In the News
william f. connell school of nursing
KILN Scholars and Mentors Celebrate a Successful Year
Dickson '13 featured in the Chronicle
Obituary: Carol Lynn Mandle, 65
Shindul-Rothschild was named as one of YSN’s “90 Nurses for 90 years.”
Doctoral students from CSON, LSOE, and GSSW come together to collaborate about research
Lopez is a nursing major who is a member of the Voices of Imani gospel choir and president-elect of the Massachusetts Student Nurses Association.
The Diversity Advisory Board presents the YWCA Stand Against Racism day
CSON students work with Haitian nursing students studied together in Haiti
Best-selling author, CBS This Morning show contributor, and Bob Woodruff Foundation cofounder talks about her family’s journey.
Paskausky discussed the intersection of my research and clinical work.
Alpha Sigma Nu welcomes 7 nursing students
Jeannine M. Rivet to be honored at the AACN Spring meeting
An article by Melanie Chang '13
3 alumni honored by NERBNA
Horowitz and Jones named ENRS Sustained Influential Leader
CSON students join MIT entrepreneurs and healthcare professionals to examine problems in today’s healthcare system
2 CSON faculty become Distinguished Practitioners and Fellows
Junior Katie Cutting excels at skiing, volunteering, and her schoolwork
Wolfe elected Vice-President of the Board of Trustees
The Connell School had more students than ever participate in this year’s research symposium.
Flanagan was elected to the board of IAHC
Dean Gennaro has been named to the Sigma Theta Tau International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame, which recognizes scholars whose work has received significant, sustained recognition for its impact on the nursing profession.
NEAPNA awards Burgess Living Legend Award
MARN recognizes 2 CSON faculty
Dr. Kathleen Calzone and Dr. Jean Jenkins from NIH provide an overview of the Journal of Nursing Scholarship Genomic Special Issue. Included will be contributions by journal editor, Dr. Susan Gennaro, as well as a brief overview of the relevance of genomics for nursing practice, education and research.
Nick Dionne-Odom’s research funded by AACN-STTI
The National League for Nursing named doctoral student Katheleen M. Keane, MS, CNL, BSN, CCRN as a member of Cohort 3 of Jonas Scholars.
Teresa Connolly’s research funded by AANN
Seton Hall inducts Tabloski into its Hall of Honor
March of Dimes honors Fontenot
Three Connell School students took part in the December Baccalaureate Mass.
Katie Phillip honored by NEF
Partnership between CSON and BWH deepens
Bustos ‘13 and Calub ‘14 had the opportunity to network with nurse leaders
CSON faulty participate in the Inaugural Connell Family Lecture
KILN scholars and faculty mentors kickoff the new academic year
McLean poster won first prize
Assistant Professor Joyce Edmonds highlighted in the Chronicle
DeMarco joins Board of Directors
Walsh joins the MA Action Coalition to review quality and quantity of nurses
Distinguished professor and university dean emerita at Indiana University School of Nursing talks leadership and career strategy
Palliative care for veterans the focus of campus event
2012 was a big year for the Connell School at the American Academy of Nursing
Dr. Hutchinson is the co-principal investigator on an NIH funded study
FNINR taps Gennaro
The Boston College community participated in the annual Haiti fundraiser
The American Assembly for Men in Nursing members shared their stories with students
Daley’s contributions to nursing recognized
Harris named runner up for the NPWH Inspire Award
Faculty members continue to build relationships and further the CSON Global Health Initiative
3 CSON students assisted the ill on the Order of Malta’s annual trip to Lourdes, France.
One student's experience attending the Training for Advanced Leadership in KILN (T.A.L.K.) retreat
Former study section chairs share advice for new reviewers
Price Family Foundation gives CSON a generous gift
RWJF students find success on NCLEX
Sister Therese of the Child of Jesus, O.C.D., '54 celebrated her golden jubilee.
Joan Bardsley, Assistant Vice President, Core Scientific Services at MedStar Health Research Institute, named President-elect of the American Association of Diabetes Educators
Dr. Ashley is the project director of a study looking into diabetes management services.
CSON students get the opportunity to attend the National Association of Hispanic Conference and learn first hand from nurse leaders.
Associate professor becomes a part of the Administrative Hearing Board
Willis addressed the New England Chapter of the American Assembly for Men in Nursing
BC and Swiss students and faculty come together for course on global healthcare.
Former NYU professor brings research focus
Susan Gennaro joins the advisory board that directs funding for nursing, biomedical, social, and behavioral research.
American Cancer Society taps DeMarco
Boston College professors and students care for HIV patients and conduct research in Ho Chi Mihn City.
Meghan Shanahan named first Gertrude Stick Fellow at Beth Israel Deaconess.
Mairead Hickey ’72 and Terry Fulmer, M.S. ’77, Ph.D. ’83, receive career achievement awards.
Rosanna DeMarco will bring her research on women living with HIV to Scotland.
Amanda Lulloff and Sabra Sullivan are among the University’s best teaching assistants.
Journalist Bob Woodruff addressed the University Commencement; Amy Cebulski '05, M.S. '10, spoke at CSON's Convocation.
Massachusetts Association of Registered Nurses honors CSON nurses.
Denise Charron-Prochownik, M.S. '82, leads Health Promotion and Development at University of Pittsburgh's nursing school.
Summer program focuses on genetics in research and practice.
Award recognizes outstanding Asian American students.
Amanda Terzian '12, M.S. '16, was nominated for the University's most prestigious graduation honor.
Ashley Thibodeau '12 exemplifies the best of Boston College.
For her service project, Patey will provide health education at Boston's EDCO Youth Alternative High School.
The conference brought together leaders in global health, international development, and social entrepreneurship.
Awards support innovative summer research.
CSON alum Karen Daley addresses the role of nursing in health care reform.
The National Student Nurses Association annual convention was held April 11–15, 2012 in Pittsburgh.
Summer study awards lay the groundwork for future research and scholarships.
Eileen Searle ’06, Ph.D. ’15 represented the Malawi Ministry of Health in the Harvard University Aid for Health simulation.
Battista receives award from national nursing education consortium.
The Institute of Medicine Committee on the Commercial Sexual Exploitation and Sex Trafficking of Minors in the U.S. visited the Connell School.
Visk co-authored a policy brief and a manuscript in Nursing Outlook.
Kelly-Weeder was elected to the Board of Directors of NONPF.
Dean Gennaro gave the keynote address during the induction ceremony.
This conference was a collaborative effort highlighting doctoral student research.
Battista was chosen for work in pediatric palliative care.
DiFazio chosen for the Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science Dissertation Award.
McDonald quoted in forensics newsletter.
CSON student Will Sutton joins ten students in Nicaragua for a service trip over spring break.
Gregory granted tenure
Harris was awarded funding for her Urban Lit research.
All materials from the 2011 pediatric palliative care regional conference are now available online.
Sandra Dickson '13 and Malika Weekes '13 were nominated for the MLK Scholarship award. This marked the first time that two CSON students were chosen as finalists.
CSON was honored to be a part of such an important milestone.
The Connell School had an impressive showing at this year’s research symposium.
M.S./Ph.D. student Anna Paskausky was chosen to attend Womensphere Emerging Leaders Global Summit.
DeMarco named Member at Large of ENRS
RWJ Scholar Karen Jennings shares the path that led her to the nursing field on the Human Capital Blog.
DeMarco’s article cracks the top ten.
MARN is set to acknowledge Kate Gregory’s excellence in research in April
The Chronicle featured Dean Gennaro in their Q&A section.
The American Journal of Nursing named Policy and Politics in Nursing and Health Care, sixth edition book of the year in two categories.
DeMarco honored by the National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists.
CNS student Kate Maher and her preceptor Chris DeBruzzi teamed up with the athetic department at Concord-Carlisle High School to create and impliment the Interim Head Injury Management Policy with the goal of turning the interim policy into a regional safety regulation.
The week of January 22 is Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists week.
The American Journal of Nursing named Rosanna DeMarco’s most recent book as one of the most valuable texts of 2011.
Institute of Medicine and the National Research Council named McClain to new committee.
The American Academy of Nurse Practitioners recognized Joyce Pulcini’s humanitarian work.
Dean Gennaro addressed the Women’s Collaborative of Boston College.
Christopher Grillo, dean's office assistant, and his wife Sarah welcomed the first and second babies born in Boston in 2012. All are doing well.
from all of us at the Connell School of Nursing.
Six Connell School students took part in the December Baccalaureate Mass.
Boston College Chronicle highlighted assistant professor Allyssa Harris and her study on urban literature.
Institute of Liberal Arts awarded associate professor Rosanna DeMarco with a major interdisciplinary grant.
M.S./Ph.D student Jeanie Capone reviewed her experience at the mHealth Summit, a mobile health event functioning as a global convener of the mHealth ecosystem, for Biotech Boston.
30 freshmen peer leaders honored for their volunteerism.
Kate Gregory was the recipient of the Nurse of the Year Award in the area of Nurse Researcher.
Professor Ann Burgess' virtual crime scene forensics exercise was mentioned in a larger USA Today story focusing on higher education's trend towards using game-based learning.
Nursing Science Quarterly released an entire issue dedicated to Sr. Callista Roy.
Boston College Magazine highlights CSON's cutting edge pediatric palliative care graduate program.
Boston College Magazine chose CSON associate professor Judith Shindul-Rothschild to feature in its article on Master Teachers throughout the University.
CSON faculty, alumni, and students participated together in a seminar focused on global nursing.
View Dean Gennaro's entire talk on 'A 21st Century Approach to Health & Wellness,' sponoserd by the Alumni Education Office.
A group of KILN Scholars presented a program about their global health experiances at the Sigma Theta Tau International.
Karen H. Morin, President of STT, was the fall Pinnacle Lecture Series speaker
Connell School of Nursing and Brigham and Women's Hospital honor and support Nurse Scientists
Remembering the life of Joyce C. Clifford, RN, Ph.D., FAAN, former Senior Vice President and Nurse-in-Chief at BIDMC and guest lecturer at CSON.
Rachel DiFazio discusses her Patient Services Research Grant-funded study on surgical outcomes for patients with severe cerebral palsy.
Anna Paskausky explores how student nursing organizations can be laboratories for professional and political development.
Allyssa Harris researches the influences of 'Urban Lit' on African-American adolescents.
Three members of the CSON community, Jeanie Foley, Julia Kass, and Natalie McClain, are displaying their artwork at the Bapst Library.
Sribindu Pisupati '13 won the RWJ "I know this about nursing" essay contest.
The Academy of Emergency Nursing inducts a CSON alumna.
The Mass of the Holy Spirit was celebrated in mid September.
KILN students had the opportunity to meet peers and nursing leaders at the annual National Black Nurses Association Meeting.
Dean Susan Gennaro and three Connell School seniors assisted the ill on the Order of Malta’s annual trip to Lourdes, France.
A panel discussion on neuroscience nursing was preceded by the Dean Rita P. Kelleher Award presentation.
CSON Dean, faculty, and seniors participated in the University's 135th Commencement Exercises.
Ann Riley Finck '66 shared her experiences--both professional and personal--with the CSON Class of 2011.
Ann Riley Finck '66 was presented with the 2011 Kelleher Award for her work as a nurse leader, ethically aware scientist, and a skilled and inquisitive clinician.
Clinical Assistant Professor Donna Cullinan won the 2011 Community Service Award
Three CSON students join the Board of Directors for the MASNA
Reflections from a 2011 Retiree, Associate Professor Rita Olivieri
2 students will spend their summer at MGH
Djerica Lamousnery was chosen as one of six members of the Class of 2011 who exemplify what's best about BC.
When disaster struck her homeland, CSON doctoral student Nahoko Harada was able to put her nursing skills to work.
CSON Professor Ann Burgess and a team of researchers have released several law enforcement bulletins aimed at improving Internet safety and reducing online sexual victimization of children and adolescents.
Antoinette M. Hays, a 1974 graduate of the Connell School of Nursing who currently serves as the dean of the Regis School of Nursing, will become the 10th president of Regis College on July 1. Hays - the mother of Alexis Przybylski, a 2004 graduate of the College of Arts and Sciences - succeeds Mary Jane England, with whom she collaborated on the school's international nursing program in Haiti.
Connell School of Nursing Clinical Assistant Professor Donna Cullinan, a veteran of many medical missions to Haiti, recently led the first Connell School trip to the small island nation, where BC students, alumni, and faculty spent a week providing free medical care.
National Academies of Practice elects Susan Kelly-Weeder as its newest member.
33 CSON masters' students received their nursing pins after becoming Registered Nurses.
9 Connell school students joined 60 Boston College undergraduates to present their research findings at an all day symposium hosted by the university.
Professor Ann Burgess researches online sexual victimization of children and adolescents.