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Health Science in the news

  • Tyler Hunt ’16, a Health Sciences graduate currently employed at Brigham and Women’s Hospital as a Research Assistant in Orthopedic Research Laboratories.
  • Merrimack professors across all disciplines have been winning awards, publishing papers, participating in academic panels and workshops, and featured in the media.
  • Associate Dean and Professor of Health Sciences Dr. Kyle McInnis, along with his team, are recognized by CBS Boston.
  • “I’m so happy I ended up choosing Merrimack College. I wasn’t just a number there. It is a tight-knit community and everything in my gut told me it was the right choice.”
  • The success of Merrimack’s Active Science continues to grow under the leadership of Associate Dean of Health Sciences Kyle McInnis. Active Science, invented by McInnis in 2011, is an innovative social enterprise using experiential-based learning to increase physical activity and promote academic achievement among children. Founded in the City of Lawrence at the Merrimack Valley YMCA and now spreading across the U.S., the program focuses on underserved children and communities.
  • Merrimack is going gaga for goggles. The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning recently purchased eight HTC Vive virtual-reality headsets for use in classrooms across all academic disciplines on campus.
  • Merrimack’s School of Science and Engineering received a major boost this month with receipt of a $500,000 grant from the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center to expand facilities and enhance educational programs in the life sciences.
  • Combining science lecture and laboratory instruction into a single class is more beneficial to students than taking those courses separately, as is typically done at the college level, a team of Merrimack professors found.
  • The success of Merrimack’s Active Science continues to grow under the leadership of Associate Dean of Health Sciences Kyle McInnis. Active Science, invented by McInnis in 2011, is an innovative social enterprise using experiential-based learning to increase physical activity and promote academic achievement among children. Founded in the City of Lawrence at the Merrimack Valley YMCA and now spreading across the U.S., the program focuses on underserved children and communities.
  • A conversation with Dr. Kyle McInnis P’19, associate dean and professor of health sciences. As the Community Chair for the Together for Good Campaign, Kyle is an integral member of the Campaign Committee.