A psychotherapist for 20 years, Dr. Jose Pares-Avila started nursing school at age 40 and went on to become a board-certified adult nurse practitioner and HIV specialist.
Haley Finley (BSN '15) sent a heartfelt thank you to Clinical Instructor Doug Cunningham describing how his rigorous course helped her be successful as a new nurse.
Dr. Menon, who has garnered $20 million in research funding, develops interventions for early detection of cancer in underserved populations.
Melissa Ruiz, a student from the Universidad de Sonora mentored by Assistant Professor Sheila Gephart, helped develop Spanish education materials for parents of premature babies.
Written by Dr. Allen Prettyman, clinical associate professor, director of practice innovations and family nurse practitioner specialty coordinator.
Kati Wijdenes is a third-year Doctor of Nursing Practice student specializing in psychiatric mental health and a second lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force Medical Service Corps.
Twelve years after taking her first class, Dr. Ki Moore has earned her fourth-degree black belt and is only the third woman in the history of her martial arts school to do so.
Clinical Assistant Professor Patti Daly explains how to change your relationship with food—for good—without going on a diet.
The one-year, $65,000 grant was made possible through fundraising efforts by Hooters Restaurants of America and will support Dr. Badger’s research.
GEM Award recipients include Cynthia Carsten, a student in our Master of Science in Nursing Clinical Systems Leadership online program, and Cheryl Lacasse, clinical professor.