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This Month at the SON-April 2015

March 30, 2015 | In Events

April 2
Undergraduate Student Governance Council Meeting
8:00 – 9:00am

April 9
Ouch! That Stereotype Hurts: Key Issues Related to Diversity and Inclusion in Nursing
5:00 – 6:30pm
208 Carrington Hall
This is a CaBB sponsored event open to all students considering nursing as a career path, current nursing students who are not familiar with the CaBB program, and students already involved in the CaBB program.  Come out and learn more about how stereotyping, marginalization, and discriminatory perspectives hurt everyone (regardless of background), and how these issues affect nursing students, nursing professionals, and the care that nurses provide.

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This Month at the SON–February 2015

February 1, 2015 | In Events

Classes are in full swing as we enter the second month of the semester. February marks the beginning of the spring sessions for the SON’s edifying Research Support and Consultation seminar series. The RSC will be bringing in speakers all semester long to speak about this semester’s theme: team science.

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This Month at the SON–January 2015

January 5, 2015 | In Events

A new year brings a new semester along with a new class of nursing students. Whether you have resolved to study more, learn new skills, or stretch yourself as a researcher, the School of Nursing has many events this month to help get your year off to a great start.

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This Month at the SON–December 2014

December 1, 2014 | In Events

The last month of the year brings finals as well as food and festivity. The Center for Lifelong Learning caps off a year of programming with one last offering on pharmacology and Careers Beyond the Beside (CaBB) offers students one more chance to connect before the winter holiday. Stay tuned to this space for more lectures, workshops, and events in the new year.

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