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News and announcements
WMU physician assistant students win state Quiz Bowl Championship
In early October, WMU physician assistant students participated in the Michigan PA Foundation Student Quiz Bowl at the Michigan Academy of Physician Assistants annual Fall CME Conference in Traverse City, Michigan.
Art exhibit seeks truth and meaning in patterns of American life
Ellen Nelson is a painter from Kalamazoo, a University of Michigan graduate, and a founding member of the new artists' collective at Kalamazoo’s Park Trades Center. Her paintings, which take a sociological view of American culture, are on display in the second floor art gallery at the College of Health and Human Services through Dec. 22.
Conference to explore transforming healthcare through information technology
UNC's Jason Burke will present a keynote talk titled Transforming the Health and Life Sciences Ecosystem through Advanced Analytics at 2 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 30. The event is open to the public and will be held at the WMU Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine in downtown Kalamazoo.