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Milestones in Excellence: Celebrating Faculty achievement at UNC Charlotte School of Nursing

We are excited to announce and extend congratulations to three members of our school of nursing faculty! Dr. Judith Cornelius was promoted to Professor this year – congratulations!  Dr. Charlene Whitaker-Brown was promoted to Clinical Professor this year – congratulations! Dr. Kathleen Jordan was promoted to Clinical Professor this year – congratulations!  Please join us […]

UNC Charlotte School of Nursing Faculty PARTICIPATES in Local Food Drive Effort

UNC Charlotte’s School of Nursing recently demonstrated its commitment to community welfare by promoting a local food drive. Dr. Carolyn Horne and Laura Magennis generously donated their time to deliver an assortment of food items to the Jamil Niner Food Pantry. The donation was made possible through a successful food drive organized by the nursing […]

Dr. Laura Magennis Appointed to MedAssist Executive Committee!

Dr. Laura Magennis has been appointed to the Executive Committee of MedAssist, an organization dedicated to ensuring that no eligible person in North Carolina has to choose between purchasing food or their needed medication. Dr. Magennis’s appointment shows her commitment to public health and the betterment of her community. Congratulations to Dr. Magennis!

Congratulations to Dr. Lufei Young

Congratulations to Dr. Lufei Young upon her appointment into the Phi Beta Delta Honor Society!  The honor society, sponsored by the Office of International Programs at UNC Charlotte, is for faculty members, staff, and students involved in international endeavors.  

Food drive Hosted by the Gamma Iota CHAPTER of Sigma

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Food insecurity for college students can cause poor academic performance, not completing programs, along with distress, illness and overall anxiety. Please go to the following website to learn more about hunger among college students.  Gamma Iota Chapter of Sigma will be sponsoring a food drive for the Jamil Niner Student Food Pantry. We will wrap […]

Caring for our Niner Community

Our UNC Charlotte nursing students are amazing! Recently, our students were able to provide care to the husband one of our fellow Niners. He was a patient on the cardiac floor at Atrium Health Cabarrus. It was a nerve wracking week for his family, but they were comforted by the care he received from the […]

Strategizing for Academic Success: Resources to Utilize AT THE UNC CHARLOTTE SCHOOL OF NURSING

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College can be a challenging time, but with the right strategies and resources, you can set yourself up for success. Strategic resource utilization is crucial for college success because it allows you to maximize your potential and make the most of your time here at the UNC Charlotte School of Nursing. By using the various […]

Welcome the new director of the school of Nursing, dr. Susan MClennon

Dr. Susan McLennon Ph.D, ANP, CHPN, is the newly appointed Director of the UNC Charlotte School of Nursing and Professor. Over her academic career, she has had the privilege to support faculty and student success, previously serving as the Interim Dean & Executive Associate Dean of the School of Nursing at Texas A&M University in Bryan, Texas. […]

Alumna Dr. Yvette Miller: An Evolution of Excellence at the American Red Cross

by: The American Red Cross A powerhouse in transfusion medicine, Dr. Yvette Miller is helping to shape clinical practices, broaden awareness and understanding into the plights of those living with sickle cell disease and how blood donors who are Black can help. With a long-distinguished career at the American Red Cross, she serves as the […]

The Charlotte Ledger: Lifelike simulators at UNC Charlotte’s School of Nursing give students hands-on practice

Story by Michael J. Solender (The Charlotte Ledger) Early in nursing educator Melinda Pierce’s teaching career, her students practiced administering injections into the flesh of an orange instead of a patient. Today, Pierce’s teaching tools don’t involve citrus. Leading the way are high fidelity patient simulators, life-sized robotic patients that present her students with symptoms. […]