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Ask a question about any aspect of our organization, from becoming an IB World School to accessing professional development. This platform is for general questions as well as for registered users.
As we continue to monitor the situation for members of the IB community who are impacted by COVID-19 (coronavirus), we will update this.

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We are continually extending our program into areas beyond the bounds of traditional medical education, for the benefit of students and society.
At the Emory School of Medicine, we’re challenging the conventions of traditional care and reshaping how medicine is practiced

The SOE alumni community comprises nearly 40,200 members living in 81 countries across the world
In fiscal year 2020, the SOE had $8,897,188 in research expenditures

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The final block of the year for the MU School of Medicine was about to begin when the university announced on March 11 that it was suspending all in-person classes because of the COVID-19 outbreak. MU’s medical school leaders also complied with the Association of American Medical Colleges’ recommendation to pause all medical student direct patient contact activities during the pandemic. See how students are continuing their educaiton.
To tackle the stress of medical school, students work with faculty to find ways to improve mental health.

Read a message from the School of Medicine Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion and watch our recent panel conversation.
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Creighton University is expanding opportunities for medical and health sciences students and trainees in Arizona.
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Details of the university’s face covering and symptom self-check policies.
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We don’t do solo ascents at Mines. These tools are helping Orediggers stay safe while sticking together.
Colorado School of Mines marks start of new academic year with mix of in-person, remote instruction

The U is the best in the nation for technology commercialization (Milken Institute rankings)
student-to-faculty ratio, the lowest among Utah public institutions

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