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11/01/1998 - Hopkins Nursing Student Named Fuld Fellow
Kimberly Connolly, a junior at The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, is one of 20 nursing students nationwide to be named a Fuld Fellow.
10/01/1998 - Nursing Professor is First African American Female to Receive Tenure and Full Professorship at Hopkins
Dr. Gaston-Johansson the first African American female at the University to have both tenure and full professorship.
01/01/1998 - Hopkins Business of Nursing Program
As methods of health care delivery expand, nurses increasingly must be prepared to address the growing challenges in the areas of managed care and finance.
01/01/1998 - O'Rourke Named New Admissions Director for School of Nursing
Mary B. O'Rourke has been named director of admissions and student services for The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing.
01/01/1998 - New Family Nurse Practitioner Programs
The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing is now accepting applications for a master’s and postmaster’s Family Nurse Practitioner major that will begin in September 1998.
01/01/1998 - New Critical Care Focus for Undergraduate Curriculum
A new enhancement to our undergraduate curriculum is the Critical Care Focus designed for students who have made a firm career choice in acute/critical care nursing.
01/01/1998 - Tours of the New School of Nursing Building
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing is offers tours of the new building.
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