Nine students from Dartmouth Medical School (DMS) will lead health-related service projects for underserved individuals and communities during 2011-2012, under the New Hampshire-Vermont Schweitzer Fellows Program. Each year, about one-third of applicants—from professional schools around the two states—typically receive Schweitzer fellowships. This year’s DMS fellows account for one-third of the of those from New Hampshire and Vermont. Nationwide, about 250 students will conduct service projects.
Read the full press release from Dartmouth Medical School.