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It's still technically winter, but we're seeing the growth of early spring already at the College of Nursing and we're excited to share a little about our own growth with you.
The college continues to promote research as a top priority. Most recently, we've joined with our neighbor, the College of Allied Health Sciences, to form a Research Hub for efficient and effective management of grants...
A project at East Carolina's College of Nursing is helping health departments and other health care providers ensure the availability of screening and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases.
A roundup of the latest awards, accomplishments and accolades earned by our faculty, staff, students and alumni.
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It's no secret that the East Carolina University College of Nursing prepares nurses to serve North Carolina. The college educates the most new nurses of any institution in the state, and its graduate programs train students for a variety of advanced roles - graduates care for patients across the lifespan, from the tiniest babies as neonatal nurse practitioners to the elderly as adult-gerontology clinical nurse specialists. What's not as widely recognized is that several international initiatives extend the college's impact around the world.
The Medical & Health Sciences Foundation recently hired G. Elizabeth Maxwell as a major gifts officer. Elizabeth will be working closely with the College of Nursing and Dean Sylvia Brown to advance the college's endowment.
Learn more about how you can help.