News and Events

ANS Blood Drive

April 21, 2017 | In Events

The Spring ANS Blood Drive was a huge success! We exceeded our goal by 10 units, coming in at a total of 40 units. That is approximately 120 lives saved. Thank you everyone who participated!

SON featured at NCNA event

April 21, 2017 | In Education, Events, Faculty

The School of Nursing was featured at Tuesday’s Nursing Advocacy Day, hosted by the North Carolina Nurses Association. Our undergraduate, graduate students, and faculty spent the day in Raleigh with over 700 nurses and nursing students from all over the state, where they learned about current legislative issues and legislative advocacy.

Great work to all who attended, and thank you for representing the School of Nursing!

SON’s Women’s Health Interest Group Hosts Reading: Lovie: the Story of Southern Midwife

April 12, 2017 | In Events, Faculty, Staff, Students

Join the SON’s Women’s Health Interest Group and UNC Birth Partners volunteer doula program for a reading by Lisa Yarger from her book Lovie: the story of a southern midwife and an unlikely friendship — a beautiful telling of a rural midwife’s life and the special long-term relationship that Lisa enjoyed with her.

April 19, 5:30-7:30 PM
Fox Auditorium

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SON Honors Alumni, Donors at Luncheon Tomorrow

April 7, 2017 | In Alumni, Awards, Events

The School of Nursing Alumni Association and Foundation join forces tomorrow to honor alumni and friends for their distinguished service to the School, the community, and the profession.

For more information about tomorrow’s luncheon and the awards being presented, please click here.

SON students at NSNA convention

April 7, 2017 | In Education, Events

Congratulations and good luck to School of Nursing students Fatima Domagtoy, Sara Planer, Angela Johnson, Ashleigh Luttrell, and Laura Haulsee, who are spending the week in Dallas at the National Student Nurses’ Association’s Annual Convention. The convention aims to enhance students’ academic and clinical skills while networking at social events with nursing leaders. We hope our students are enjoying this opportunity to learn about the profession on a national and international scale!