UC Medical Center Ranks in Top Tier Among Nation's Best by U.S.News & World Report
Published May 2003
UC Colleges of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health
Sciences stand among the nation's most reputable graduate colleges and
programs, according to the latest U.S.News& World Report rankings.
"The College of Medicine is pleased to again be ranked
among the top 50," said William Martin II, MD, dean of the UC College
of Medicine. "Our aim is to improve each year and to get the message
out that we are regional leaders in research, education and clinical
"This is a tribute to the collaborative efforts of our
faculty, staff and students as well as to the community based
professionals that support our program by providing real life
experiences," said Elizabeth King, PhD, MS, dean of the UC College of
Allied Health Sciences. "My fondest hope is that we continue to excel
through continuous improvement."
Top-ranked UC programs and colleges:
- Medical Schools-Research
UC College of Medicine #48
- Specialty Programs-Pediatrics
UC College of Medicine #4
- Schools of Nursing
UC College of Nursing #50
UC College of Nursing #16
- Speech-Language Pathology
UC College of Allied Health Sciences #36
"It is gratifying to know that we are viewed by others
for the quality of our academic programs, research and impact in the
communities," said Andrea Lindell, DNSc, dean of the UC College of
Nursing. "This is a credit to the quality of the faculty, students and
others involved in our program."
The U.S.News & World Report 2004 America's Best Graduate Schools rankings are available online at www.usnews.com or on newsstands.