News and Events

Doctoral student honored with national scholarship

April 9, 2015 | In News, Students

Third-year UNC nursing doctoral student Nakia Best is among a select group of only 16 students nationwide to receive the honor of a 2015 Macy’s Go Red™ Multicultural Scholarship. The scholarship, awarded by Macy’s Multicultural Fund in partnership with the American Heart Association, supports minority students pursuing degrees in the health care profession.

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UNC students win national competition in health care collaboration

April 5, 2015 | In Faculty, News, Students

A team of four UNC students from different health care-related fields has won the 2015 CLARION National Case Competition, a student competition focused on improving health care through interprofessional collaboration. The victory is especially significant given that this is only the second year that UNC has been represented at the national competition, which has been held annually since 2005.

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Eric Hodges named Biobehavioral Laboratory director

April 1, 2015 | In Faculty, News

Associate professor Eric Hodges, PhD, FNP-BC, has been appointed the new director of the UNC School of Nursing Biobehavioral Lab (BBL). His program of research centers on early parent-child feeding interactions, and much of his work has involved observational studies conducted in the BBL.

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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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