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2018 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium
Get involved in one of the largest university celebrations honoring the life and work of Dr. King. Here is a sampling of activities on and around campus. Please note that UMSN will host a stream of the keynote speech at 10am and the Health Sciences lecture at 12pm. Both will be held in 1330, 400 NIB. View a full list of MLK Symposium events at U-M here. 
Jan 10, 2018

UMSN faculty named among new Interprofessional Leadership Fellows
Diane Asher, BSN, MS, FNP, RN and Elizabeth Duffy, DNP, RN, CPNP, are included in the 2018-19 cohort of Interprofessional Leadership Fellows, named by the Interprofessional Education Center.  This year, UMSN faculty, in particular Marjorie McCullagh, Ph.D., RN, APHN-BC, COHN-S, FAAOHN, FAAN play a role in connecting the U-M Center for Occupational Health and Saf
Jan 05, 2018

Two careers, three kids, and twenty years of marriage: Brandon and Chanda Perry's balancing act
When Chanda and Brandon Perry decided to go back to school, they knew it would test their mettle. The married couple had spent more than a decade working decent-paying automotive and clerical jobs to support their family, but neither had a career. That wasn’t an issue for the Perrys until Michigan became ground zero for the Great Recession.  
Jan 02, 2018

Nursing student insight: DNP at University of Michigan
Suzanne Knight talks about her motivation to undertake a DNP and how she makes it work while remaining employed full-time. 
Jan 01, 2018

Sedative/tranquilizer misuse a strong indicator of future substance use disorder; young adults most at risk
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Misusing sedatives or tranquilizers signals a credible risk for the abuse of more addictive substances in the near future, according to new research from the University of Michigan School of Nursing’s (UMSN) Center for the Study of Drugs, Alcohol, Smoking and Health.
Dec 13, 2017

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