Congratulations to Jean Marie Digges!
Congratulations to Jean Marie Digges wbo is the recipient of the Elaine Gelman Scholarship given through competitive process and awarded today at the NAPNAP conference. This NAPNAP Foundation award recognizes NP students who participate in a PNP program and have interest in health policy or advocacy. Please congratulate Jean Marie wben you see her!
Jane Delano Society Scholarship
**The Jane Delano Society will award two $1,000 scholarships in May to undergraduate nursing students who have contributed volunteer service to Red Cross units. The American Red Cross Jane Delano Society Scholarship Fund was established in 2001 to advance nursing as a career option and to promote the involvement of young nurses in the Red […]
Scholarship Deadline Extended to April 1st
**The deadline for the Kaiser Permanente College to Caring (C2C) Nursing Scholarship Program has been extended to April 1, 2007. The C2C program provides scholarships to Hispanic students who are juniors or seniors in college pursuing a bachelors degree in nursing. Students who are selected will receive a scholarship for $8,000 each year they attend […]
VCU nursing student to receive George C. Marshall Award
According to Michala Smith, from the VCU View: Cadet Joanna Klein, a senior in Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Nursing, has been chosen to receive the George C. Marshall Leadership Award, which is presented to the top Army ROTC cadets in the nation. Read more of the VCU View article.
Cut the Ribbon!
The time is nearly here to cut the ribbon and dedicate our new 70,000 square foot state-of- the-science School of Nursing Building. We invite you to come and celebrate with us! The festivities will begin at 3 p.m. on Friday April 27th – rain or shine. Join us again on Saturday April 28th for Open […]
Get the Facts on the Nursing Shortage
Nationally The U.S. will need more than 1.2 million new and replacement RNs by 2014. (http://www.bls.gov/opub/mlr/2005/11/art5full.pdf”>U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, November 2005 Monthly Labor Review)