NEOMED students, faculty, and staff are invited to join the Title IX Office and Townhall II for information about stalking during National Stalking Awareness Month. Inola Howe will discuss what stalking is and what it looks like, specifically on college campuses and elsewhere. She will also discuss the signs of stalking behavior, so you can be more aware and stay safe before, during, and after a stalking incident has begun. The first 20 to RSVP will have lunch on us!
The Office of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion at NEOMED invites you to participate in our annual Martin Luther King Jr Day of Service on Jan.21, 2019. We are partnering with five local locations this year to bring you a wide array of opportunities to impact our community. Organizations include:
- The Ronald McDonald House of Akron
- The Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland
- Hattie Larlham
- Easterseals of the Mahoning Valley
- Skeels Matthews
Visit our sign up page to learn more about the organizations and find information on what our volunteers will be doing at each location. Each organization has different tasks and reporting times, so we are sure you will find an opportunity that works for you!
Sign up today!
Rhondalynn Smith Brustoski, M.D., will speak at NEOMED Thursday, Nov. 15, from noon-1 p.m. about methods and best practices for […]
Did you know that women make up less than 15 percent of our nation’s police officers? But here at NEOMED, […]
A panel of physicians will discuss how their Christian faith impacts their medical practice, particularly as they participate in medical mission work locally, domestically and internationally. Panelists will share about their experiences with and commitment to medical missions in diverse sites ranging from Haiti to Appalachia to Tallmadge, Ohio.
Event sponsored by Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; Association of Catholic Medical Students; Student Affairs
NEOMED is pleased to honor deserving students, as nominated by their peers, faculty, staff and mentors, who help promote diversity at the University and in their profession. Please join NEOMED faculty, staff and students as we learn about the University’s continued commitment to embracing diversity and fostering a welcoming and inclusive environment at the reception.
The Embracing Diversity Series at Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) brings attention to and focus on competencies around various diverse topics and cultural issues. Through lectures, panel discussions and programs, we aim to educate and enlighten students, faculty, staff and the community. Please join us as we embrace our similarities and our differences, and recognize and celebrate our diversity.
Join the College of Pharmacy’s Kimberly Kennedy for an exciting evening of information, crafts and entertainment that gives an insight to America’s indigenous people. Traditional Native American refreshments will be provided and performances will start at 6 p.m.
This event is free and open to the public.
Online registration is open now.
This event is sponsored by NEOMED’s Embracing Diversity Series.
Ohio’s public university presidents, including NEOMED President Jay A. Gershen, D.D.S., Ph.D., sent the following letter opposing the Trump Administration’s […]
Today, Aug. 28, is new student orientation day at Northeast Ohio Medical University where students will be treated to a […]
Members of the NEOMED Community, Over the last several days, like many of you, I have been appalled at the […]