Johns Hopkins School of Nursing is lending support to the Bring Back Our Girls Movement, a social media campaign to sway public opinion against the radical kidnappers of nearly 300 Nigerian schoolgirls, focus international attention on the act of terrorism, and perhaps save the missing girls and others like them....Click here to read more.
The Peace Corps has announced its top 2014 Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Programs for returned volunteers, and the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON) ranks No. 4 among all programs nationwide and No. 1 among nursing schools. Currently, there are 46 returned Peace Corps volunteers enrolled in the JHSON program, established in 1991.
“Peace Corps Fellows are dynamic, experienced, and service-focused,” says Lori Edwards, DrPH, RN, APRN, BC, who directs the RPCV program at JHSON. “They have become leaders in the School of Nursing and around the campus. They are involved with JHU and Baltimore community service and they also support one another in countless ways.”
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