Mitchell Prins used his artistic ability to co-create Voices of the 5%, an art exhibit that celebrates current and future Black physicians.
PLNU alumni Taylor Johnson-Gordon, Jennifer Nemeth, and Alison Patt have all built careers aimed at improving people’s lives and health through food.
PLNU is once again participating in the 20th annual Kyoto Prize Symposium March 24 and 25, only this time it will be in a...
Susan M. Sutton Clawson's passion for serving and protecting people is daily activated through her work as an international trauma psychologist and public health advisor.
Throughout his Army nurse career, Nick Pacella has discovered that the most important aspect of nursing is what connects us to each other: our own humanity.
In August of 2020, Jacob Mitchell found a rewarding occupation developing effective and affordable COVID-19 tests.
What Elias Escamilla appreciated most about PLNU was the person-first care for students. Now, as a nurse in mental health, he's providing the same deep level of care to his patients.
While she was a student at PLNU, Erika Weisdorfer felt a calling to use her engineering physics degree to help others.
PLNU's Navy Duty Under Instruction (DUINS) program helped Joshua Womack launch the next phase of his nursing career.
While pursuing her nursing degree in PLNU's Duty Under Instruction (DUINS) program, Roberta Orozco was diagnosed with advanced cancer.
Brent Alvar was selected as the Tactical Strength and Conditioning Practitioner of the Year for 2020.
Why we should work to process, listen, and speak to the traumatic moments that have unfolded in our lives or those of the people around us.