|50 years later: Alumni reflect on valuable education, good times during History Center tour|
Alumni visit the CU Nursing History Center on a trip to Denver and Aurora.
|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
|Karen Zink: Owner Southwest Women Health Associates|
Business owner and entrepreneur, Karen Zink follows in her mother's footsteps.
|Remembering Zipporah Parks Hammond: CU Nursing’s First African-American Graduate|
Zipporah Parks Hammond (1924-2011), BS ’46, was the University of Colorado College of Nursing’s first African-American graduate, overcoming the oppressive restrictions that kept black women of her era from pursuing higher education.
|Paying her Success Forward|
CU College of Nursing alumna paves way for future nursing leaders through scholarships.
|Memories of a CU Centenarian|
101-year-old CU College of Nursing Alum Agnes Hansen reminisces about her time at CU, what got her into nursing and what nursing was like in the 1930s and ‘40s.
|Alumna honored as NACNS's CNS of the Year|
Dr. Amanda Nenaber, DNP, APRN, CCNS, ACNS-BC, was named the 2017 CNS of the Year by the National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists (NACNS). Nenaber, who earned both her MS and DNP degrees from the CU College of Nursing, is the Transitions of Care Program Director at University of Colorado Hospital (UCH).
|Clare Sandekian, MS ’69, RN, CNS, CAC III|
When Clare Sandekian, MS ’69, RN, CNS, CAC III, came to Denver in the 1960s, she had a background as a psychiatric nursing instructor and was a member of the US Army Nurse Corps Reserve.
|10/31/2014||2014, archived-news, alumni-profiles|