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Student profile:
The value of generosity

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Michael Hutz (Class of 2015)
Hometown: Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin
Michael has received the Jack and Joan Mullins Scholarship, the John R. and Margaret C. Tobin Medical Scholarship, and the Geraldine M. Peiffer, MD, Scholarship.

Q. What makes Stritch stand out among other medical schools?
Many unique things about Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine distinguish it from any other medical school that I have seen. The ministry department is at the heart of Stritch, and the staff makes sure all feel appreciated and welcome. The deans are there to help us. And there are wonderful professors who invest their time and energies into the intellectual, spiritual, and emotional development of future caregivers and researchers.

Q. How are you able to collaborate with your colleagues at the nursing school?
I appreciate the focus on inter-professional education at the Health Sciences Campus, particularly the opportunity to work alongside students from the Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing. Together, we can learn the value of teamwork and address the complex health care needs the world is facing today.

Q. Why is alumni and scholarship support important for your education and that of your peers?
I sincerely believe that alumni are the source of much of what makes our school so great. The generosity of students who walked through these halls in years past helps perpetuate the environment that makes our school one of a kind. By supporting scholarships, donors make a vital contribution toward improving health care. Patients deserve to be treated by professionals who understand the connection of the spirit to health, and those values are cultivated here.


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