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Points of Pride

  • Redesignated as an NLN Center of Excellence
  • Women wearing a mask

    Thank you for wearing your mask indoors.

  • Group of students in red scrubs

    We welcome our new BSN students to IU School of Nursing!

  • Dean Newhouse

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  • Two women side by side

    Congratulations to our newly inducted Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing - Rebecca Ellis (left) and Jan Powers.

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News

  • PhD student Thye Peng Ngo

    Thye Peng Ngo, FINE Scholar
    Doctoral student Thye Ngo is focusing his early research on increasing understanding of how nursing students make clinical decisions. With the Next Generation NCLEX adding assessment of critical thinking in 2023, Ngo says, “It’s important to make sure that we develop nursing students’ clinical judgment and decision-making before they graduate and transition into practice.”

  • IU Fort Wayne graduates first nursing class

    Indiana University School of Nursing Graduates First Class from Fort Wayne Campus
    Despite the challenges that come with a global pandemic, IU School of Nursing Fort Wayne confers its first-ever Bachelor's of Nursing Science degrees. These students blazed a trail for future nursing graduates and will always hold a special place in the history of Indiana University School of Nursing.

  • Dr. Ching-Min Chen

    Illustrating nursing's impact on Taiwan
    As one of the only nurses ever elected to the legislature in Taiwan, IU School of Nursing alumna Ching-Min Chen, PhD, is a trailblazer for the nursing profession. In addition to her involvement in national health care policy, Chen is committed to educating others—through an illustrated comic book—about the role and impact of nurses in her native country.

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