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Department of Indigenous Health faculty awarded APLU/Cornell grant to support student travel

Categories: News

Drs. Melanie Nadeau and Shawnda Schroeder, assistant professors in UND’s world-first Department of Indigenous Health (IH), have been awarded a grant by the Association of Public & Land-Grant Universities (APLU) and Cornell University to support an Indigenous Health Scholars program at UND. The pair of researchers was notified of the award, which is financed by […]

From the Dean: And we’re off!

Categories: From the Dean

There is a lot going on at the School, to say the least! The recently graduated students – now doctors – in the M.D. Class of 2023 are starting their residencies, first-year students are arriving at the SMHS, the Supreme Court has issued an important decision regarding college admission procedures, and we have some internal […]

First nations, first graduates

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The first graduates of the world’s first doctoral program in Indigenous Health walk across the stage at UND “I have a dream of testifying before Congress,” smiles Cole Allick from his Washington State University office in Seattle. “I know it’s probably not a high priority for a lot of other people, but I want to […]

Geiger named vice chair of the SMHS Department of Indigenous Health on interim basis

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Jonathan Geiger, Ph.D., a Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor in the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences (SMHS), has been named the vice chair (interim) of the SMHS Department of Indigenous Health (IH). Working in coordination and collaboration with Melanie Nadeau, M.P.H., Ph.D., interim chair of the Department of […]

Faculty development: Using OneNote to get organized on March 25

Categories: Education

Join Education Resources and Dr. Melanie Nadeau, assistant director of the SMHS Public Health Program, for a faculty development session entitled “Using OneNote to get organized: Faculty experience” at noon on Thursday, March 25. Join us on Zoom or view the recording after the event. From research to teaching, from service to departmental responsibilities, we have a lot on […]

Master of Public Health Program welcomes Melanie Nadeau as new assistant director

Categories: News, Welcome

The Master of Public Health program at the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences would like to welcome Melanie Nadeau, Ph.D., M.P.H., as the program’s new assistant director. Dr. Nadeau was previously the Operational Director at the American Indian Public Health Resource Center housed at North Dakota State University. She is an enrolled citizen […]