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Remembering: Virginia Miller
Virginia Miller, a nurse and director of the West Nebraska School of Nursing in Scottsbluff from 1954 to 1986, passed away at 98 last month.  Read more ...

UNMC students honored during student nurse convention
About 150 Nebraska nursing students, high school students and UNMC faculty and staff from across the state attended the recent 70th annual Nebraska State Student Nurses Association (NSSNA) Convention in Gering.   View ...

New investigator: Christine Eisenhauer, Ph.D. 
This profile is part of a series to highlight the researchers who will be honored at a ceremony for UNMC's 2018-19 Scientist Laureate, Distinguished Scientist, Research Leadership and New Investigator Award recipients.   Read more ...

Highest Repayment Rates of Student Loans 
The University of Nebraska Medical Center leads the nation in four-year public institutions with the highest five-year repayment rates of student loans by Pell Grant recipients   Read more ...

Impact in Education: Elizabeth Beam, Ph.D. 
Elizabeth Beam, Ph.D., is one of the recipients of an Office of Academic Affairs 2018-19 Impact in Education Award. She will receive the Interprofessional Education Scholar Award.   Read more ...

UNMC Graduate Nursing Online Program Climbs in National Rankings 
The graduate online nursing program is tied with four other institutions for 42nd out of 170 ranked schools. It ranked 58th in 2018, 61st in 2017 and 73rd in 2016.   Read more ...

Project to use mobile app, smart scale for chronic disease self-management
The Center for Patient, Family, and Community Engagement in Chronic Care Management (CENTRIC) has funded a pilot project that will use a mobile app and smart scale for chronic disease self-management of co-occurring cardiometabolic conditions (hypertension, type II diabetes, obesity) in Hispanic/Latino adults.   Read more ...

CCNE nursing programs received full 10 years of continuing accreditation
The UNMC College of Nursing recently received word that its Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)-accredited programs -- the B.S.N., M.S.N., Post Masters Certificate, and D.N.P. programs -- have received a full 10 years of continuing accreditation.   Read more ...