To help solve the nursing shortage crisis, Berry College, [...]
Rollins College, a Sullivan Foundation partner school, is launching [...]
Jivani was three years old when she began losing her hair to alopecia. She shares the story of how she became a nonprofit leader and changemaker who's helped thousands of children live with -and embrace - being different.
The School of Nursing at Clemson University, a Sullivan [...]
After a tragic setback this spring, Gwynn, who won second place in the most recent Ignite Retreat pitch competition, keeps planting seeds for combating food insecurity—and promoting mental health—in Greensboro, N.C.
Named a 2022 Three Dot Dash Global Teen Leader, Charvi Gangwani was a high schooler when she founded The Amygdala, an Indian mental-health nonprofit for young people that has grown into a global movement.
This online video-based program from leadership coach Taylor Garrett will feature 21 expert speakers, including the Sullivan Foundation's Spud Marshall, and runs from July 18-August 7.
UA's College of Community Health Sciences recruits students from rural Alabama interested in working as future doctors and other healthcare professionals in rural communities.
These two immunologists are paying close attention to how the COVID-19 vaccine designs differ in the type of immunity they trigger and the protection that results.
Dermatologist Danita Peoples of Wayne State University's School of Medicine discusses the causes of alopecia and why it disproportionately affects Black women in the U.S.