|Top honors, school spirit, powerful research: It’s a win-WIN conference for CU Nursing|
2019 WIN conference with Dean Elias Provencio-Vasquez and student researchers.
|‘Masking the truth’ builds better nurses, says creative-learning expert|
Dr. JoAnn Crownover presents in at Grand Rounds.
|2019 Staff & Faculty Awards for CU College of Nursing|
2019 Staff & Faculty Awards
|With a beacon of light, CU Nursing ushers in next generation of caregivers|
Spring 2019 CU Nursing Nightingale Ceremony
|Born to Lead|
Terra Share, Family Nurse Practictioner student, juggles school. student leadership, and family life.
|Graduation Reflections with Rebecca Harmon|
From Guatemala to dark world of sex-trafficking, experiences
ignite grad’s community nursing goal
|Get to know Martha Grubaugh, PhD|
According to Grubaugh, obtaining her PhD was a lesson in endurance.
|Get to know Marvin Mendez|
Get to know Marvin Mendez: Honors student, rollerblader, snowboarder, and soon-to-be nurse.
|Inspired to Better the System|
Graduate Sarah Williams reflects on her inspiration to better the medical world.
|Wanderlust: "Not all who wander are lost"|
Wanderlust: "Not all who wander are lost"
|Reaching New Heights with Chantal Dengah|
Graduation reflections with Chantal Dengah - Adventurous lifestyle translates to life
|Personal Experience Motivates Mathis to Become a Nurse|
discovered nursing when her daughter Lily contracted viral meningitis, which
then developed into a serious brain injury. “I wanted to give back. The nurses
inspired me… I don’t think I would have ended up here if Lily and I didn’t have
|Salute the Nurse in Your Life During Nurses Week|
CU Nursing and its student nurses are encouraging the community to celebrate the profession of nursing duing the month of May. Check out the College's "I am a CU Nurse" campaign and all the fun activities they have planned to celebrate!
|Karen Zink: Owner Southwest Women Health Associates|
Business owner and entrepreneur, Karen Zink follows in her mother's footsteps.
|Sensor-based technologies and the perception of active older women|
A study conducted by Assistant Professor Blaine Reeder, PhD, and co-authored by Catherine Jankowski, PhD, on older women's perceptions of technology found that more active older adult women prefer wearable sensors for themselves and smart home sensors for their older parents.