Cedarville pharmacy, nursing and linguistic students will bring healthcare services to Clarkston, Georgia, home to 90 different people groups from around the world. Going on the trip is (front) Dr. Brenda Pahl, director of experiential programs at Cedarville’s School of Pharmacy and assistant professor of pharmacy practice; second-year professional pharmacy students Sarah Berman and Sarah Piraino; sophomore nursing student Erica Rosner; first-year professional student Andrea Adegoke; (back) second-year professional pharmacy student SangYo Kim; sophomore nursing student Priscilla Songate; junior linguistics major Rachel Fletcher; and second-year professional pharmacy student, Madeline Meister. Not pictured: second-year professional pharmacy student Sylvester Sarpong and Linea Piraino, registered nurse.
One small team of Cedarville students plans to serve more than 90 different people groups within the span of six days. How? By traveling less than 600 miles away to what has been called the most diverse square mile of the country: Clarkston, Georgia.
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Weinstein, Mark D., "Missions Team Will Travel the World in One Square Mile" (2018). News Releases. 696.