Tag Archives: School of Nursing and Health Studies

Sharing Her Strength

Student Spotlight   Sharing Her Strength Meet public health powerhouse Kristi Brownlee Kristi Brownlee lights up when she talks about her younger sisters, ages 16, 12, and 3. “They are the apples of my eye, the loves of my life,” she says. “It’s always been in my heart to try to be a role model […]

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Safety in Numbers: Nurse’s Studies Save Lives

Faculty Files Safety in Numbers: Nurse’s Studies Save Lives As a teen on mission trips in the Dominican Republic, Rosa Gonzalez-Guarda, Ph.D. ’08, was horrified to see that preventable deaths were plaguing the country’s most disadvantaged. Helping nuns and rural nurses in providing social and health services to underserved communities inspired her to study nursing […]

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Matching Gift Challenge to Help Fund Nursing Facility

Planned simulation hospital could lead to safer practices A prominent challenge gift from a South Florida philanthropist will help the School of Nursing and Health Studies build one of the nation’s first education-based facilities dedicated to simulation training. The R. Kirk Landon Challenge will match all donations of $50,000 or more, up to a total […]

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