Bullet points highlight impact made in 2017
- Horizons, a six-week summer enrichment program for hundreds of Rochester City School District students with low-income backgrounds, continued to grow. LeChase Hall became home to this Warner program.
- The University launched its Educational Partnership Organization (EPO) at Rochester’s East High School, making extracurricular experiences possible for many East High Students as well as the Center for Urban Education Success. The Center informs best practices at East High, and captures what is being learned through the EPO.
- The School of Nursing invited Warner to partner in offering a new master’s program in nursing education. This program complements the existing MS in Health Professions Education, and is part of an overarching effort to leverage educational knowledge and skills to improve how patient care and overall health are delivered.