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Congratulations to Dr. Scott Copley on completing his Ed.D. from Duquesne University School of Education.
Congratulations to Meghan Currie who was nominated for the university-wide Quality Service Staff Award; the recipients will be celebrated at Monday’s Faculty and Staff Appreciation.
Dean Mary Ellen Glasgow was highlighted in the May 10 edition of the AACN’s News Watch for her collaborative article with Drexel University’s Dr. Joan R. Bloch.
Dr. Cara Morrill-Stoklosa and her collaborator, Dr. Urmi Ashar, Director of Public Health were awarded a Rangos Prize for their project, Continuum of Care Across the Lifespan.
Congratulations to Dr. Kathy Sekula and Dr. Alison Colbert on obtaining the Loogman Faculty Grant in the Center for African Studies for their project, The Healthcare Response to Violence Against Women in Kenya: Barriers and Facilitators to Forensic Nursing Care, in the amount of $6,500.
Dr. Elizabeth Skrovanek was awarded a $5,000 Presidential Faculty Summer Writing Award to work on her manuscript entitled “An Integrative Review of the Effect of Mentoring Programs on Stress and Anxiety Among Undergraduate Nursing Students.”
Dr. Pamela Spigelmyer was accepted into the Global Academy of Holistic Nursing (GAHN) and is now the third current faculty member to be named a GAHN scholar
Congratulations to alumni Rosann Trimmer (MSN ’99) WON “Women of the Year” in Ohio.
Dr. Ian Tully has been awarded a $5,000 Presidential Faculty Summer Writing Award grant to work on his manuscript entitled “Social Media, ‘Curation’, and the Good Enough Life.”
Dr. Yvonne Weideman is in South Africa with Pure Thirst. Pure Thirst is a collaborative Mission Animation project with and the Center for Environmental Research and Education.