Louie at UMSL basketball
Help the College of Nursing Support Triton Basketball for FREE! Join the College of Nursing at UMSL’s Mark Twain Building to watch our Women’s and Men’s Basketball teams against Bellarmine! Saturday, February 11, 2017 Women play at 1pm and  Men play at 3pm There will be a College of Nursing […]

Help the College of Nursing Support Triton Basketball

Michelle Arrington
“Nurse Michelle, coming to a hospital near you,” reads Michelle Arrington’s Instagram post from Dec. 13. These words, accompanied by an image of a smiling Arrington fully adorned in graduation robe, honors tassels and sorority stole, aim to share some joyful news – and some special weekend plans. The University […]

Spotlight on…Michelle Arrington, Fall 2016 BSN graduate

Nicole Bates
“[College of Nursing faculty] did more than listen to me. They heard the desire of my heart and gave me words of encouragement. I am eternally grateful for the role they have each played in bringing me to this point in my education.” –   Nicole Bates, Zotta Scholarship recipient Read […]

Zotta scholarship recipient follows in the footsteps of a great ...

Katie Niemeyer
Katie Niemeyer will present at this year’s McIntosh Durham Endowed Lecture in Nursing Science on Using the Present to Prepare for the Future: Making a Difference. Date: Thursday, November 10, 2016 Time: 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. Location: J.C. Penny Auditorium More information can be found on the flyer here.

McIntosh-Durham Lecture

Junior libero Danielle Waedekin has been a welcome addition to the backline of the Tritons volleyball team. Already a two-time Great Lakes Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Week selection, Waedekin, a nursing major, ranks fourth in the conference with 5.17 digs per set. Read more…

Athletics Q&A with nursing student Danielle Waedekin

     She can save a life but can’t buy a drink,” Joan Ruppert said of one of the graduating students at the College of Nursing’s pinning ceremony in August. “Oh well, saving a life is much more important anyway.” Read More…

Nursing graduate charts course for the future