IUSON: A Legacy of Leadership
Points of Pride
The National League for Nurshing has redesignated IU School of Nursing as a NLN Center of Excellence in Nursing Education.
IUSON alum and former Alumni Association President Eric Newsom shares what #ImAnIUNurse means to him. Read more »
Welcome back to all students and faculty! Looking forward to a great year.
Wendy Miller joins Dean Robin Newhouse on this month’s “Pulse Points” to discuss the benefits of Big Data Research. Read more »
The Neighborhood Fellowship Church which houses the Student Outreach Center has procured an additional building. Fundraising efforts has begun to collect needed funds; estimated costs of finishing the space are $650,000. Pastor Jim Streitelmeier (pictured) is the church's pastor.
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We mourn the loss of our good friend Molly Johnson.
IU School of Nursing research scientist helping patients better manage medications
“Today’s health care environment calls for patients to assume more and more personal responsibility for health care,” said Bartlett Ellis. “We want to empower them for greater success and demonstrate just how much of an effect their behavior and choices have on health and wellness” said Dr. Bartlett Ellis.
National nursing group honors IU School of Nursing
The National League for Nursing has chosen IU School of Nursing as a Center of Excellence in Nursing Education for promoting the pedagogical expertise of faculty. The school will be recognized at the league's Education Summit in San Diego this October.
Four IU School of Nursing faculty named American Academy of Nursing fellows
The American Academy of Nursing has named four IU School of Nursing faculty members to as fellows. Carol Shieh, Ukamaka Oruche, Catherine Ivory, and Linda Chase will be honored during the Academy's annual policy conference, "Transforming Health, Driving Policy," October 5-7 in Washington D.C.