Donors Travel the World to Celebrate the School’s #1 Status

Donors Travel the World to Celebrate the School’s #1 Status



Africa, Asia, Australia, Caribbean, Middle East, and Baltimore. All are stops on the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing’s journey to excellence.

To recognize the people, places, and possibilities that make the School of Nursing #1 in graduate programs and #1 in community public health nursing programs, Dean Martha Hill and The Isabel Hampton

Robb Society hosted “A Journey to Excellence” celebration on September 22 at the American Visionary Arts Museum in Baltimore.

Guests toured vibrant displays showcasing the work students and faculty perform in Baltimore and around the world. From assisting at-risk residents, expectant mothers, and aging residents in Baltimore

to finding solutions to community health needs in Africa and training healthcare workers along the

Korea-China border, these local and global experiences enable students and faculty to share and grow their nursing knowledge as they work, learn, and collaborate. At the conclusion of the night’s journey, Dean Hill shared plans for the School’s next adventure: a new School of Nursing building addition.


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