The school will graduate roughly 350 senior nursing students on May 1, joining a trend of academic institutions supporting the fight against COVID-19. “In this unprecedented moment, we encourage our graduates to move forward in their careers in ways that are most appropriate for them,” said Interim Dean Linda Flynn, PhD, RN, FAAN. “We are extraordinarily proud, and confident that our graduates are talented, highly skilled, and well prepared to enter the workforce as competent and compassionate nurses.” To read the full article.
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