Michigan State University’s medical school is joining downtown Flint, announcing plans to open a community campus in the heart of the city.
MSU’s College of Human Medicine will develop public health programs, recruit and house top public health researchers and provide office and classroom space for staff, faculty and students in a yet-to-be determined downtown location, according to plans MSU was set to publicly unveil today.
The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation will fund an initial grant of $2.8 million for the project that college officials say will allow Flint to join East Lansing and Grand Rapids as pillars of the college’s statewide footprint and hopefully help grow more local doctors.
Excellent news. Charles Stewart Mott, via his surrogates, comes through for us once again.ReplyDelete
If Flint ever decides it needs a new name, I vote for "Mott".