Making the connection
Dr. Jennifer Hulett puts her research into practice.
Molly Melton, graduating senior, goes above and beyond.
The balancing act
Chi Eta Phi president, Shatoria Sandlain.
A global commitment to caring
Mission trips to Honduras are meaningful for Kathy Nicholson ('98 BSN).
Celebrate Nursing gala raises funds for student support
Over 150 guests attended the event on March 21 and raised nearly $25,000 for student support and scholarships.
Dr. Tisha Felder combines treatment, prevention in breast cancer research.
Taking the lead
Student Nursing Association of South Carolina president, Haleigh Clutters.
Innovative program will improve nursing simulation-training in South Carolina.
Deployed veteran seeks online degree.
Alumna, Versie Bellamy '85 BSN '90 MN '18 DNP, dedicates her career to expanding mental health care for patients in SC.
From the sidelines
Student athlete, Jackie Schaefer, sets new goals.
Committed to service
Dr. Cheedy Jaja is answering the call to improve health care in Sierra Leone.
Project to Practice
DNP graduate implements new surgical evaluation at William Jennings Bryan Dorn VA Medical Center.
Online offerings ranked among nation's best
UofSC Nursing's online graduate programs ranked in Top 10 for 5th consecutive year.
Cockcroft program leading the way
The leadership program trains the next generation of successful nurse executives.
New nursing shortage data released
The Office of Healthcare Workforce Research shares the 2016-2017 SC Nursing Education Programs report.
UofSC Nursing alumni inducted as American Academy of Nursing Fellows
Dr. Stephanie Burgess, Dr. Gwendolyn Childs and Jeannie Kelley Tomlinson were recognized during the AAN conference on November 3, 2018.
Nursing doctoral candidate studies eating habits of shift nurses.
A diagnosis of type I diabetes changed Shelby Leya's life at age 16 and confirmed her resolve to become a nurse.
Accelerating Change With Partnerships
College of Nursing, Palmetto Health tackle shared challenges together.
Dr. Victoria Davis sharpens her skills at the juvenile detention center and brings real-world lessons back to the classroom.
A noble scholarship for a noble profession
Since she was four years old, Patricia D'Alterio Boike wanted to be a nurse.
A Worthy example
For her dedication to her students, Dr. Karen Worthy is the 2018 Clinical Teaching Award winner.
Meet this year's outstanding alumni award winners
Kevin Lowe, '09 MSN, and Megan George, '12 BSN, honored for their contributions to the profession.