MSU College of Human Medicine UP Campus medical students inducted into Gold Humanism Honor Society
MARQUETTE — Three of the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine Upper Peninsula Campus students have been selected for induction into the Gold Humanism Honor Society.
These students were selected for this honor based on the nominations of their peers for their outstanding performance as a student practicing patient-centered care by modeling the qualities of integrity, excellence, compassion, altruism, respect, and empathy.
“I am very proud of our students for their outstanding qualities in receiving this honorary distinction,” said Community Assistant Dean, Stuart Johnson, DO, in a press release.
“Providing compassionate, empathic care benefits our patients as much as it benefits our student learners.”
Medical student inductees from the UP Campus include:
≤ Emily Bush, of Hammond, New York
Undergraduate: Bachelor of Science in Biology, Elmira College, Elmira, New York
≤ Josh Cole of Dorr, Michigan
Undergraduate: Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Michigan State University, East Lansing
≤ Tyler Janish of Prescott, Michigan
Undergraduate: Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences, Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan
“Humanism in health care is the foundation of this medical honor society,” said Susan Tincknell, director of student programs for the UP clinical campus.
“Knowing that our students are not only developing their clinical skills, but also excelling at building compassionate relationships with patients, makes me proud.”
The Gold Humanism Honor Society was founded in 2002 and now has over 160 chapters in medical schools and residency programs.
More than 35,000 medical students, physicians and other leaders have been inducted.
For more information about the Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine, UP Campus, visit mgh.org/for-healthcare-professionals/msu-college-of-human-medicine-up-campus or visit on Facebook @MSUCHMUPR.
At the end of the 2021 academic year, 319 medical students had graduated from the MSU College of Human Medicine UP Campus.
Currently, approximately 30 percent of the UP Campus College of Human Medicine physicians are practicing in the Upper Peninsula in primary care and various specialties of medicine.