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School of Nursing professor to speak at national roundtable

Jennifer Mallow, PhD, FNP-BC, assistant professor at the WVU School of Nursing and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nurse Faculty Scholar, will participate in a roundtable discussion on genomics and precision health at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine on Nov. 9 in Washington, D.C.   

School of Nursing to host open house

Shaping healthcare policy, improving overall health and reducing health disparities are critical in today’s world. Learn how the School of Nursing is preparing future nurses and nurse leaders to be a part of making positive change while enhancing knowledge and skills through graduate education, including the MSN, MSN/MBA, DNP and PHD programs.

WVU’s food bank to open second location, The Rack II@HSC

West Virginia University Health Sciences will soon open “The Rack II@HSC,” WVU Health Sciences’ Campus Food Bank, to assist with campus-wide efforts to address the growing population of homeless and/or hungry employees/students.    

School of Nursing honorary receives international award

The West Virginia University School of Nursing’s Sigma Theta Tau – Alpha Rho honorary took home its first-ever Chapter Key Award during Sigma Theta Tau International’s 43rd Biennial Convention in Las Vegas earlier this month. Alpha Rho was honored with a Chapter Key Awards which honor chapters that excel in membership recruitment/retention; publicity and programming; professional and leadership development; and local, national and international collaboration.

School of Nursing to host graduate open house

Forge the future of nursing at West Virginia University. If you want to create a healthier world and boost your career, attend our open house to explore online graduate opportunities, including MSN, DNP and PHD programs at the WVU School of Nursing.

Continuing education session to focus on mental health issues of veterans

Nursing professionals are invited to attend a "Lunch and Learn" continuing education session from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, June 1, in the John Jones Conference Center, located on the ground floor of the Health Sciences Center. The event will focus on mental health conditions of veterans and their families.