Nursing (Graduate)

Graduate student overcomes significant challenges to achieve degree

Danielle (Reab) Bayer is this year’s recipient of the Kenneth R. Holder Award. This award honors the legacy of Dr. Kenneth R.

Graduate degree student shares nursing wisdom

Happy National Nurses Day! Tomorrow, over 400 Nebraska Wesleyan students will walk across the commencement stage to get their diploma, including 40 students with nursing-affiliated degrees. Mary Kay Gillan is one of those students looking forward to this big day.

Nursing graduate programs now exclusively online

Nebraska Wesleyan's Master of Science in Nursing and MSN/Master of Business Administration joint degree are the first programs in school history to be offered exclusively online.

Hospital administrator plans for life after the pandemic

Jenny (Lum) Stachura (BSN ’08, MSN ’13) was less than a year into her current role as vice president for patient care services at CHI Health St. Elizabeth. She had spent the last two years battling COVID-19's exhausting fury, “Never in my career have I seen an ICU stay completely full for so long.”

Nursing Students Travel to London to Compare Healthcare Systems

With the current state of our country’s healthcare system and it unknown changes, Nebraska Wesleyan University’s nursing professors looked to valuable teaching opportunities for their undergraduate and graduate nursing students.

Lunch & Learn to Address Human Trafficking and Nursing

Sue Gabriel, a certified sexual assault nurse, certified forensic nurse and nursing professor at Nebraska Wesleyan, will discuss "How Human Trafficking Impacts Nursing" at an upcoming Lunch & Learn.

Building Resilience: NWU Grad Reflects on her Role in Treating Ebola Patients

Behind the scenes was Michelle Schwedhelm, director of the Biocontainment Patient Care Unit located inside The Nebraska Medical Center.