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Other TitlesTackling Social Isolation for Marginalized Communities: Learning from the World
Engaging the Next Latinx Allies for Change (ENLACE)
Family Social Inclusion: Learning from Brazil to Baltimore
AbstractThe Millicent Geare Edmunds Fund was established January 6, 1964 by a bequest from Millicent Geare Edmunds, “to be expended for any purpose which will add to the comfort, morale, or education of the student classes and the faculty.” Ms. Edmunds was one of 12 students in the 1905 graduating class of what was then known as the Training School, University of Maryland. She served as the president of the School’s Alumni Association from 1920–1921 and on the General Committee of the 200th anniversary celebration of the City of Baltimore.
DescriptionVideo of the Millicent Geare Edmunds Lecture delivered May 6, 2021 by Jonathan Garcia, PhD; Yolanda Ogbolu, PhD, CRNP-Neonatal, FNAP, FAAN; and Sarah Hemminger, PhD.
Slides of Yolanda Ogbolu's lecture.
KeywordUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Nursing
Education, Nursing, Continuing