Tenacity & Hope for a Better Tomorrow for All

A Profile on Annette Logan-Parker, Roseman Commencement Speaker 2019 Life isn’t always fair. It deals us crippling blows. Many say that it is not just what happens to us, but rather how we deal with adversity, how we frame difficult circumstances and how we cope and move on. Annette Logan-Parker, CEO of Cure 4 The… Read More

Henderson Report – April 2019

Welcome to the April issue of spectRum. This month, many of our students are entering the final weeks of their educational journey at Roseman University before graduating in May. It’s an exciting time on the Henderson Campus. Spring is a time of rejuvenation. In nature, plants and trees are waking from their winter dormancy and… Read More

South Jordan Report – April 2019

Spring has officially arrived on the South Jordan Campus and our students and employees are busy preparing for year-end festivities and gearing up for Roseman’s 20th Anniversary year, which begins July 2019. On Thursday of last week, in honor of Women’s History Month, Roseman employees were invited to attend “Juggling Family and Work While Pursuing… Read More

Summerlin Report – April 2019

Twenty members of the community. They come from various businesses, the Clark County School District, some are political officials, and two Roseman University Board of Trustees Members. Together they form the Community Advisory Board (CAB) for the College of Medicine. This group of talented, invested community members meet regularly for information and planning sessions, on… Read More

Curiosity, Learning & Connection: Neighborhood Health Series & the Spirit of Community Engagement

Did you know that authentic community engagement is cited by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) as a critical component to creating healthy environments for people of all ages? The organization calls on private citizens, community leaders, health professionals, and researchers to work together to implement strategies to that allow such environments to flourish. Born… Read More

President’s Report – April 2019

Welcome to the April issue of spectRUm. The last few weeks have been very busy, with lots of time spent out in our local communities. True to Roseman’s mission, “to impact the health, education and wellness of the communities it serves,” this spring we are realizing the efforts of our past work and seeing community-based… Read More

Roseman University College of Nursing Introduces New Master of Science in Nursing/Family Nurse Practitioner Program

Roseman University’s College of Nursing began accepting applications this week for a new Master of Science in Nursing/Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN/FNP) program. The MSN/FNP is a 23-month, full-time asynchronous online program that prepares students to sit for the Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) certification exam required for licensure. The inaugural class is slated to start… Read More

The Pros and Cons of Database Research

On its face it seems too good to be true:  take a large dataset generated by someone else, search it for something interesting, and write up the results for publication without all the expensive and time-consuming data collection, low response rates, low statistical power, or complicated IRB applications associated with doing it yourself. Yet these… Read More

Summerlin Report – March 2019

Welcome to this update from the Summerlin Campus. In this edition I am pleased to highlight some great progress with our College of Medicine. The College of Medicine campaign slogan, Breakthrough in Medicine! was born from the concept that the path to accreditation for the College of Medicine will be accomplished in a series of… Read More