The COVID crisis in Africa

Across the African continent weekly COVID deaths remain in the thousands. Regis College professor of public health Richard Pulice’s organization HeartSounds US works to help the hardest hit countries like Uganda.

Game Changer

From Athletics to Academics, Cory McCarthy takes on a new role as a “CEO” for educational equity.

Skin Deep

Surgical Oncologist Samilia Obeng-Gyasi talks with Regis College Assistant Professor Lawana Brown about racial disparities in breast cancer treatment.

The COVID-19 Vaccine and HIPAA

Faculty in Regis College’s Young School of Nursing and School of Health Sciences explain why requiring the COVID-19 vaccine to return to campus this fall is not a violation of the health information privacy law.

Q&A: Student-athletes can now profit off ‘NIL’

Elizabeth Conant, an associate professor in Regis College’s sports management program, explains the significance of the NCAA’s new policy to allow student-athletes to profit off their name, image, and likeness, and what it all means for the college spo

Say Her Name, Discover Her Life

Veteran nurses Lawana Brown and Faydene Small-Jones heard about Breonna Taylor’s aspirations to pursue their profession. Their conversation with her mom, Tamika Palmer, reveals the personal piece of her story.

Therapeutic Surfs Up

Students in Regis College’s therapeutic recreation program are completing their practicum this summer with AmpSurf New England, an adaptive surf therapy non-profit organization.

Orientation Leaders Prep for Incoming Students

Regis College’s newest orientation leaders spent last week learning more about the institution – and themselves – as they get ready to welcome the Class of 2025, which arrives on campus this fall.

Regis Awards Faculty Promotion and Tenure

Regis College is pleased to announce that seven faculty members from the School of Arts and Sciences, School of Health Sciences, and Young School of Nursing have been granted promotions.

Camp During COVID

Associate Professor Lauren Bent was selected as a Kaneb grant recipient for her ongoing research that explores the impact summer camps had on children’s development and family dynamics during the pandemic.

Q&A: What you Need to Know About Ransomware Attacks

The Steamship Authority on Cape Cod was a recent victim of a ransomware attack. We asked associate professor Robert Duhainy, a cybersecurity expert, to help us better understand these attacks and how to defend against them.

The Pride was well Protected this Spring

Through rigorous testing and impactful guidelines, Regis College recorded a less than one percent COVID-19 positivity rate on campus for the spring 2021 semester and had no disruption to in-person classes.