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IUSON: Empowering Leaders

Celebrating the bicentennial anniversary of Indiana University

What does it mean to be an IU Nurse? Our almost 21,000 alums are leaders, advocates, innovators, research scientists, educators, and mentors. They make us proud and strong every day. 

Points of Pride

  • US News and World Report badges

    Learn more about our MSN and DNP programs, listed in U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Nursing Programs 2020 Read more »

  • four women one dressed like Florence Nightingald

    Florence Nightingale (aka Dean Robin Newhouse) welcomes new students and their families to IU School of Nursing at the spring Induction Ceremony.

  • Map of Indiana with the cities Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, and Bloomington highlighted.
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    IDr. Diane Von Ah has been selected by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to serve on the Diagnosing and Treating Adult Cancers Committee sponsored by the Social Security Committee. The focus will be on breast and lung cancers in adults older than 18 years and younger than 65 years. This work will also include survivorship concerns and secondary impairments such as cognitive impairment for which Dr. Von Ah will lead.

  • woman smiling

    Dr. Julie LaMothe is the new assistant chair of the Department of Community and Health Systems as of January 1, 2020. Dr. LaMothe has been at IUSON in some capacity since 2013 and her areas of scholarship include collaborative practice, childhood obesity, children with special healthcare needs, and evidence-based practice.

  • woman smiling

    Dr. Eileen Hacker will be awarded a 2019-20 Indiana Women of Achievement Award in March 2020. She is the 10th IUSON faculty member to receive this award over the past few decades.

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