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We are creating nurse leaders to transform lives and health around the world.

Penn State’s Ross and Carol Nese College of Nursing is one of the largest educators of pre-licensure students in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, with over 2200 undergraduate and graduate students on 13 campuses. Our College is positioned to lead the next generation of nurses and nurse scientists while enhancing the health of all people through quality care and education. To learn more about the Ross and Carol Nese College of Nursing, check out our printer-friendly fact sheet.

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Nese College of Nursing 'We Lead' speaker series event to be held Feb. 8 (1/31/2023)

The Ross and Carol Nese College of Nursing will be hosting their second annual WE LEAD Inspirational Leader Speaker Series virtual webinar event on Feb. 8 at 7 pm. Registration is required.

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Education project aims to improve overdose-death reporting (1/26/2023)

Accurate reporting on causes of death has direct impacts on mortality data, policy making, and setting priorities in public health. A Penn State-led project aims to educate coroners, medical examiners, and others in the death certifier community in Pennsylvania about the reporting of accidental overdoses due to substance use to help local governments better respond to public health issues.

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Center of Geriatric Nursing Excellence announces spring 2023 seminar schedule (1/20/2023)

The Tressa Nese and Helen Diskevich Center of Geriatric Nursing Excellence will host seven seminars during its annual spring series to forward the center’s vision that every older adult deserves the highest quality of evidenced-based care and well-being that respects individual goals and preferences.

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Nese College of Nursing named a National League for Nursing Center of Excellence