Memorial Service for Sammer Ballout, N ’04
A Memorial Service for Sammer Ballout, N ’04, will be held Tuesday, April 5th at 8pm in the Main 2 Chapel of the VCU Medical Center. Angela Duncan, the chaplain for the Heart Center, is coordinating the service. Please join us as we come together in celebratory remembrance of Sammer.
VCU Nursing says “GO RAMS!!!!!”
Students, faculty and staff from the VCU School of Nursing braved the cold weather on Wednesday to cheer on the VCU Men’s Basketball team as they begin their trip to Houston and the Final Four Tournament. GO RAMS!!!!! You can see more pictures of VCU Nursing spirit on The Real VCU School of Nursing Facebook […]
VCU School of Nursing Family Picnic- Register Today!
Enjoy an afternoon of fun in the garden and relax with alumni, students, faculty, and staff of the School of Nursing! Delicious barbecued chicken, side dishes, drinks and desserts will be served. Children are welcome. Saturday April 16th 2011 Noon – 2 pm VCU School of Nursing Please register online by April 10th, 2011 at […]
Please Welcome Isac Crouch to the VCU SON Staff
Please join us in welcoming new staff member Isac Crouch to the School of Nursing – IT department! He is coming to us from the G2G program in VCU Technology Services where he was responsible for repairing student machines. He is certified to repair Dell, HP, Lenovo and Mac computers. Isac’s office is room number […]
March Blood Drive – Sponsored in part by NSWB
Nursing Students Without Borders, Alpha Phi Omega, National Association of Black Accountants, Emerging Health Care Leaders, the NAACP at VCU and IMPACT are sponsoring a blood drive on Thursday, March 24, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the University Student Commons. Free Jersey Mike’s Subs while they last. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remembering Sammer Ballout, N ’04
Please join the VCU School of Nursing as we send condolences to the family of Sammer Ballout, 32, who was killed in a car accident this past weekend on the Powhite Parkway. Sammer was in the first AB graduating class of Dec. 2004 and worked in CSICU at VCUHS. He routinely precepted our senior students […]