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Congratulations to the Class of 2018!

“Celebrate, enjoy your accomplishments, and prepare for entry into your professional career, or the next phase of it. You have chosen a pathway that is at times frustrating, heartbreaking, challenging, and oh-so-rewarding. A career in which your highest rewards come...

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Farewell Message – Interim Dean Janice Penrod

Dear Friends,  What a busy month this has been! Our undergraduate commencement was a lovely event. Judy Himes, chief nursing officer at Penn State Health, Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, delivered a message on what it means to be “all in” through a...

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College of Nursing Scholarship and Awards Luncheon

Recognition from our peers is one of the greatest rewards. Recognition from faculty is validation of a student’s hard work and initiative. This year’s luncheon was a festive affair with both alumni and student recognition for work well done.   The Shirley Novosel...

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2018 Spring Alumni and Friends Weekend

We were so pleased to see many new and returning faces to campus in April! From the panel presentation on the opioid epidemic to the tour of Big Spring Spirits, our alumni and guests participated in a variety of activities.  Please enjoy this collage of...

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We Are Weekend in Happy Valley!

This three-day celebration is open and inclusive to all Penn Staters, giving everyone an opportunity to attend events with family, friends, and classmates. The Alumni Association will recognize the 50th Class (1968) and welcome them into the ranks of Penn...

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Nursing, Smeal students team up to address business challenges for SAFE-T Center

“This partnership provides communities with expertise and support that can ultimately improve care for victims of assault,” said Sheridan Miyamoto, assistant professor of nursing and principal investigator with the SAFE-T Center. “It is imperative that we be able to sustain valued services in our partner communities. We needed a proactive plan to prepare to scale in order to sustain this work.”

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