Donors Celebrate Hopkins Nursing

Donors Celebrate Hopkins Nursing

Thanks to the enrollment of the largest-ever traditional baccalaureate class, the school has 775 students this fall. “Because of our strong tradition of training the nurse leaders and nurse educators of tomorrow, the number 775 is a great thing for people in need of nursing care everywhere,” said Provost Lloyd Minor to over 100 guests at this year’s Isabel Hampton Robb Leadership Dinner.

The dinner, held at the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park Museum on September 23, 2010, was a chance for special donors to gather and celebrate the year’s successes at the School of Nursing.

Provost Minor reminded the audience that the “School of Nursing has deep roots at Johns Hopkins, and helped shape the University as we know it.” It is through the generous support of our alumni and community members that we are able to carry on “the great tradition of Johns Hopkins Nursing, inspiring the young men and women who are our students today.”

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