On February 2, 2018, SDSU nursing students in the N400 classes at both the SD and Imperial Valley campus all wore red for “National Wear Red Day,” the annual one-day event of the “Go Red For Women” initiative of the American Heart Association to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease. N400 students participate every year! […]
Last year, “The Great Give” was a huge success, with over $137,000 raised in this monumental 24 hour period of giving. Consider contributing this year when “The Great Give” returns on October 24, 2017! You may support the School of Nursing directly by using the donation link below: Give to the School of Nursing on October […]
Nursing students Samantha Iribe, Cassidy Herbst, and Lauren Wren presented their poster at the Student Research Symposium (SRS), winning the Provost’s Award! The poster was based on work by Helina Hoyt, IVC RN-BSN Program Coordinator, and Assistant Professor Beverly Carlson, conducted through the Pioneers Memorial Hospital Research Council. Congratulations to all!
N400 students at both the SD campus & the IV Campus participated in National Wear Red Day 2017 to promote heart health awareness.
Three of our graduate program alumni have achieved new “firsts” in the Imperial County Healthcare region. Araceli Ramos-Nelson & Mercy Valenzuela, both graduates of our Certified Nurse Midwifery program, became the first practicing midwives in the region and were recently honored for their work by Assemblyman Eduardo Garcia (D-56th District). They were 2 of 8 […]