Named after the university’s late president, Elson S. Floyd, who believed WSU, as the state’s land-grant institution, should train doctors for all of Washington.
- To recruit students from rural and underserved urban communities, to get them to medical school and then back to their communities to serve
- To expand WSU’s research enterprise with a goal of improving human health and creating new economic opportunities
- To create service learning options so that students receive opportunities to practice in a variety of settings
- We will help students develop personalized pathways through medical school so they get the education that’s best for them.
- Each student will take a series of courses to learn how to lead interprofessional health care teams. They will earn a certificate of leadership when they graduate.
- We will create a system where our graduates can stay connected with the university for continuing education and career development.
Seminar by James M. Olson, PhD, MD
May 20 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Spokane Academic Center, room 245
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College of Medicine
PO Box 1495
Spokane WA 99210-1495