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Dr. Marie Boltz is recognized for career contributions in the field of gerontological nursing.
Master’s student takes part in a medical mission to her home country, Cameroon, where more than 3,000 people received health care in five days.
Lelia Holden Carroll Professor Judith Vessey, is named among the top 25 pediatric nursing professors by NursePractionerSchools.com.
Senior’s independent research project is selected by the School for International Training, to be published in online database featuring projects from programs around the world.
The Connell School of Nursing held a Freshmen Welcome event for the class of 2018.
Collecting evidence is a big part of caring for crime victims. Professor Ann Burgess, a pioneer in the teaching of forensic nursing, talks about the growing importance the field with the Boston Herald.
Global health program unites students to explore the needs of diverse and undeserved populations.
Yvonne Shih '15, one of three Minority Nurse Award winners, wants to empower other minority nursing students to see their strengths.
Jane Flanagan has been recognized for her contributions in the Nurse Practitioner field.
Connell School of Nursing students share reflections about their recent trip to Lourdes, France, with the Order of Malta.
At the Connell School of Nursing’s reunion event, Martha Jurchak, Ph.D. ’96 and Ellen Robinson, M.S. ’83, Ph.D. ’97, each received the 2014 Dean Rita P. Kelleher Award.
The Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association has selected Assistant Professor Stewart Bond as a research scholar.
Sean Clarke, RN, Ph.D., FAAN to start July 1, as Associate Dean of the Undergraduate Program.
Graduate student gets hands-on experience in a variety of basic procedures that primary care PNPs perform in the office.
Nina Wujech, M.S. '15 gets insight on what it takes to be a nurse practitioner.
KILN scholar Denic Calub '14, hopes to one day make a difference in the field of global health.
Shri Sahay '14 attended the Society of Pediatric Nurses (SPN) Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, with the help of KILN funding.
The Alpha Chi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International, holds its annual spring research program.
KILN scholars and mentors celebrate the end of the academic year.