Cassidy Brown, a rising junior at Caledonia High School, has always wanted to be just like her grandfather — a lifelong emergency room nurse at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle, who, upon his retirement, moved to Africa to work as a nurse in clinics.
Mississippi University for Women has named a faculty member and alumna as chair of the Associate of Science in Nursing program.
In ceremonies this week in Jackson, the nursing program at Mississippi University for Women received two significant honors.
As Mississippi University for Women celebrates 40 years of nursing, students and faculty are ready to usher in the next generation of nurses.
The university celebrated its anniversary Thursday night with a guided tour of Martin Hall and a moonlight dinner.
Mississippi University for Women’s nursing program has much to celebrate this month, from its 40th anniversary to learning this week that it is now the largest nursing program in the state.
They came from across the nation, their hair perhaps a little grayer, their steps perhaps a little slower, but their faces as alight with enthusiasm as they were the first day they stepped on campus at Mississippi University for Women. It was a celebration, after all, and the charter class of MUW’s College of Nursing and Speech-Pathology came prepared for the occasion.
Mississippi University for Women’s nursing program has long been an asset in the college recruitment game, and now, they have another tool in their arsenal — a doctorate.
After years spent meeting every requirement of the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, East Mississippi Community College made the grade last week.
When Ty Walton, 33, started looking for a college last August to pursue her master’s degree as a nurse practitioner, she knew she needed a unique program.
Students in the Culinary Arts Institute at Mississippi University for Women said they were excited about a new partnership with Mississippi State, offering a degree in culinology.