ATSU’s School of Health Management (SHM) held its Residential Learning Institute (RLI), Affordable care act and soft skills for a hard core career, on the Missouri campus July 26-28. RLI’s are held four times per year, twice on the Arizona campus and twice on the Missouri campus. The focus of the RLI is to present applicable topics and use them as the foundation for team-building exercises. Six master of health administration students attended.
“It is great fun having students on campus, said Kimberly O’Reilly, DHEd, dean, SHM. “Watching students bond with faculty and peers while learning and growing in their team and health administration knowledge is exciting. We had a great group of individuals, and they created a really positive vibe in our hallways and classroom. I’m really looking forward to our next RLI and spending face-to-face time with students and faculty!”