Think Globally

Duquesne Students Take to Costa Rica for a Week of On-The-Ground Lessons The swift and sudden emergence of COVID-19 has changed a lot about these past 15 months, from graduation celebrations to nearly all of fall orientation. But on the edge of the lockdown that would ground planes and grind plans to a halt, oneContinue reading “Think Globally”

Graduation Spotlight: Julia Cain, BSN (Traditional 4-Year Program)

What is your favorite DU Nursing memory? Fundamental’s competencies. We were all so nervous and excited at the same time. Passing the competencies was my first big accomplishment in nursing school. What was your favorite late-night study snack? Popcorn and Starbucks. Why did you choose to attend Duquesne University? I felt at home. When IContinue reading “Graduation Spotlight: Julia Cain, BSN (Traditional 4-Year Program)”

Graduation Spotlight: Riley Seibert, BSN (Traditional 4-Year Program)

What was your favorite late-night study snack? Popcorn. What are you going to miss? The friends that I’ve made throughout my four years in this program. What was your biggest achievement as a DU Nursing student? Receiving an internship in the NICU at UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital.

Graduation Spotlight: Julianna Morgan, BSN (Traditional 4-Year Program)

What is your favorite DU Nursing memory? Waiting for HESI results with my friends and the feeling of relief after finding out we all passed! What was your favorite late-night study snack? Popcorn. Why did you choose to attend Duquesne University? I was involved in a clinical trial at the Children’s Hospital and a nurseContinue reading “Graduation Spotlight: Julianna Morgan, BSN (Traditional 4-Year Program)”

Graduation Spotlight: Hannah Knauff, BSN (Traditional 4-Year Program)

What is your favorite DU Nursing memory? Celebrating with my friends after the HESIs. What did you enjoy most about your time at Duquesne and/or as a Nursing student? Recognizing that I could persevere through nursing school and make it as a women’s health nurse like I always dreamed of! What are your plans orContinue reading “Graduation Spotlight: Hannah Knauff, BSN (Traditional 4-Year Program)”

Graduation Spotlight: Marie Rulapaugh, BSN (Traditional 4-Year Program)

What is your favorite DU Nursing memory? My favorite DU Nursing memory would be meeting my best friends through this program. What was your favorite late-night study snack? Chocolate! Why did you choose to attend Duquesne University? I chose to attend Duquesne University because of its location and highly ranked Nursing program. What did youContinue reading “Graduation Spotlight: Marie Rulapaugh, BSN (Traditional 4-Year Program)”

Graduation Spotlight: Julia Ciotti, BSN (Traditional 4-Year Program)

What is your favorite DU Nursing memory? I don’t have a singular favorite memory, but I will forever treasurer the lifelong friendships I have made. Those incredible people (you know who you are) have changed my life and will always hold a special place in my heart. What was your favorite late-night study snack? MyContinue reading “Graduation Spotlight: Julia Ciotti, BSN (Traditional 4-Year Program)”

Graduation Spotlight: Abby Zornow, BSN (Traditional 4-Year Program)

What is your favorite DU Nursing memory? I was able to watch a live birth and C-Section during my OB rotation. It solidified my passion for OB and fostered my love for women’s health. What was your favorite late-night study snack? Any kind of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream!! Why did you choose to attendContinue reading “Graduation Spotlight: Abby Zornow, BSN (Traditional 4-Year Program)”

Graduation Spotlight: Maddie Worden, BSN (Traditional 4-Year Program)

What was your favorite late-night study snack? Gummy bears. What did you enjoy most about your time at Duquesne and/or as a Nursing student?  Being in Pittsburgh. What was your biggest achievement as a DU Nursing student?  Getting my BSN! What are your plans or goals for the future? How will your degree from DuquesneContinue reading “Graduation Spotlight: Maddie Worden, BSN (Traditional 4-Year Program)”

Q&A: Clinical Assistant Professor Cara Morrill-Stoklosa DNP, RN

Prior to becoming a full-time clinical assistant professor at the Duquesne University School of Nursing, Cara Morrill-Stoklosa DNP, RN, was a clinical instructor. She’s also an active floor nurse, which allows her to keep up with the dynamic world of nursing and prepare her students in real time for what they may experience while onContinue reading “Q&A: Clinical Assistant Professor Cara Morrill-Stoklosa DNP, RN”