Halls of nursing schools across the country rumble with news of faculty shortages caused by retirements, budget cuts, and job competition from clinical sites and other schools. All the while, hospitals clamor for more nursing graduates.
Johns Hopkins University ranks No. 4 on the Peace Corps’ 2013 list of top Master’s International and Coverdell Fellows programs, with 42 returned Peace Corps volunteers enrolled in the program at the School of Nursing.
Workshops, charity events, appointments, awards, and presentations: The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing students and faculty do it all.