Four outstanding Pacesetter BSN students (at left) are the fourth group to experience the philanthropically supported Ambassador Program at Cizik School of Nursing. The program offers a range of leadership development opportunities requiring about 12 extracurricular hours per semester.
Dr. Carol A. Romano (at left), nursing informatics pioneer and retired rear admiral of the United States Public Health Service, will be the keynote speaker at Cizik School of Nursing’s 2018 Commencement Ceremony, May 11, 2 PM, downtown at the George R. Brown Convention Center.
John P. McGovern Distinguished Professor Dr. Jing Wang helped to organize the inaugural “UTHealth Mobile and Connected Health Hackathon” at the TMC Innovation Institute. “The event allowed students from various disciplines an opportunity to interact with one another to find innovative ideas for a health concern and to understand the grievances and needs of each other,” she says.
Cizik School of Nursing’s Dr. Allison P. Edwards (at left) is coordinating a varied slate of clinical and enrichment activities for the first four recipients of the Joan and Stanford Alexander Fellowship in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, which has been made possible by a generous philanthropic gift.