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Medical students tutor Flint kids through Youth Unleaded program

Valueable learning resources are available to Flint area students and the organizations involved want to make sure as many students as possible are taking advantage of them. It's called Youth Unleaded and there are free sessions available every Sunday. MSU College of Human Medicine Flint Campus students are tutoring in a variety of topics. Dr. John Molidor, Community Assistant Dean of the Flint Campus, and Tonya Bailey of P.A.P.A.S. visited ABC 12 to discuss the program.

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Leading with Compassion

The latest edition of Grand Rapids Business Journal's "Inside Track" profiles Dean Beauchamp, who teaches treating everybody, especially patients, with respect.

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Michigan State University received Spencer Foreman Award for partnerships in Flint and rural Michigan

In recognition of its partnership with diverse communities and efforts to improve health care across the state, the college received the AAMC’s Spencer Foreman Award for Outstanding Community Service on Nov. 13 at Learn Serve Lead 2016: The AAMC Annual Meeting. Named for Spencer "Spike" Foreman, MD, who established the award in 1993 while serving as AAMC chair, the award honors academic medical institutions with long-standing commitments to addressing community needs.

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