Goldfarb's new online program is flexible for working nursing students and is designed to prepare graduates for a health care leadership role.
Find out what a typical day looks like for one nursing student, Stacie Smith, at Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College. Stacie shares how she learns, practices and stays motivated (beyond her caffeine intake) through her 16 to 18 hour days.
Class of 2011 alum Julie Lewis, shares her goals as the new Alumni Advisory Council Chair of the Barnes-Jewish College Alumni Association.
St. Louis Children’s Hospital joined with Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College, and other nursing schools in the area, to create a fellowship program that would give students both classroom and hands-on experience in four pediatric critical-care areas.
Ending 2017 with reflection and celebration, Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College announced the winners of the 2017 faculty and staff awards.
Alums of Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College or one of the legacy schools that is part of our past, have access to a number of free benefits and opportunities.
Patricia (Steen) Eckart and Captain Jeremy Nelson were named 2017 Distinguished Alumni Awardees at this year’s homecoming luncheon. Though these awardees differ in the number of years spent in their chosen professions, both have exhibited a commitment to nursing education, research and service.
Tamara Otey, PhD, RN, assistant professor at Goldfarb, made her 11th trip to Nigeria in the summer of 2017, where she spent two-and-a-half weeks caring for patients in Umeuleagwa Onicha.
Learn the benefits of becoming an AGACNP, and apply to Goldfarb's program. Applications are due Jan. 1.
On Friday, Sept. 29, the Barnes-Jewish College Alumni Association and the 2017 Homecoming Planning Committee hosted our annual homecoming event. The day was full of activities for students, alumni, faculty and staff.
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