The physician assistant program is proud to announce that another one of its students has been selected for a prestige fellowship.
Marissa Minopoli, of the class of 2024, was chosen for the PAEA (Physician Assistant Education Association) Student Health Policy Fellowship. This fellowship program is designed to develop leadership and advocacy skills to help students better represent PA education at the local, state and national levels. The fellowship consists of a three-day conference to learn about advocacy and policy-making processes, interact with fellow leaders and to meet with their representatives and staff on Capitol Hill. Each participant then completes an advocacy project under the guidance of a program faculty mentor.
What a great way to represent Canisius University, Marissa!
Submitted by: Aimee Larson, program director, PA Studies