Courtney H. Lyder headlined the Connell School’s eighth Pinnacle Lecture Series.
John Welch, M.S. '12, shares his skills with an island in need, by helping to train nurse anesthetists in Haiti.
A leader in the field of psychiatric/mental health nursing, recognized for contributions to the nursing profession.
Students joined faculty for a night out to celebrate the accomplishments of local black nurses.
A CSON student and graduate of the school recap their experiences at a health care leadership academy.
Clinical Instructor Rosemary Byrne, led a group of students and faculty on a clinical rotation in community health in the Dominican Republic for the first time in January.
Patience Marks ’15 has been recognized as a Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar, and says she wants to make a difference in health care.
Doctoral student Eileen F. Searle is one of 600 nurse educators and leaders, awarded a scholarship that supports nurses pursuing PhDs and DNPs.
Five students were among the undergraduate presenters who took part in the Boston College Undergraduate Research Symposium in Fulton Hall.