Monthly Archives: October 2016

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