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It's hard to believe that 2016 is already well under way, but with so many auspicious initiatives in progress here at the college, we're moving into the New Year with eagerness and excitement.
Our positive momentum began in December, when we graduated more than 300 students across all programs. This may come as a surprise to some outside our college, but we graduate nearly the same number of Pirate Nurses in the fall as we do each spring. The reason? As part of our push to continue preparing nurse leaders for North Carolina, we enroll new students each semester...
As the college approaches 60 graduates from its 12-year-old PhD program, administrators have added three new academic options to facilitate nurses' transition to the role of scientific thought leader.
A roundup of the latest awards, accomplishments and accolades earned by our faculty, staff, students and alumni.
View the list.
Professor of Nursing Dr. Kathleen Sitzman was inducted into the National League for Nursing's Academy of Nursing Education at the organization's annual summit.
Sitzman named NLN Fellow
In addition to its new
DNP to PhD option, the college has added a doctor of nursing practice post-master's option for those who have previously earned a master of science in nursing with a focus on nursing leadership or nursing administration.
college has added a doctor of nursing practice