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Students share the fruits of research projects they’ve undertaken during the previous year.
Nursing students and faculty return to the Dominican Republic to provide education and continue to build relationships
The group travelled to two sugar cane communities outside of Santo Domingo for eight days over winter break.
Valerie D. Lewis-Mosley '79, who co-originated the registered BC trademark acronym "AHANA," is the guest speaker at the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Banquet.
Sean P. Clarke, associate professor for undergraduate programs and Judith Shindul-Rothschild, associate professor, both gave interviews for the story posted on boston.com.
The School of Nursing's global summer university has added a new partner: Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile) in Santiago, considered a premier university in South America.
Nurse Advocate Karen Daley brings more than 25 years of clinical nursing experience to the DFCI Board.
Kelly Stamp has been recognized for her scientific and professional accomplishments, as well as volunteer leadership and service in the field.
CSON is one of only four partnerships in the country chosen to pilot the new program.
Students share personal experiences from their medical mission trip during winter break.
Melissa Sutherland has received a federal grant to continue her work to reduce violence against college women.
A day highlighting faculty and student research in global public health included presentations by an assistant professor and senior.
The Connell School of Nursing tops the charts and continues to lead the way in HEALTHY YOU contest.
Dean Hilda Alcindor from Haiti visited the Connell School of Nursing.
A Mass was held for seniors who completed their degree requirements by December.
Boston College along with 5 area nursing schools, have been recognized for their alliance with the Veterans Administration.
BWH nurses and BC faculty gather to celebrate and share new knowledge generated through the Haley Nurse Scientist Program.
Students connect with hiring managers and nursing school alums to receive valuable career advice.
A team-taught course by Nursing Assistant Professor Melissa Sutherland and Social Work Assistant Professor Summer Hawkins, guides students to look at health from a global perspective.
BC alum Maureen Gormley ‘85 was the fall semester’s guest speaker during CSON’s Pinnacle Lecture Series.
The Gerontological Society of America aims to advance the study of aging, through research, education, and practice.
Dr. Jane Flanagan is the new President of the Society of Rogerian Scholars.
The educational website known as "Best Master of Science in Nursing Degrees" recognized the Connell School of Nursing, in particular its Global Health Initiative, on its list of 20 nursing master's degree programs with innovative approaches to learning.
CSON participates in BC's Supported Employment Program, which brings persons with special needs into 'a great community'.
Three students from the school of nursing received Advanced Study Grants in 2014. Two of them reflect back on the experience and what they learned.
The Connell School of Nursing named a National Hartford Center of Gerontological Nursing Excellence.
Internationally known nurse researcher is the new associate dean for undergraduate programs at the Connell School of Nursing.
John Welch, M.S. ‘12, a graduate of the school’s nurse anesthesia program, traveled to Liberia to help treat Ebola patients. He spoke with WBZ-TV in Boston before he left.
Thirty-seven students in an accelerated master's nursing program are one step closer to becoming nurse practitioners.