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! […]
Congratulations, Samantha Iribe, Cassidy Herbst, and Lauren Wren, for winning the SRS Provost’s Award!
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 […]
Two groups of students in our School of Nursing Graduate program recently displayed poster presentations of their first semester research projects at the SDSU Student Research Symposium. Unka Kim, Nyree Van Maarseven, Ashley Stowers, Molly Lockwood, Andrea Chaldek, and Anna Woertler, students in the Women’s Health and Midwifery concentration, were chosen to receive the Provost Award […]
N400 students at both the SD campus & the IV Campus participating in National Wear Red Day 2016 to promote heart health awareness.
San Diego State University is the recipient of a $2.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to help create a collaborative center that aims to train the next generation of geriatric health workers. The funding, part of a $35.7 million Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program, is designed to support SDSU and […]
Please join us in celebrating the listing of SDSU School of Nursing as the #6 “Best Value” in the United States on ValueColleges.com!
Congratulations to Dr. Willa Fields! She has been featured as one of 15 Leading Professors of Nursing Informatics!
Congratulations Dr. Willa Fields! She has been featured as one of the “15 Leading Professors of Nursing Informatics” by Medical Technology Schools. The list is comprised of outstanding professors in the field and recognized their great contributions to academia.
Congratulations to Dr. Lee for her recent article: “Can education change attitudes toward aging? A quasi-experimental design with a comparison group” published in the Journal of Nursing Education and Practice.
The SDSU School of Nursing is proud to show support for the American Heart Association Go Red for Women campaign!
The SDSU School of Nursing is proud to show support for the American Heart Association Go Red for Women campaign! These photo show the senior level nursing students at our San Diego Campus and the ADN-to-BSN students at our Imperial Valley campus showing their support for women with heart disease on National Wear Red Day […]