View local, regional and national stories featuring PCOM faculty, staff and students for the month of June 2020.
June 29, 2020 | Inside OME (AACOM)
Chantel Thompson (DO ‘22) and Omoshade Idowu (DO ‘22) were named to the Board of Directors of the Student National Medical Association (SNMA).
June 24, 2020 | WALB
Lisa Corbin, LPC, NCC, director, counseling program and Ramona Palmerio-Roberts, PsyD, clinical associate professor, psychology, discuss racial inequality in America with faculty and students.
June 20, 2020 | City Ave
Lavinia Lafferty, recent executive assistant to the President and Board Secretary at PCOM, speaks about her time at the College.
June 14, 2020 | The Chicago Tribune
Peter Bidey, DO ‘08, vice-chair and professor, family medicine, discusses how parents can keep kids healthy throughout the pandemic.
June 6, 2020 | HipHop 103.9
PCOM students line City Ave to show their support for White Coats for Black Lives and the Black Lives Matter movement.
June 1, 2020 | 6ABC
Jessica Kendorski, PhD, chair, school psychology, shares tips for parents speaking to their children about recent unrest.
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