About 15 students took advantage of a new Bring Diversity to Nursing summer preparation program.
The University’s elevation to Division I athletics brings its teams to the highest level of college sports, requiring determination and optimism in a challenging first season.
A growing number of faculty members are embracing teaching methods like the flipped classroom, which uses class time for discussions and collaboration, to promote active learning.
Two departments have elevated to school status and the School of Health and Environment has changed its name to the College of Health Sciences.
The R.N. to B.S. degree completion program is in high demand as many hospitals now require licensed R.N.s to earn bachelor degrees to solve complex problems in healthcare.
An infusion of energy, a welcoming presence, an innovative marvel -- the new Health and Social Sciences building offered much to cheer about.
Valerie King and seven nursing students in the new Global Health Experience course traveled to Chile during winter break to see how healthcare delivery is affected by cultural differences.
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