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Career Center Open for Nursing Students and Alumni

Counselors are available to meet in person, by phone and via teleconferencing upon request.

Nurse Practitioners: Your Partners in Health

The School of Nursing honors its nurse practitioner alumni through personal stories.

Nursing Students Get ARTS-y at Annual Show

Students created original works of art to encourage creative thinking, which can lead to creative problem solving and better clinical judgment.

Nursing Educator Takes a Seat for Women's Health

Yondell Masten, Ph.D., has been named The Florence Thelma Hall Endowed Chair for Nursing Excellence in Women's Health.

Texas Team Receives $300,000 for Nursing Education

Texas is one of nine states to receive the grant aimed at creating a more diverse, educated nursing workforce.

Give Your Career the EDGE With New Program

Beginning this fall, registered nurses in Texas will have a more accessible way to earn a bachelor's degree.

Regents Give the Green Light on Community Health Center Expansion

A national award of $5 million will more than double the size of the Larry Combest Community Health Wellness Center.

Building a Highway to Health Care Education

A renewed partnership between the School of Nursing and Cisco College will allow nurse aides to further their education in Abilene.

No Tassel Left Unturned at Commencement

Hundreds of students were welcomed into the health care profession at the annual ceremony.

Nursing Names the Year's Standouts

Kathryn Sridaromont, R.N., MSN, and Collin Naugher were selected by their peers for their commitment to the nursing profession and patient care.

Advocating, Learning, Caring: A Tribute to Our Nurses

In honor of National Nurses Week, we asked our nurses to give us the lowdown on their profession. They answered.

The Students Have Spoken: New Leaders Announced

Outstanding organizations, faculty and graduating seniors were honored at the Student Government Association's annual banquet.

Awareness is a Step Toward Child Abuse Prevention

Abuse can be physical, emotional, sexual or stem from the neglect of a child's most basic needs.

Students Take First Place at National Competition

The team demonstrated their ability to work together to build a better health care system.

School of Nursing Receives Rural Health Endowment

The gift will be used to determine how to implement better health disparities research and deliver innovative patient care in West Texas.

What to Do When Caring Hurts

Compassion fatigue can be a crippling condition for caregivers in a variety of settings.

Let's Talk About Sex

Sexual activity and STDs are on the rise in senior citizens and college students.

Sister Act: Scholarships Propel Sisters' Nursing Careers

School of Nursing donors were honored during an annual Donor Appreciation Luncheon.

Obesity Pilot Program Targets Preschoolers

Project to evaluate impact of early intervention on healthy eating habits and active living.

Birth Defects Prevention Month: A Healthy Pregnancy

Not all birth defects can be prevented, but expectant mothers can take several precautions.