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”
“I have loved every day I have been a nurse,” says Sister Mary Meyers, C.S.J., MSN, BA, MS, RN, AGNP-C, Remediation Coordinator for the School of Nursing. Sister Mary’s career originally began as a teacher. She then decided to become a nurse, working mostly ICU and hospice. “Now my life has come full circle, asContinue reading “Q & A: Remediation Coordinator Sister Mary Meyers, C.S.J., MSN, BA, MS, RN”
Nursing school can be challenging and demanding, so what can you do to ensure you learn the information and skills needed to earn good grades and become a licensed nurse? Two undergraduate students share what’s helped them be successful. Meet the Students Julia Ciotti, Senior, BSN student As a Pittsburgher, Duquesne feels like my secondContinue reading “Nursing Students Share Tips for Success”
BSN students reflect on the Fall 2020 semester experience, including the impact of COVID-19 precautions.
Within 12 months, Sarah Wright earned her BSN and went to work as a nurse in her community.
Q&A with Amber Kolesar, MSN, RN, CNE, CCRN-K, Director of Second Degree BSN Program, learn more about the Second Degree program, study abroad opportunities, and what you can expect in her classes.