"This facility is 124 years in the making," Dean Potempa told reporter Jeremy Allen.
"It's the first time in our history that we've had a facility dedicated to the School of Nursing in both academic and clinical needs, for training, research and practice," said Dean Potempa.The in-depth article highlights the state-of-the-art Clinical Learning Center, high-tech classroom, and student-focused learning spaces.
"More and more is expected of nurses. We're at the forefront of healthcare both as basic practitioners and as advanced-practice clinicians, and we have to prepare our students not just to have knowledge, but to use it in different situations. This technology allows our students to develop judgment in low-risk situations and not high-risk situations with real patients. They do get that, but we prepare them here in situations where they can really learn and practice," Potempa said.