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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. […]

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 […]

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. […]

Brandon Carmen grew up in New Jersey until he was 16. He was active in high school and volunteered in health clinics and school organizations. He was very interested in science and math and always found serving others to be richly rewarding because of his own personal experiences in healthcare. A member of the Class […]