- Annual funding supported our Institute for Innovative Education, including renovations in its Center for Experiential Learning. The Institute supports the training of medical, nursing, and graduate students, and the continued education of faculty and staff using the infrastructure and technological resources that will make the School a model for inter-professional health care education.
- Scholarships attracted talented medical students and kept debt after graduation below the national average.
- Stipends provided to Ph.D. students allowed them to present their research at scientific conferences, which are integral to their training and pre-career experiences.
- With a decline in federal funding for research initiatives, unrestricted gifts are fueling the research that could lead to important new discoveries.
Bullet points highlight impact made in 2014