JWU News

JWU’s PA Program Achieves 100% Pass Rate

7/28/17 | For the second year in a row, 100% of JWU’s graduating class of physician assistants have passed the board certification exam administered by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. All 24 Class of 2017 students passed on the first try.

Topics: Physician Assistant Studies

From Classroom to Clinicals: PA Class of 2017 White Coat Ceremony

6/23/2016 | Family, friends, and loved ones filled Schneider Auditorium on JWU's Providence Campus to celebrate the Physician Assistant Studies Program Class of 2017 during their White Coat Ceremony on Friday, June 17. 

Topics: Providence Physician Assistant Studies

‘Faith, Trust + Pixie Dust’: 2016 Graduate Commencement Highlights

5/23/16 | One student’s decorated mortarboard said it all: “All it needed was faith, trust, and a little pixie dust.” JWU Providence’s 2016 Graduate Studies Commencement ceremony was all about transition, transformation and the culmination of a lot of hard work.

Topics: Providence Physician Assistant Studies Graduate Programs Commencement

Center for PA Studies Wins Smart Growth Award

Topics: Physician Assistant Studies Campus Renovations

PC-JWU Articulation a ‘Win’ for RI Healthcare

Topics: Physician Assistant Studies

PA Building Honored with Historic Preservation Award

Physician Assistant Studies

Johnson & Wales University has received the 2014 Providence Preservation Society (PPS) Historic Preservation Rehabilitation Award for the JWU Center for Physician Assistant Studies. The center was one of 8 preservation projects honored during a PPS symposium held in early November.

Topics: Physician Assistant Studies

State of the Art with Heart

As Johnson & Wales launches Rhode Island’s first physician assistant program, students learn to practice with a healthy dose of compassion.

Topics: Providence Nutrition & Wellness Physician Assistant Studies

Brown and JWU Healthcare Collaboration

Physician Assistant Studies

JWU's Center for Physician Assistant Studies and Brown University's Alpert Medical School have reached a mutual agreement to explore areas of potential cooperation, including sharing training facilities, jointly arranging lectures, pursuing educational grants, and engaging in cost-sharing.

Topics: Providence Physician Assistant Studies Graduate Programs