Rachel Osowski is an administrative professional at the University of North Dakota. She works with the team in the UND SMHS at the Simulation Center. She is a 2010 graduate of the University of North Dakota. She has a B.A in Social Science and a minor in Health Education. Rachel is the Standardized Patient Program Coordinator and Administrative Operations Assistant. She oversees and assists the coordinating, training and coaching of standardized patients for clinical skills teaching and assessment activities for the SMHS medical student curriculum. Rachel also oversees the SHaPE program which is dedicated to assisting the third-year medical students with their continuing education of history and physical exam skills while they are participating in their clerkships throughout the state of North Dakota.
Rachel believes in the importance of exceptional customer service. She is an effective communicator. She conducts herself and manages with integrity and professionalism. She is purpose-driven, organized, and detail-oriented. Her top 5 Gallup Strengths are: Empathy, Relator, Responsibility, Harmony, and Discipline
Rachel holds a BA in Social Science and a minor in Health Education from the University of North Dakota. She is a health and wellness enthusiast. In her free time, Rachel enjoys all things fitness, fashion, event planning, cooking, reading, and spending time at the lake or on the farm with her husband and their labradoodle, Murphy.
Minor, Health Education
B.A., Social Science, University of North Dakota, 2010