Aug. 22, 2022
Family Medicine resident Elizabeth Tuma, M.D., and medical student Shelby Peters with the College of Human Medicine, U.P. Campus, speak with President Samuel Stanley Jr., M.D. during his visit. The UP regional campus, located in Marquette was established in 1974. It features the Rural Physician Program which is one of the first rural medical training programs in the nation and has served as a model for similar programs throughout the world. Photo courtesy MSU.
A poster features the MSU College of Human Medicine Upper Peninsula Region personnel and resources, including the U.P. campus residents and students. Photo courtesy MSU.
Stanley visits with Jesse Randall, director and outreach academic specialist of the Forestry Innovation Center in Escanaba. There, Stanley learned about maple syrup and Christmas tree production that happens at the center, as well as the forest and wildlife management and logger training that occurs. Photo by Antonio Sanchez.
The president’s trip to the Upper Peninsula wouldn’t be complete without trying a pasty! The big question, however, is: ketchup or gravy? Photo courtesy MSU.
Stanley meets with the Marquette Rotary Club and its president, Erica Huss. Photo courtesy MSU.
At MSU’s Marquette County Extension Office in Negaunee, Stanley meets with staff members and is officially welcomed as a “yooper” with a fun T-shirt that displays the title. Photo by Antonio Sanchez.
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