Marywood University’s College of Health and Human Services recently held an Interprofessional Education program for students in health profession programs at the University. The program was designed as a “Lunch and Learn” event, during which students from Nursing, Physician Assistant studies, Athletic Training, Psychology, Communications Sciences and Disorders, Nutrition and Dietetics, and Respiratory Therapy met with each other and, during a “speed dating” set-up, discussed their future healthcare professions.


Pictured are Marywood University Physician Assistant students (left to right): Jason Archer, Roaring Brook, Pa.; Alexis Yeager, Scranton, Pa.; Scott Curran, Old Forge, Pa.; Noah Karasik-Tiewsi, Howell, N.J.; (standing) Cody Gangaware, Kempton, Pa.; Trevor Flynn, Port Jervis, N.Y.; (standing) Colleen Adler, East Syracuse, N.Y.; Hannah Goble, Le Raysville, Pa.; Sierra Chesney, Roaring Spring, Pa.; and Kathleen Grogan, Scranton, Pa.