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Doctoral students named Jonas Scholars

Doctoral students named Jonas Scholars

Three students have been selected for the 2016-18 Jonas Nurse Leaders Scholar Program of the Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare.

Cockroft Leadership Program fulfills founder's vision

Cockroft Leadership Program fulfills founder's vision

Amy V. Cockcroft was a leader in nursing, always pushing for better-educated and better-prepared nurses and then for nurses who were ready to take on leadership positions.

Read the June Issue of the Gamecock CONnection

Read the June Issue of the Gamecock CONnection

The latest edition of the college's monthly publication.

Alumni Awards Open

Alumni Awards Open

Each fall, the College of Nursing recognizes excellence in our nursing graduates by awarding Outstanding Nurse Alumnus awards at our alumni celebration.

Nursing Students Go Global

Nursing Students Go Global

Several students in the College of Nursing spent time during the past semester working and studying across the globe.

Alumna Feature: Stacy Collier

Alumna Feature: Stacy Collier

Stacy Collier, BSN '97, MSN '00, is Chief Nursing Officer for KershawHealth Medical Center. She is a proud Carolina nursing alumna and member of the college's Partnership Board.

Reaching across the continents

Reaching across the continents

The College of Nursing is helping to build S.C.'s nursing workforce, but the college's reach is also global, improving health care around the world.

Read the May Issue of the Gamecock CONnection

Read the May Issue of the Gamecock CONnection

The latest edition of the college's monthly publication.

Dr. Tisha Felder featured on WIS Awareness

Dr. Tisha Felder featured on WIS Awareness

Dr. Felder discusses her work on breastfeeding and breast cancer prevention.

Carolina Nurses Go the Distance

Carolina Nurses Go the Distance

While Rochester, Minnesota, might not be the first place you think of when you think Carolina alumni, several of our young alumni now call it home.

Moving beyond cancer

Moving beyond cancer

There's nothing easy about surviving cancer, but hundreds of thousands of people in the U.S. do it every year now.

Alumna Lindsey Howard opens practice in Florence

Alumna Lindsey Howard opens practice in Florence

Lindsey Howard, '01 MSN, is one of the new owners of Crescent Healthcare in Florence, SC.

Read the April issue of the Gamecock CONnection

Read the April issue of the Gamecock CONnection

The latest edition of the college's monthly publication.

2016 Scholar Donor and Award Recognition Luncheon

2016 Scholar Donor and Award Recognition Luncheon

The College of Nursing recognized scholarship donors, recipients and philanthropy award winners at its bi-annual luncheon on Thursday, March 31.

Paying it foward

Paying it foward

Vicki Sims, BSN ('74) started her career in the OR at Baptist Hospital during a summer elective class at the College of Nursing.

Annual Leadership Summit held

Annual Leadership Summit held

Over 120 nurses attended the 2016 Annual Leadership Summit and Deans And Directors Education Workshop hosted by the One Voice, One Plan Future of Nursing Action Coalition.

UofSC graduate programs among nation's best

UofSC graduate programs among nation's best

The College of Nursing's master's program ranked 58 overall in the U.S. News & World Report's Best Graduate Schools.

Read the March Issue of the Gamecock CONnection

Read the March Issue of the Gamecock CONnection

The latest edition of the College's monthly publication.

The Edna M. Swartzbeck Scholarship in Nursing

The Edna M. Swartzbeck Scholarship in Nursing

Jan Urban honors her friend through nursing.

From swimming lessons to life lessons

From swimming lessons to life lessons

The lessons Jean Livingston has learned as a competitive swimmer translate easily to her nursing education and goal of becoming a psychiatric nurse practitioner.

The CON's American Assembly for Men in Nursing chapter revived

The CON's American Assembly for Men in Nursing chapter revived

The AAMN is focused on leadership, involvement in the community and selflessness.

Nursing alumnus, James Gregory, MSN, discusses benefits of online degrees

Nursing alumnus, James Gregory, MSN, discusses benefits of online degrees

US News and World Report's article What Employers Think About Your Online Nursing Degree

Dr. Ronit Elk featured for her work with African-Americans and palliative care

Dr. Ronit Elk featured for her work with African-Americans and palliative care

Life Matters Media discusses the Impact Of Religion On End Of Life Care

Read the February issue of the Gamecock CONnection

Read the February issue of the Gamecock CONnection

The latest edition of the College's monthly publication.

Rivers connects students, faculty for research and leadership opportunities

Rivers connects students, faculty for research and leadership opportunities

Students in the College of Nursing now have a new resource to take advantage of that will ensure they get the most out of the undergraduate experience.

 

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