Getting blood drawn isn’t on the top of the list of favorite activities for most people. Anything that can make the experience a bit easier helps. University of Missouri–St. Louis Accelerated BSN student Tiffany Nichols has been that something for countless students as a longtime medical assistant and phlebotomist for the Saint […]

Two UMSL nursing students win Edith L. Cole Scholarship from ...



With Missouri’s nursing vacancy rate up to 12% statewide, according to the Missouri Hospital Association, getting nurses educated to the highest standard and into the workforce has never been more critical. Yesterday evening, Missouri Gov. Mike Parson and Sen. Brian Williams joined the University of Missouri–St. Louis community and stakeholders for […]

Gov. Mike Parson speaks at progress tour of $7 million ...



Despite still having a few more months of classes to wrap up before earning a bachelor of nursing degree, Muriel Miller has already started a family tradition. The eldest of seven children and a first-generation college student, she’s leading the charge for her family’s college education, inspiring her siblings to consider school […]

First-generation student Muriel Miller blazes trail, family tradition at UMSL



Chancellor Kristin Sobolik highlighted contributions of University of Missouri–St. Louis faculty and staff on Tuesday afternoon during the annual State of the University Address and Faculty and Staff Recognition Ceremony. Seven faculty members and three staff members received Chancellor’s Awards. Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Tanisha Stevens shared details of each […]

UMSL faculty and staff members honored with Chancellor’s Awards


University of Missouri–St. Louis Chancellor Kristin Sobolik hosted new faculty members at her home last Tuesday as they prepared to kick off the fall semester. The evening reception followed a daylong orientation led by Assistant Vice Provost for Academic Innovation Keeta Holmes and other members of the Center for Teaching and Learning staff in the J.C. Penney […]

UMSL welcomes new faculty members for the fall semester


Michelle Parmentier first learned the importance of nurse communication on the job. She was leading a HIV and Hepatitis C population health program, and her navigation team had a patient with both the infectious disease as well as a cardiac condition who potentially needed major medical intervention. Then, to make […]

DNP students create multimedia textbook on nursing communications for GSNA ...



University of Missouri–St. Louis Chancellor Kristin Sobolik and her cabinet continue to recognize the exemplary efforts of staff and faculty members from across campus by bestowing the UMSL Hero Award on up to three individuals each month. This month’s honorees are Shawne Manies, the director of clinical operations and an assistant teaching professor in the College of […]

Shawne Manies, Jessica Rogen receive UMSL Hero Award