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Nursing Alumna Jennie Chin Hansen, former president of AARP and formerly the CEO of the American Geriatrics Society, was recently named one of the top 50 people, most influential in aging.
Sonia Chiamaka Okorie ’17 presented research at the conference from her summer fellowship in Ghana and called it an uplifting experience.
A leading provider of health care analytics and solutions, will sustain its fellowship, which is awarded to outstanding Connell School of Nursing graduate students who are expanding their studies in oncology, endocrinology or other clinical specialties.
Professor Ann Wolbert Burgess received the Outstanding Professional Award from The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children.
The Coca-Cola Company and Foundation has pledged $100,000 to Connell School of Nursing’s Keys to Inclusive Leadership in Nursing (KILN) Program.
Carroll Professor Judith Vessey works toward a bullying screening tool to assist health care providers.
Connell School of Nursing junior volunteered in Ghana this past summer as an Amanda V. Houston Fellow.
Doctoral candidate Aimee Milliken will present her research paper in Houston, Texas at the annual meeting of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities.
Associate Professor Melissa Sutherland has been named a 2015 Nurse of the Year by the Massachusetts Chapter of the March of Dimes.
Carolina Lopes, M.S. ’16 has been selected to participate in a student leadership program.
Sonia Chiamaka Okorie '17, traveled to Africa in the summer of 2015 after receiving the Amanda V. Houston Traveling Fellowship from Boston College.
Elizabeth Donahue '05, M.S. '10, who has traveled to Haiti with Connell School faculty and students, provides patient-centered care as a primary care provider, in a new medical facility in Boston.
Dr. Jane Flanagan has received a competitive grant to explore web-based yoga intervention for breast cancer survivors.
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, Cecilia McVey ’72, associate director of Nursing and Patient Services at the VA Boston Healthcare System, received the 2015 Dean Rita P. Kelleher Award.
The third annual KILN Awards capped off the end of the academic year and gave students and faculty a chance to get together one more time to recognize each other's accomplishments.
CSON will host the first event at its new location in Maloney Hall during Reunion Weekend: a reception in honor of 2015 Dean Rita P. Kelleher Award recipient Cecilia McVey '72.
CSON Dean, faculty, and graduates participated in the University's 139th Commencement Exercises.
The Alpha Chi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International held its annual spring research program.
In a recent ranking of the best and worst states for nurses, Associate Professor Judith Shindul-Rothschild was interviewed about the future of the nursing profession and how new grads can navigate their way to a successful career.
The stand-out student athlete, and dedicated nursing major, reflects on her experiences at Boston College and gives some advice to those coming up behind her.
Work has begun to prepare a new clinical teaching center for nursing students.
Debra Lundquist has earned an ONS Foundation Research Doctoral Scholarship for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Chiamaka Okorie '17 and Nina Wujech, M.S. '15, reflect on their attendance at the Unite for Sight Global Health and Innovation Conference at Yale University.
Seven CSON graduates participated in a panel presentation to current students about their transition from BC student to full-time nurse.
Students administer care, while learning about the country, its political system, and health care delivery system.
Two CSON faculty members to be honored by the American Nurses Association Massachusetts at its convention in April.
Accomplished community-based researcher shares her approach to working with communities to gather information and create positive outcomes.
Dr. Susan Kelly-Weeder will be inducted as a Fellow of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.