The ninth in a series of Facebook Live sessions, I invite students, faculty, staff and others to join and participate. I will be discussing careers in nursing, the current pandemic and how Kent State is preparing students to enter the workforce.
For those unable to log in during the live sessions, a recording of each interview will be available for viewing on the university’s Facebook page.
Research into Interruptions Prepares Associate Dean to be Investigator on $2.47 Million Grant
Discovering the science behind decision-making sparked a curiosity and passion for research in Mary K. Anthony, Ph.D., RN, Kent State University College of Nursing professor and associate dean for research.
Kent State Nursing Donates Ventilators to Local Hospitals
Prior to Ohio Governor Mike Dewine’s announcement of a mandate to inventory all ventilators throughout the state, Kent State University College of Nursing faculty decided to donate its ventilators from The Olga A. Mural Simulation Lab.
College Provides $20,000 in Support to Nursing Students During Pandemic
Nurses are empathetic, funny, no-nonsense, driven, amazingly compassionate and caring. It really does take a special kind of person to be a nurse, and as nurses do when times get tough, they rally together to take action. This is exactly what the Kent State College of Nursing community has done in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kent State Geauga Campus BSN Program Alumna to Serve in New York City Hospital to Combat COVID-19
Kent State University Geauga Campus Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program 2018 graduate Bailey Hill has been selected by The Cleveland Clinic as a nurse who will spend the next four weeks at New York Presbyterian Hospital—an area in the COVID-19 hot zone with a shortage of nurses.
Simulation at the College of Nursing
All undergraduate and an increasing number of graduate nursing courses at the college include simulation activities, which mimic clinical experiences that nursing students can expect to encounter as future professional nurses.
Alumna from First Kent State Nursing Class Reflects on 43-year Career
A resident of Franklin, PA, Roxia first came to Ohio as a newly accepted student at St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing in Cleveland where she planned to earn her diploma in nursing. However, a required visit for a pre-college conference to Kent State University, where her basic science courses would be completed, drastically changed her academic journey.
Kent State University has created the Pay it Flash Forward Student Emergency Fund in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to help students who are dealing with unexpected costs, including, but not limited to, travel, food, housing, technology needs for remote learning and in some cases, lost wages.
Your gift immediately helps KSU students from any campus, in any degree field, overcome these difficult setbacks and unforeseen financial challenges to ensure they stay on the path to earning their degrees.
Flashes Forever Hub
Kent State University has created the Looking for something fun to do at home? Check out the new Flashes Forever Hub to browse Chestnut Burr issues, read some great books written by KSU alumni, download printable at-home activities, participate in virtual activities and more! The site is updated frequently, so be sure to check back often.
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