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Graduates of IIN’s Health Coach Training Program are now eligible for advanced standing in three MUIH graduate programs.
On July 19 students and faculty gathered to share the research they’ve recently been working on in various areas related to acupuncture, herbal medicine, and nutrition. The University community and public participated as well. Dawn B. Wallerstedt, M.S.N., CRNP, of the Samueli Institute was the guest speaker and two students won the prestigious President’s Award and Provost’s Award.
On July 1, Walker stepped into this new role which is extremely unique in organizations and, until now, unprecedented in higher education. It appears that MUIH is the only national university to combine leadership in ethics with leadership in philanthropy.
As part of the practicum phase of their program, the students in our Health and Wellness Coaching programs are required to complete several one-on-one sessions with clients. Their goal is to guide and support you in reaching your wellness goals.