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Gilman scholarship enables nursing student to explore U.S.-Finland health system differences

A prestigious scholarship enabled Nazareth nursing and public health student Thelma Burgos to go to Finland to explore its health care system and what could improve the United States’ approach.


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Nazareth collaborates with Virtual Internships to bolster global internship access

Nazareth University is partnering with Virtual Internships to further expand global work opportunities for its students. This collaboration will pave the way for students to obtain invaluable international work experience.


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Jeffrey Allan chosen to lead Nazareth’s Institute for Technology, AI, and Society

Nazareth's Institute for Technology, Artificial Intelligence, and Society, or ITAS, has hired Jeffrey Allan as its new director. The AI technology expert is poised to usher Nazareth to be a leader at the forefront of ethics and artificial intelligence. He has two decades of experience from Fortune 500 companies to Silicon Valley startups and is also a psychologist who knows an ethical lens is crucially needed in the fast-paced world of business leaders, policy makers, and other professionals.

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New Flower City Down Syndrome Network Scholarship established at Nazareth

A new Flower City Down Syndrome Network Scholarship at Nazareth will help prepare more teachers and other professionals dedicated to helping children with Down Syndrome. The Flower City Down Syndrome Network is giving Nazareth $25,000 for an endowed scholarship. 

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Three Nazareth students study abroad as Gilman scholars

Three Nazareth College students studying for a career in the medical field believe learning firsthand about different cultures will help them better understand future patients. They are getting study abroad experience through prestigious 2023 Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships from the U.S. Department of State.

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