Student Spotlight: Carrie Langley
"My hope for the future is to impact the nursing profession through scholarly research. Through this work, I would hope to drive culture change in our communities, with an emphasis on overall health and well-being. I hope to eventually transition to academia."
A Message from Joan Shaver, Dean UA College of Nursing
It is with utmost sincerity that I thank you for unwavering support for the UA Wildcat College of Nursing during my tenure as Dean. It is through your generous service, financial and moral support that we have prospered. With your continued support, the College will reach even greater heights!
PharmCamp Middle School Students Thrilled with UA College of Nursing Visit
In July, 23 campers enrolled in PharmCamp paid a special visit to the University of Arizona College of Nursing as part of an interdisciplinary activity with our Arizona Nursing Inclusive Excellence (ANIE) students.
UA College of Nursing Class of 2018: Marion Cook
"As a nursing student at the UA, you get these wonderful once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. Even as a professional nurse, you’ll have to specialize and you won’t be able to experience all these different kinds of things in your career."
$1.5M Grant to UA Nursing Professor to Reduce E-Cigarette Use Among Youth
UA College of Nursing professor, Judith S. Gordon, PhD, and colleagues in Oregon have been funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse to enhance an evidence-based tobacco-prevention program for fifth and sixth graders.
University of Arizona Dual Degree PhD/DNP Student Receives Jonas Scholar Award
Brittany Abeln, a fourth-year dual degree PhD/DNP Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) student, became the first UA College of Nursing student to be selected as a Jonas Scholar, joining a cohort comprised of 200 scholars from across the U.S.
Scholarship Enables UA College of Nursing Professor to Create Innovative Virtual Classroom
With her portion of a $3 million gift to the Center for University Education Scholarships (CUES), University of Arizona College of Nursing professor Cheryl Lacasse, PhD, plans to build an innovative online, virtual health care system to assist graduate-level nursing students to learn leadership skills.
Two Wildcat Nursing Leaders Inducted as Fellows of AANP
On June 28, University of Arizona College of Nursing wildcat nursing leaders Patricia Daly and Kristie Flamm were among 63 nurse practitioners nationwide to be inducted as Fellows of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) in Denver, Colorado.
A Gentler Way to Combat Arizona’s Opioid Crisis: UA Nursing Professor Touts Alternative Pain Management in Elders
Dr. Brown is striving to delineate the connection between elder pain management, the downsides of traditional pain medications and the positive alternative of integrative therapies and non-pharmacological supplements.
CVS Scholarship Allows Five Bilingual UA Nursing Students to Support Underserved Populations
The CVS Health Foundation awarded $5,000 in scholarship funds to support Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) students in the UA College of Nursing’s Doctor of Nursing Practice program.