Roseman University Officially Launches College of Graduate Studies

Roseman University of Health Sciences is pleased to announce the official launch of our College of Graduate Studies. Applications are now being accepted for our Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences (MSPS) and Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences (MBS) degrees at the University’s Henderson, Nevada and South Jordan, Utah campuses. The inaugural classes will… Read More

Roseman University Hosts National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day Events

Roseman University participated in this year’s National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. Each year the DEA supports national efforts to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means for the public to dispose of prescription drugs, while also providing education about the potential for abuse of medications. Both campuses had successful events, and wanted to share a… Read More

Grant Writing, Part Two

Speakers to College of Pharmacy faculty on 26 April 2021 shared some practical aspects of applying for grants at Roseman University.  Finding Grants The first speaker was Sonia Jones, Roseman’s Director of Grants Administration.  She pointed out that there is a wide array of grantmaking organizations beyond the federal government.  These include state and local… Read More

Roseman University Clocks 5000 Hours at Campus Vaccination PODs

It’s National Volunteer Week! All week on our social media platforms, Roseman University will highlight 40 of our top volunteers who added to over 5000 hours of volunteer time manning the vaccination PODs at our Henderson and Summerlin campuses.  We began our vaccination efforts in early January, after weeks of planning and coordination led by… Read More

April is National STD Awareness Month

April is STD Awareness Month. Many health organizations rally together during this month to raise awareness about sexually transmitted infections and disease, help reduce STD-related stigma and provide actionable steps to help mitigate the increase in STDs in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), syphilis cases nearly doubled… Read More

South Jordan Report – April 2021

It has been an unseasonably warm and beautiful spring foliage season in South Jordan. I hope that no matter where you are, or what season you are in, you can enjoy the natural beauty that surrounds all of us. I am going to use this space today to congratulate the graduating DMD class of 2021,… Read More

Celebrating DNA’s Impact on our Lives

National DNA Day is celebrated in the United States on April 25th of every year. It commemorates the Human Genome Project‘s successful completion in 2003 and the discovery of DNA’s double helix in 1953. The primary aim of National DNA Day is to grant students, instructors, and the general public an opportunity to learn and… Read More

April is National Facial Protection Month

As we thaw from our winters spent in quarantine, many of us are excited to jump back into the outdoor activities we love. Unfortunately with the onset of warmer weather comes an increase in injuries to the head, mouth, and face from sports-related accidents and injuries. The good news is that many oral and facial… Read More

Building Bridges for a Healthier Community

COVID-19 has presented the world with the most challenging public health crisis of our time. In April of last year, we worked both individually and collectively to wear our masks and distance ourselves from strangers, from our friends, and from those we loved most. We refrained from traveling. We began buying groceries online. We found… Read More

Summerlin Report – April 2021

Greetings from Roseman University’s Summerlin campus. I’m grateful for the opportunity to share news from the College of Medicine and Cure 4 The Kids Foundation. Since January 9, Roseman University has been holding Saturday COVID-19 Vaccination Points of Dispensary (POD) clinics at the Summerlin campus, administering thousands of vaccines to the public. Roseman students, faculty,… Read More