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18 Reasons 2018 was a Great Year at UMSN
It's been an exciting year at the University of Michigan! We're counting down 18 highlights from 2018 featuring achievements and milestones of  UMSN and its community including faculty, staff and students.  New reasons will be added regularly so keep checking back. 18. PanaceaWe debuted our new and improved school magazine. The name Panacea was selected to show nursing’s expanding scope and its potential to solve the most pressing health care challenges of our day.
Dec 11, 2018

Staff spotlight: A calling in public health and a home in nursing after addiction and loss
When Matthew Rosso was growing up and beginning to understand his LGBTQ identity, he traveled down a path teeming with painful experiences that many in the LBGTQ community have endured. There were internal struggles, feelings of not belonging, and external factors including severe bullying from classmates. There was also discord in his own family.
Dec 07, 2018

Student spotlight: Turning adversity into action
When Lindsey Freysinger was five years old, she told the audience at her kindergarten graduation that she wanted to be a nurse anesthetist just like her mom. Two decades later, she was only a few months away from achieving that dream when an accident would drastically change her life and inspire a new calling in nursing.  
Nov 28, 2018

UMSN student selected as a Minority Nurse Faculty Scholar
Jenna Magallanes, a UMSN Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) student, has been selected as a Minority Nurse Faculty Scholar.
Nov 27, 2018

Student spotlight: An unforeseen journey from the Army to midwifery
A career in nursing wasn’t an obvious choice for Chelsea Perrin.“I wish I could say I’m one of those people who had this calling to be a nurse since I was five, but I’m not,” said Perrin, a University of Michigan School of Nursing (UMSN) graduate student. She added with a laugh, “I think I said I wanted to be a seamstress.”
Nov 02, 2018

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