Regis College is pleased to be the facility partner for the Girls STEM Summit-Statewide 2018, a one-day experience for young women in grades 8–12 who love Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM).
An uncertain future for health care reform has providers and patients asking, “What happens next?” Educating nurses and other health professionals about the future of health care will prepare them to work as informed advocates for patients and quality
Regis has partnered with Boston Medical Center to create affordable opportunities for BMC employees to advance their career by earning a graduate degree from Regis, a leading Catholic university in Greater Boston.
Regis is pleased to announce that students in the Applied Behavior Analysis master’s program earned a 100% passing rate for first-time testers of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board® exam in 2017.
In response to the growing requirement of secondary degrees across all job markets, Regis and Pine Manor College have entered into an agreement to increase pathway opportunities to graduate programs for Pine Manor College students.
A panel of mental health experts explored schizophrenia and bi-polar disorders and addressed the increase in mental health diagnoses that affect more than 1 in 100 people throughout the world at the President’s Lecture Series on Health at Regis.
On Thursday, September 7, Northern Essex Community College unveiled newly renovated space on the 2nd floor of 420 Common St, which will be used for bachelor’s degrees offered on the college’s Lawrence Campus
Regis, a Catholic university in Greater Boston, officially opened the new Nursing Resource Center (NRC) to provide innovative learning experiences for students in its nationally recognized nursing program.