In the 2008 U.S. News & World Report annual rankings recently released, the College of Physicians & Surgeons moved up to be ranked No. 10 out of 125 medical schools in the country. The Mailman School of Public Health maintained its No. 6 ranking, and the School of Nursing retained its strong ranking of No. 19 out of more than 400 nursing master’s programs nationally. In addition, P&S and the School of Nursing both rose in selected specialty program rankings. Dental colleges are not ranked, but the College of Dental Medicine scored well by two other measures its ’06 class of 75 students scored second highest in the country in admissions DAT testing (similar to MCATs for medical school); in research, the college ranks 18th among 125 institutions receiving funding from the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research. A complete description of the rankings is available at www.usnews.com/sections/ rankings.