary Partners with Roseman

Goolsby Elementary is the zoned school for the neighborhood surrounding Roseman University of Health Sciences’ Summerlin campus.  With over 750 students, a newly launched STEM program, and a very dedicated administration and staff, an opportunity arose to create a partnership between Roseman and Goolsby. Roseman wishes to see more young people interested in the sciences,… Read More

South Jordan Report – March 2017

Roseman University strives to impact the health, education, and wellness of the communities it serves. This past month Roseman students and employees gave back to the community through our Give Kids a Smile® event, South Jordan Community Health & Wellness Expo, KODJ Safe Kids Fair and multiple pharmacy tabling events at CVS. Give Kids a… Read More

Henderson Report – March 2017

At Roseman, we take great pride in the community outreach efforts of our faculty, staff and students. It is through the exchange of knowledge and sharing of information that we can create progress. I am honored to share with you some of the great contributions Roseman members are making in the lives of our young… Read More

Summerlin Report – March 2017

As the College of Medicine continues its fundraising efforts for its $66 million campaign to support its progress and to fulfill the financial requirements to achieve accreditation, the College has continued its outreach into the Summerlin community. College of Medicine administration, faculty and staff have gotten to know our neighbors – listening to them, and… Read More

Women in Science

Clara Barton, Virginia Apgar, Marie Curie, Antonia Novello. Doctors, nurses, researchers, healthcare advocates. Women have been instrumental in the advancement of health sciences through their efforts in patient care, medical research and leadership roles in the healthcare profession. For Women’s History Month, we asked three leaders at Roseman University to discuss how women can continue… Read More

President’s Report – March 2017

Hello and welcome back to spectRUm. February proved to be a very busy month as we anticipated. We have been busy preparing for the Third Annual Research Symposium on March 2nd on both our Henderson and South Jordan campuses. We look forward to featuring the discoveries and scholarly work of our faculty members, staff, post-doctoral… Read More

SB-166 is Heard in Nevada Legislature

On Tuesday, February 21st, SB-166 was heard at the Nevada Legislature in front of the Senate Education Committee. Sponsored by Senator Patricia Farley, the bill will establish a program to survey public school students on the use and abuse of drugs and alcohol. Roseman University faculty testified on behalf of the bill, and shared results… Read More

Remembering a Life Well-Lived

Roseman University faculty and staff said goodbye to Renee M. Holder, PharmD, BCPS, CPE on Thursday, January 26 in a Memorial Service in Berkeley, California, which was held on what would have been her 32nd birthday. Dr. Holder was originally from Reno, Nevada. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Midwestern University in Glendale,… Read More

Summerlin Report – February 2017

Roseman University’s Summerlin campus serves as home to the College of Medicine, where a dedicated team of administrators, faculty, and researchers continue to work towards accreditation with the Liaison Committee for Medical Education (LCME). While the College focuses on ensuring that the educational, clinical, and research aspects meet and exceed the stringent LCME standards, the… Read More