Microphilanthropy in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences
Microphilanthropy is a model of giving that engages recipients and donors at a very personal level. The College of Nursing and Health Sciences promotes this practice among student groups as a model of leadership that develops students' sense of social responsibility while increasing opportunities for international and multicultural experiential learning and research for their benefactors.
Microphilanthropy is just one of the benefits of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences' dedication to upholding its mission to serve society at state, national and global levels through education of health professionals, development of new knowledge, and healthcare advocacy that transforms lives.
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