IUSON: Empowering Leaders
Points of Pride
Learn more about our MSN and DNP programs, listed in U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Nursing Programs 2020 Read more »
Florence Nightingale (aka Dean Robin Newhouse) welcomes new students and their families to IU School of Nursing at the spring Induction Ceremony.
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.
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.
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.
There are no events at this time.
IU School of Nursing's online nursing education track of the Master's program ranked #4 nationwide.
IU School of Nursing receives new National Institutes of Health training grant to prepare next generation of nurse scientists
The five-year grant focuses on preparing nurse scientists to conduct high impact research and lead interdisciplinary research teams to develop and test interventions to prevent or manage serious chronic conditions such as cancer, heart failure, and Alzheimer disease.
Indiana University health professional selected for prestigious Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellows program
IU School of Nursing announced today that Sharron Crowder, PhD, RN, ATSF, clinical associate professor and special assistant to the dean for health policy Initiatives, was named as one of six health professionals selected for the 2019-20 class of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Health Policy Fellows.
IU School of Nursing Faculty and Alum Announced as 2019 American Academy of Nursing Fellows
Indiana University (IU) School of Nursing announced today that three of its faculty members and one alumnus have been named by the American Academy of Nursing (Academy) to its 2019 Class of Academy Fellows. Drs. Jennifer Embree, Julie Otte, Deanna Reising and Chad Priest are among the list of 231 highly distinguished nurse leaders recognized for their extraordinary commitment to the promotion of the public’s health through evidence and innovation.