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  • Caldwell University Reaches New Highs with Nursing Board Pass Rates October 5, 2018 Natalie Pedri working in the hospital. Caldwell, N.J. – Oct. 5, 2018 – Caldwell University Nursing faculty members were thrilled to learn that all of their 2018 traditional students passed their boards, paving the way for their next step as nurses. Brenda Peterson, Ph.D., associate dean of the School of Nursing and Public Health, said they ...
  • Nursing Students Encouraged to See their Profession as an Art as they Receive Clinical White Coats September 7, 2018 Nursing students in their clinical white coatsOne doesn’t usually associate Michelangelo’s “The Pieta” with nursing.  But veteran nurse Dr. Lorraine McEvoy sees a connection between the masterpiece and her profession. At Caldwell University’s annual white coat ceremony for junior nursing students on Sept. 6, McEvoy recalled the moving experience of seeing “The Pieta” at the World’s ...
  • Nursing alumna reportedly helps save a life on airplane May 24, 2017 Caldwell University Nursing alumna Courtney Donlan ’16Caldwell University nursing alumna Courtney Donlan ’16 was interviewed on several news outlets after reportedly saving a woman’s life on an airplane.  Donlan is a nurse at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. Professor and Director of the Department of Nursing at Caldwell Dr. Theodora Sirota said the nursing faculty and administration ...
  • Nursing Department becomes official member of international honor society March 30, 2017 Caldwell University Department of Nursing Student displaying an official charter membership of the international honor society of nursing, Sigma Theta Tau, at a ceremony on March 11 at the Bethwood in Totowa, New Jersey. Caldwell, N.J., March 29, 2017 – The Caldwell University Department of Nursing became an official charter member of the international honor society of nursing, Sigma Theta Tau, at a ceremony on March 11 at the Bethwood in Totowa, New Jersey. The mission of Sigma Theta Tau International is to advance ...
  • Nursing students receive white coats celebrating the start of clinical studies September 6, 2016 Nursing Students Receiving their White CoatCaldwell, N.J., Sept. 2, 2016 – Sixty-six Caldwell University nursing students received their white coats at a ceremony Sept. 1 celebrating the start of their clinical studies. “May the white coat remind you of our professional bond and commitment to the caring, compassion and humanism in nursing that we all share,” ...
  • Nursing Professor Melissa Sirola is Guest on Caucus: New Jersey January 6, 2015 Nursing Professor Melissa Sirola is Guest on Caucus: New JerseyMelissa Sirola, MSN, RN, MBA, adjunct faculty in the Caldwell University Nursing Department, joins Steve Adubato on Caucus: New Jersey to talk about the affordable care act and how it is affecting the field of nursing.  Professor Sirola and the panelists discuss: the expanding role of nursing, the effect of ...
  • Caldwell University Awarded Grant from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation July 29, 2014 Caldwell University LogoCaldwell, N.J. – July 29, 2014 – Caldwell University has been awarded a $250,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation through its New Jersey Health Initiatives program as part of its New Paths to Professional Nursing cohort. With this grant, Caldwell will partner with St. Joseph’s Healthcare System to assist aspiring paraprofessional employees ...
  • Nursing Department Holds Annual Convocation and Pinning Ceremony May 20, 2014 Nursing Department Holds Annual Convocation and Pinning Ceremony The Caldwell University Nursing Department held its 3rd annual nursing convocation and professional pinning May 16.   Thirty-six graduating seniors in the nursing program received their pins, a symbol of pride and accomplishment that unites nurses all over the world. Marycarol Rossignol, Ph.D., director of the nursing program and professor, told the ...
  • Nursing Student Volunteers in Health Care in Tanzania March 7, 2014 Nursing Student Volunteers in Health Care in TanzaniaChristina Buono, a senior nursing student from East Hanover, N.J., spent her winter break from Dec. 28, 2013 to Jan. 16, 2014, volunteering in Tanzania with the organization International Volunteer HQ. In this interview, she shares her experiences. Why did you decide to do this? I have always wanted to travel abroad ...
  • Caldwell University Celebrates Opening of New Nursing Labs March 6, 2014 Caldwell University Celebrates Opening of New Nursing Labs  Alumni, supporters and members of the Caldwell University community gathered on Feb. 26 for a ribbon cutting celebration to mark the opening of new nursing labs on campus. The guests enjoyed getting an inside view of the state-of-the-art facility that is being used for classroom, clinical and simulation instruction. The students ...
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