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Retiree leaves legacy of successful nurses
In a venerable nursing and teaching career spanning 48 years, there’s little that Karen Bess hasn’t seen, sometimes more than once.
Community education program aims to reduce accident and injuries in children
According to the Centers for Disease Control, unintentional injury is the leading cause of death in children under the age of 14. These injuries occur at home and in the community – and they are predictable, preventable and controllable.
A passion for public health in Honduras
One of our faculty, Dr. Patrick Ercole, was featured in the article “A Few Good Men at the College” in the summer 2011 issue of our Nursing Excellence magazine. Find out what’s been keeping him awake since he was 16 years old.
Research professor dedicated to helping fight HIV/AIDS in Africa
One of our professors, Dr. Kevin Mallinson, was featured in the article “A Few Good Men at the College” in the summer 2011 issue of our Nursing Excellence magazine. Find out more about his work in Africa.
Looking back: how we prepared for Cameroon
Preparing for our first global trip with nursing students required quite a bit of planning. Initially, a faculty  member and I traveled to Cameroon in August 2009 to meet with the faculty at the University of Buea to set expectations for the program, and to identify sites and activities for the students’ cultural immersion.
A nurse practitioner discovers her love for teaching

How does a nurse make the transition to education? Sometimes they know right off the bat, sometimes they stumble upon it by accident.

A transformational experience in Germany and Poland
Its aim is to develop curricula for nursing and medical students throughout the United States to educate them about the atrocities to human beings during the Nazi Regime under Adolf Hitler’s dictatorship. The lessons learned from this trip are almost impossible to put into words. It was a phenomenal journey.
Excitement, stress, anticipation and satisfaction
Well, it is the first day of the term and I can feel the excitement in the air!
A professor falls in love with pediatric nursing
Dr. Bultas joined us full time in 2006, after serving as adjunct clinical faculty for three years. She has extensive background in pediatric nursing, although she actually started the profession in ICU and home care nursing.
Another late entry
It’s Monday, and finally time to begin the work we’ve all traveled so far to do. Bright and early, the students were up and dressed in their Goldfarb uniforms for a continental breakfast of croissants, fruit and delicious coffee.


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