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  1. The Kresge Foundation: New Directions in Population Health
    Join the College of Nursing and Health Sciences as Phyllis Meadows, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN speaks on The Kresge Foundation’s efforts in reducing health disparities by promoting conditions and environments.
  2. Amy Rex Smith Receives Award from the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Nurses Association
    Amy Rex-Smith, DNSc, RN, ACNS, BC of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, has recently been awarded the “Excellence in Nursing Education” Award from the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Nurses Association or ANA.
  3. Julie Sieben ‘01 Presents at the New Balance Falmouth Road Race Expo
    UMass Boston alumna and author will be a featured presenter at the New Balance Falmouth Road Race Health and Fitness Expo tonight at 6 p.m.
  4. UMass Boston, Harvard Pilgrim Partner to Enhance Support for Nursing Students
    Set Sail for Success commits $500k to assist students.
  5. College of Nursing and Health Sciences Celebrates 35 Years with E-Posters, Student Presentations
    The anniversary celebration, which includes e-posters, oral presentations and two keynote lectures, ends with an awards dinner tonight.
  6. UMass Boston Students Volunteer at Marathon Finish Line
    Students who volunteered at last year's marathon return to aid runners.
  7. Run for Krystle Led by College of Nursing and Health Sciences
    The College of Nursing and Health Sciences to lead B.A.A. 5K team.
  8. CNHS Alumna Gives Endowment to Create Scholarship Fund
    Leiko V. Lumiere is a 2012 graduate of the Accelerated Nursing Program in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences. In October 2013, she gave the college an endowment to create the Leiko V. Lumiere Nursing Scholarship Fund.
  9. Graduate Student Receives Pre-Doctoral Fellowship from the American Heart Association
    College of Nursing and Health Sciences graduate student Jacob Kariuki has earned a selective pre-doctoral fellowship. Kariuki wants to study ways to limit the incidence of metabolic diseases in his native Kenya.
  10. CNHS 35th Anniversary Celebration
    In celebrating 35 years of UMass Boston's College of Nursing and Health Sciences, the college will highlight its accomplishments with an awards ceremony and a dinner reception.
  11. Lee and Aronowitz in Malawi: Research, Teaching, and Service in Action
    Lee and Aronowitz in Malawi: Research, Teaching, and Service in Action
  12. UMass Boston Researcher Finds Teen Obesity Rate Leveling Off
    Teens are eating more vegetables and exercising more
  13. Screening and Discussion: Weight of the Nation (Part 4: Challenges)
    The Exercise and Health Sciences Club and the College of Nursing and Health Sciences will host a free screening of a portion of this HBO documentary. A panel discussion will follow.
  14. Screening and Discussion: Weight of the Nation (Part 2: Choices)
    The Exercise and Health Sciences Club and the College of Nursing and Health Sciences will host a free screening of a portion of this HBO documentary. A panel discussion will follow.
  15. CNHS Receives Monmouth University’s “Hawk Hug” for Sandy Relief Efforts
    CNHS students provide compassionate care to Hurricane Sandy victims.
  16. Hurricane Sandy Relief Drive
    Blanket & Cold Weather Clothing, First Aid & Personal Hygiene Supplies Drive
  17. Anahid Kulwicki Selected as New Dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences
    The College of Nursing and Health Sciences' new dean, Anahid Kulwicki, will arrive on campus in mid-November.
  18. PhD Student Scholarly Dialogue: Nursing Practice in a Post-Soviet Country
    PhD student Hermine Poghosyan will present.
  19. Kenyan Ambassador Visits UMass Boston
    Kenyan Ambassador to the United States Elkanah Odembo praised the University of Massachusetts Boston's commitment to global outreach and global health during a visit to campus.
  20. PhD Nursing Students Excel in Research and Scholarship
    Student Spotlight: Mercy Kamau, Julio Toro, and Hermine Poghosyan
  21. PhD Student Scholarly Dialogue: Jacob Kariuki, George Hart, and Mercy Kamau
    Join us for presentations related to global issues.
  22. PhD Student Scholarly Dialogue: EndNote Presentation with George Hart
    George Hart will present on the bibliography managing software.
  23. Eileen Stuart-Shor Committed to Health of Underserved Populations
    Eileen Stuart-Shor's article published in the American Heart Association Journal Circulation, among various other accomplishments.
  24. Information Session: BS Program in Nursing, Online RN-BS
    Prospective students with previous RN certification are invited to join us for this info session.
  25. Information Session: BS Program in Nursing, Online RN-BS
    Prospective students with previous RN certification are invited to join us for this info session.
  26. Information Session: BS Program in Nursing, Online RN-BS
    Prospective students with previous RN certification are invited to join us for this info session.
  27. Information Session: BS Program in Nursing, Online RN-BS
    Prospective students with previous RN certification are invited to join us for this info session.
  28. Information Session: BS Program in Nursing, Online RN-BS
    Prospective students with previous RN certification are invited to join us for this info session.
  29. Information Session: BS Program in Nursing, Online RN-BS
    Prospective students with previous RN certification are invited to join us for this info session.
  30. PhD Student Scholarly Dialogue: Jacqueline Fawcett
    Professor Jacqueline Fawcett will give a presentation on Concept Analysis.
  31. PhD Student Scholarly Dialogue: Prepared for Comprehensive Exams?
    Faculty and students are invited to join us for this session focusing on preparation for comprehensive exams.
  32. PhD Student Scholarly Dialogue: Sheryl LaCoursiere
    College of Nursing and Health Sciences Clinical Assistant Professor Sheryl LaCoursiere will present.
  33. PhD Student Scholarly Dialogue: Federal Health Policy Agenda
    PhD Students in nursing will debrief on the Academy Health Policy Meeting in Washington, DC
  34. PhD Student Scholarly Dialogue: Health Policy at the State Level
    Faculty and students are invited to join us for this session focusing on health policy at the state level.
  35. PhD Student Scholarly Dialogue: Pre-Doctoral Funding
    Faculty and students are invited to join us for this session focusing on pre-doctoral funding.
  36. Dissertation Defense: Julie Lynch
    PhD Candidate will defend her dissertation.
  37. PhD Student Scholarly Dialogue: Maternal and Child Health in Developing Countries
    Assistant Professors Joyce Edmonds and Ling Shi will present on their global health research.
  38. Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education Grants Accreditation to Nursing Programs
    The Board of Commissioners of the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education has granted accreditation to the nursing baccalaureate, master’s, and Doctor of Nursing Practice programs.
  39. Student Spotlight: Jodie Marcantoni
    DNP candidate presented at two health care quality and patient safety conferences in the St. Louis area.
  40. Promoting Health and Fitness Outside the Classroom
    CNHS faculty practice what they teach through their involvement in a 7K and regular fitness routines.
  41. Lisa Kennedy Sheldon Wins Health Services Award from Alumni Association at Saint Anselm College
    The Health Services Award recognizes outstanding achievement in health care, research, practice, and/or health education.
  42. Helene Fuld Trust Scholars Focus on Serving Underprivileged Populations
    10 outstanding Baccalaureate Nursing students were selected out of a pool of 240 applicants.
  43. PhD Student Scholarly Dialogue: Suzanne Leveille
    College of Nursing and Health Sciences Professor Suzane Leveille will present.
  44. PhD Student Scholarly Dialogue: Providing Health Care in Rural Aldeas in Olancho
    College of Nursing and Health Sciences Assistant Professor Lisa Kennedy Sheldon will present with PhD Nursing student Hermine Poghosyan.
  45. CNHS Winter Convocation
    The College of Nursing and Health Sciences will be celebrating students graduating this winter.
  46. Information Session: MS and DNP Programs in Nursing
    Prospective students with previous BS and MS degrees in nursing are invited to join us for this info session.
  47. Information Session: MS and DNP Programs in Nursing
    Prospective students with previous BS and MS degrees in nursing are invited to join us for this info session.
  48. Information Session: MS and DNP Programs in Nursing
    Prospective students with previous BS and MS degrees in nursing are invited to join us for this info session.
  49. Information Session: MS and DNP Programs in Nursing
    Prospective students with previous BS and MS degrees in nursing are invited to join us for this info session.
  50. Information Session: MS and DNP Programs in Nursing
    Prospective students with previous BS and MS degrees in nursing are invited to join us for this info session.
  51. Information Session: MS and DNP Programs in Nursing
    Prospective students with previous BS and MS degrees in nursing are invited to join us for this info session.
  52. Information Session: BS Program in Nursing, Accelerated Option
    Prospective students with previous a bachelor degree in any field are invited to join us for this info session.
  53. Information Session: BS Program in Nursing, Online RN-BS
    Prospective students with previous RN certification are invited to join us for this info session.
  54. Information Session: BS Program in Nursing, Online RN-BS
    Prospective students with previous RN certification are invited to join us for this info session.
  55. Information Session: BS Program in Nursing, Online RN-BS
    Prospective students with previous RN certification are invited to join us for this info session.
  56. GoKids SnapShot, Fall 2011
    Kids Helping Kids Find A New Balance
  57. Nursing Faculty Member Published in New England Journal of Medicine
    Jerry Cromwell coauthored an article for the New England Journal of Medicine on the results of a disease management pilot program.
  58. Student Spotlight: Julie Lynch
    PhD Students attributes success to U56/U54 partnership between the College of Nursing and Health Sciences and Dana Farber/Harvard Cancer Institute.
  59. PhD Student Scholarly Dialogue: Open Session
    Join us for an open session of the PhD Student Scholarly Dialogues.
  60. PhD Student Scholarly Dialogue: Massachusetts Behavioral Health and Public Schools
    Assistant Professor Esther Seibold will present on the statewide assessment process and findings of behavior health in public schools.
  61. Research Team Presents Results of EXCEL Study at American Academy of Pediatrics Conference
    EXCEL Study GoKids Boston will be included in a special forthcoming CNN program focused on childhood obesity.
  62. Community Health & Research:Making the Connections Symposium
    Keynote Address will be presented by State Senator Harriette L. Chandler.
  63. Undergraduate Nursing Program Director Presents at NLN Education Summit
    JoAnn Mulready-Shick presented on the effectiveness of Dedicated Education Units.
  64. CNHS Faculty Candidate Visit: Examining Close Friendships of Adolescents’ with Chronic Pain
    Join Dr. Paula Forgeron, a candidate for the faculty position in Nursing, as she presents her research on adolescents with chronic pain.
  65. PhD Student Scholarly Dialogue: Writing Skills and Strategies II
    Upcoming session will be dedicated to successful writing with colleagues from the Writing Center
  66. PhD Student Scholarly Dialogue: Conflict for Change in Nursing Practice
    Our speaker this week is Joe Ann Fergus, PhD candidate and a graduate of UMass Boston's conflict resolution program.
  67. PhD Student Scholarly Dialogue: Kenya Heart and Sole
    Join Dr. Eileen Stuart-Shor and students from her Kenya Heart and Sole team for a lively discussion on the college's global health community outreach and research.
  68. Population Research Seminar Series: Overview of Qualitative Research
    The Population Research Seminar Series wraps up the year with an overview of qualitative research.
  69. Population Research Seminar Series: Confidentiality: Ethical and Practical Aspects
    Ethical and practical aspects of participant confidentiality; database architecture; and other forms of access control will be discussed.
  70. Information Session: BS Program in Nursing, Online RN-BS
    Prospective students with a previous RN certification are invited to join us for this info session.
  71. Population Research Seminar Series: Cancer Registries and Medical Record Review
    Key topics to be covered: cancer registries - what they are, how they work, and how to access them; overview of medical record reviews and why they are useful.
  72. Information Session: BS Program in Nursing, Accelerated Option
    Prospective students with a previous Bachelor degree in a field other than nursing are invited to join us for this info session.
  73. Student Spotlight: Dany Hilaire
    PhD student makes progress towards doctoral degree; research article published in the Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing.
  74. EHS Welcomes New Undergraduate Program Director
    Introducing the Exercise and Health Sciences (EHS) Program’s new Undergraduate Program Director, Dana Commesso.
  75. Save the Date: PhD Student/Faculty Get Together
    Join fellow students and faculty for an evening of socializing to mark the beginning of the new semester.
  76. The Third Annual UMass 5-Campus PhD Nursing Student Forum
    PhD students and faculty are invited to join UMass colleagues at this student forum. Keynote speaker: Dr. Afaf Meleis, "Transitions: A Journey Toward Integration of Knowledge".
  77. Distinguished Scholar Lecture: Augustus A. White III, MD
    Join us for our annual distinguished scholar lecture with Dr. Augustus A. White III, MD
  78. PhD Student Scholarly Dialogue with Jerry Cromwell
    Join Dr. Jerry Cromwell for a dialogue entitled "Why Targeting Chronically Ill Patients for Disease Management is so Difficult: Modeling Regression to the Mean"
  79. PhD Student Scholarly Dialogue: Writing Skills and Strategies
    Join Dr. Eileen Stuart-Shor for a dialogue on writing.
  80. PhD Scholarly Dialogues with Dean Glazer
    All students and faculty are welcome to join us for this event.
  81. ICC Team to Honduras includes Oncology Nursing
    Health Volunteers including specialists in oncology nursing, work with local doctors and medical students in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
  82. Dr. Laura L. Hayman Honored for Outstanding Contributions in Pediatric Nursing
    Dr. Laura L. Hayman, PhD, RN, FAHA, FAAN received the “Excellence in Pediatric Graduate Education Award” in recognition of her innovation and outstanding contributions to Pediatric Advanced Nursing Practice.
  83. JFK Award Winner Defies Obstacles
    2011 JFK Award Winner Alia MacPherson defies obstacles: She was forced to quit high school and begin working two jobs to help support her family.
  84. JFK Winner Alia MacPherson’s Speech at UMass Boston’s 43rd Commencement
    This is the text of JFK Award Winner Alia MacPherson's speech to the University of Massachusetts Boston's Class of 2011.
  85. Exercise and Health Sciences Faculty and Students Help Children with Disabilities at YMCA
    Students are participating in All Abilities Active, a physical activity program for children with physical, intellectual, and sensory disabilities.
  86. UMass Boston’s College of Nursing and Health Sciences Ranked No. 50 in Nation
    UMass Boston's College of Nursing and Health Sciences ranks among the nation’s best nursing schools, according to U.S. News & World Report.
  87. Egidia Rugwizangoga, a CNHS alumna, won The 2010 Nursing Spectrum Award
    Egidia Rugwizangoga, a CNHS alumna, won The 2010 Nursing Spectrum Award for Community Service.
  88. College of Nursing and Health Sciences Receives Grant to Evaluate Innovation in Nursing Education
    The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Evaluating Innovations in Nursing Education (EIN) program today announced a $299,985 grant to UMass Boston, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, to conduct a two-year evaluation of the school’s use of the “Dedicated Education Unit Model”.