News and Events

Congratulations to Our Honored Faculty and Staff.

We Are Pleased to Announce Our Faculty and Staff Honored For Their Service to the University.

Erin Aradi MA Student Services Administrator, serving for 15 years
Lisa Wagenhurs MA Administrative Coordinator, serving for 15 years
Dr. Chris Carlucci RN, serving for 10 years
Debbie Daunt MSN, RN, serving for 10 years
Barbara Walsh MSN, RN, serving for 10 years

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Nursing student aspires to follow alumna's path

World traveling clinical nurse Ashley Ramirez ’06 met sophomore Megan Krage ’17 when Megan was 15 years and attending Camp Taylor, a summer camp supporting young people with congenital heart disease (CHD).”

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Alternative Spring Break Service Trips Inspire Students

Like hundreds of Dominican students, Rebecca Morgenstern was super excited about spring break, yet she did not seek sunshine, a sandy beach, and hours of leisure time. She chose to take an alternative spring break.

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Alissa and Briana Gumbs

Graduated seniors Alissa and Briana Gumbs are identical twins from San Diego who came to Dominican and immediately identified with its four ideals: Study, Reflection, Community and Service.

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Congratulations Dr. Patricia Harris PhD, RN

Dr. Patricia Harris recently published article Hospital Logs Staggering 2.5 Million Alarms in Just a Month.

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Congratulations Dr. Margaret Fink EdD, RN

Dr. Margaret Fink recently published Evaluating the Use of Standardized Patients in Teaching Spiritual Care at the End of Life.

 

INFECTIOUS DISEASE RESOURCES

Given the timeliness of the current Ebola crisis, we've created an Infectious Disease Resource on Moodle for students and faculty to share reliable related information.

For accurate daily updates on the Ebola crisis, visit the Center for Disease Control.
For current information and resources for nurse faculty and students, visit the Ebola resource section of AACN.