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Nurses Week: Jeannette Kim, M.S. class of 2021

During Nurses Week 2020, VCU School of Nursing shared each day why students love being a part of the most trusted profession on earth. Although Nurses Week has passed, we still have another great story to share. Meet Jeannette Kim, a current student in our master’s program, nursing administration and leadership concentration. Jeannette is a […]

Moments of Pride: Peggie Powell (DNP’18/N)

In continuing our Moments of Pride series, the VCU School of Nursing is sharing additional alumni perspective on why they love nursing and more. Meet Peggie Powell (DNP’18/N), FNP-BC, a family nurse practitioner in the Outpatient Pain Management Clinic at VCU Health’s Community Memorial Hospital in South Hill, Virginia. Peggie was part of the first […]

Nurses Week 2020: Lee Van Sise, DNP class of 2022

During Nurses Week 2020, VCU School of Nursing has been sharing each day why students love being a part of the most trusted profession on earth. In our final post celebrating this observance, we’re featuring DNP student Lee Van Sise, M.B.A., B.S.N., RN, NEA-BC, interim chief nursing officer at Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center. Q.  What […]

Moments of Pride: T’eria Mathews (B.S.’12/N, M.S.’15/N)

We’re so proud of our VCU School of Nursing alumni who are working all over the world in various capacities to keep our communities and families safe and healthy. Meet T’eria Mathews (B.S.‘12/N, M.S.‘15/N), a family nurse practitioner at the Riverside Medical Group in the internal medicine and primary care unit in Newport News, Virginia.  Q. […]

Nurses Week 2020: Mary Louise Enright, M.S. class of 2021

In celebration of Nurses Week 2020, VCU School of Nursing is sharing each day why students love being a part of the most trusted profession on earth. Mary Louise Enright (B.S.’16/N) is a registered nurse in the inpatient acute pediatrics unit at the VCU Children’s Hospital and a current student in our master’s program, family […]

Moments of Pride: Jo Robins (M.S.’91/N, Ph.D.’99/N)

We couldn’t be more proud of our VCU School of Nursing alumni who are working all over the world in various capacities to keep our communities and families safe and healthy. Meet Jo Robins (M.S.‘91/N, Ph.D.‘99/N), RN, ANP-BC, AHN-C, FAANP, associate professor and interim Ph.D. program director at the VCU School of Nursing. Jo also maintains […]

Nurses Week 2020: Ph.D. student Stephanie Buxhoeveden

In celebration of Nurses Week 2020, VCU School of Nursing is sharing each day why students chose to pursue a career or advance their knowledge in the most trusted profession on earth. Meet Ph.D. student Stephanie Buxhoeveden, M.S.N., MSCN, FNP-BC, a nurse practitioner who specializes in treating multiple sclerosis patients. Q. What do you love […]

Moments of Pride: Paige Lawson (B.S.’19/N)

During Nurses Week 2020 and as part of our Moments of Pride series, VCU School of Nursing is highlighting what alumni enjoy about nursing and how their education has prepared them for their career, especially in situations like the current pandemic. Meet Paige Lawson (B.S.‘19/N), who works in the Medical Respiratory Intensive Care Unit at […]

Nurses Week 2020: Savannah Andrews, accelerated B.S. class of 2020 (December)

In celebration of Nurses Week 2020, VCU School of Nursing is sharing each day why students chose to become part of the most trusted profession on earth. “I have a big heart for people who need healing and hope and I find so much joy in serving others. “ Savannah Andrews, a native of Midlothian, Virginia, […]

Moments of Pride: Stephan Riddle (B.S.‘10/N)

In celebration of Nurses Week 2020 and as part of our Moments of Pride series, VCU School of Nursing is highlighting what alumni enjoy about nursing and how their education has prepared them for their career, especially in situations like the current pandemic. Meet Stephan Riddle, a traditional B.S. program graduate, who works as the director […]

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