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Wednesday Word: The Wait

Waiting isn’t easy. It can often be difficult to find patience for something so greatly anticipated--and so it is with the 2020 presidential election. Many waited most of the night or woke this morning, eager to know the “winner!” The evening progressed, the night returned and sun arose--votes were still being counted.

Wednesday Word: The Wait

Waiting isn’t easy. It can often be difficult to find patience for something so greatly anticipated--and so it is with the 2020 presidential election. Many waited most of the night or woke this morning, eager to know the “winner!” The evening progressed, the night returned and sun arose--votes were still being counted.

Wednesday Word: Committing to Change

A message from Dr. Michael Ward, Ph.D., RTR, FASRT, FMoSRT

Vice Dean for Student Affairs & Diversity

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion – Combining Our Talents for a Better Future:  Talking about Race - Commit Yourself to Change

In today’s times the very subject of race stirs up emotions of apprehension, anger, fear, shame, guilt and uncertainty.  Racism, is defined as a system of advantage and oppression based on race.  A way of organizing society based on dominance and subordination based on race.  Penetrates every aspect of personal, cultural, and institutional life.  Includes prejudice against people of color, as well as exclusion, discrimination against, suspicion of, and fear/hate of people of color.  Racism = Prejudice + the power of implement that prejudice. 

Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients

Jean Hoffman and  Linda Urden were named 2020 Distinguished Alumni Awardees at this year’s homecoming virtual celebration. Both Jean and Linda have exhibited a commitment to nursing education, research and service.

Wednesday Word: Nurses' Voices Are Being Heard

More than ever before, consumers are beginning to recognize that nursing has become more diverse and requires an expanded set of skills. Furthermore, the profession has begun to gain significant prominence in the minds of consumers, prompting them to trust nurses more for their medical care. The increase number of senior patients and other complicated medical conditions, as well as the potential long-term effects of COVID-19 have resulted in an acceleration of growth in nursing.

Wednesday Word: The "Silent" Place

October 4 – 10 is National Mental Health Awareness Week

Long before COVID and long after COVID, the importance of improving mental health will remain essential. However, essentiality does not always yield the focus and awareness that is warranted.

Wednesday Word: Philanthropy

Merriam-Webster defines philanthropy as “goodwill to fellow members of the human race.” Going back to its Greek origins, the word philanthropy means “love of mankind.” It combines two Greek words: philos (love) and anthropos (to be human). That means anyone can engage in philanthropy, regardless of the size of their gift.

Wednesday Word: Unsung Heroes

September 13-19 is National Housekeeping Week. And although we take this time to send a special thank you to Goldfarb's housekeeping professionals, our gratitude for all they do is enduring.

Wednesday Word: One Community

Welcome Students! We begin Fall Term during an exceptional moment in our nation's history. As we continue to move forward, we rise to this occasion by preparing outstanding nurse leaders, especially for moments like these.

Wednesday Word: Reimagining Instruction and Learning at Goldfarb

Recently, Inside Higher Education shared the article “We’re All in This Together,” where they described how several colleges and instructors throughout the country are preparing for fall in our new environment. They admit that during this pandemic-driven time: “Most instructors where novices…and many sought help.

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