Hershaw Davis Jr. earned one of five scholarships given out across the U.S. to minority graduate students who intend to pursue a career in academic nursing.
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Christine Phelan Kueter
July 24, 2013
Dorrie Fontaine will receive an international award for her recent book on critical care nursing.
June 19, 2013
Nursing professor Kathryn Laughon is researching existing dyes to see what best captures rape victims’ injuries while not interfering with DNA analyses. The dye currently used in rape kits isn’t effective on people of color.
June 18, 2013
New U.Va. School Of Nursing Agreement Guarantees Admission to Community College-Educated RNs Interested in Benefits a BSN Degree Confers
Agreement offers RNs admission to U.Va. to earn BSN degrees. This “on-ramp” to a great career also improves the quality of patient care and reflects U.Va.’s commitment to the state’s Top Jobs Act.
June 13, 2013
The Culpeper residents’ 10-day African journey provided indelible perspectives on health care in the world’s poorest nations.
June 11, 2013
Marianne Baernholdt and Karen Rose will become the 19th and 20th fellows on the faculty of U.Va.’s School of Nursing.
May 23, 2013
Nursing professor Arlene Keeling is being awarded for her nursing history research.
May 21, 2013
Colleagues describe Emily Drake as “personally invested in her students,” a “creative and gifted educator” and someone who “challenges, mentors, and, through her teaching coaching and advising, ensures they become the best nurses they hope to be.”
May 15, 2013
More than three decades after earning an engineering degree from U.Va. and launching a successful career as a systems engineer, Catharine Carty has decided it’s time to give back. “Mental health, geriatrics, labor and delivery – I’m all in,” said the soon-to-be nurse.
May 12, 2013
A cancer patient grateful for the kindness of a nursing student will attend her graduation pinning ceremony. U.Va.’s Olivia Calzada is “part of our family,” Nelson County resident Russell Owings said.