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Stritch nurses present evidence-based research

3/25/2015 10:45:00 AM

On March 12, the nurses of Cohort 40 presented their poster presentations of evidence-based nursing practices. Their work included a variety of topics such as Tim Skalitzky’s look at the proper cleaning of isolation rooms and Amy Hamilton’s research on changing the culture of the work environment in relation to unhealthy snacking. Read More

Nominations sought for student awards

3/18/2015 2:05:00 PM

The Stritch Student Affairs committee invites you to submit nominations, applications, and essays for awards to recognize Stritch student excellence and service. Read More

Alumnus aims to advocate for nursing profession

3/17/2015 12:15:00 PM

Since his sophomore year of high school, Jake Tanel, ’13, knew he wanted to be a nurse. Growing up with an aunt and uncle in the profession, he felt drawn to the idea of the many ways he could help people with a nursing degree. Read More

Alumni Spotlight: Patricia Goeman, '08

2/20/2015 12:00:00 PM

Three knee surgeries in 14 months effectively ended her collegiate soccer career before it even began. And, yet, Patricia Goeman, ’08, might argue that was the best thing that could have happened to her. Read More

Stritch observes Black History Month

2/19/2015 9:10:00 AM

The Office of Multicultural Programs’ (OMP) mission is to promote and increase multicultural competence university wide through trainings, workshops, programs and events. Read More

Alumni Spotlight: Bill York, '94

1/20/2015 11:30:00 AM

Lawrence (Bill) York, ’94, does not have a formalized philosophy, but many of his decisions are guided by a deep appreciation for continuous learning. In fact, the chief executive officer of AgriBank, one of the largest banks in the national Farm Credit System, often says, “If you value yourself, you will value your education – in any form.” Read More