Doctor of Nursing Practice students in the Maloney Hall simulation lab. Photograph: Caitlin Cunningham
Every student who passes through the Connell School of Nursing encounters the principles of formative education that serve as the core of Boston College’s tradition: care for the whole person, rigorous inquiry, critical thinking, and service to others. Although they are rooted in Jesuit pedagogy, these principles have broad applications, and they shape the ways our alumni approach nursing care. For those who also become leaders, they offer a roadmap.