College of Nursing Spotlights
Alumnus Sue Collier (BSN ’81, MSN ’91) established the Dorothy Marshall Cummings Nursing Honors Scholarship to honor her mother's lifelong commitment to nursing and caring for others.[details...]
The College of Nursing’s reputation as a leader in simulation-based education played a role in bringing a statewide conference on simulation technology to East Carolina University in May.[details...]
East Carolina University students who are pursuing a nursing major and want to get involved outside of the classroom need look no further than the East Carolina Association of Nursing Students, or ECANS. The group has been named ECU’s Outstanding Organization of the Year for 2013-2014 and is moving full steam ahead with its mission of promoting leadership and professional development for students studying to become nurses.[details...]
When the National Student Nurses Association Convention was held April 9-13, in Nashville, Tenn., the East Carolina University College of Nursing was hard to miss. More than 20 East Carolina Association of Nursing Students members attended the 62nd Annual event, with several of those presenting research posters or being honored as awardees.[details...]
The East Carolina University College of Nursing hosted Dr. Anonia Villarruel, the incoming dean of the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, on April 8. Villarruel discussed the extensive research she conducted to determine the efficacy of ¡Cuídate!, a sexual risk-reduction program for Latino adolescents that was endorsed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.[details...]
The East Carolina University College of Nursing inducted nine members to its Hall of Fame during a ceremony held at Rock Springs Center in Greenville on Friday, March 7. The event, which also recognized the 2014 Distinguished Alumnus, honored outstanding contributors to nursing in the areas of education, administration, research and practice.[details...]
The ECU College of Nursing introduced first-year nursing students to the profession at its spring pinning ceremony on Thursday, March 6.[details...]
ECU College of Nursing's Beta Nu Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International received its 11th Chapter Key Award at the 42nd Biennial Convention that was held Nov. 16-20 in Indianapolis.[details...]
Dr. Martha “Marti” Engelke, professor and associate dean for research and creative activity in the College of Nursing at East Carolina University, was one of 172 nurse leaders inducted at the AAN’s 40th annual meeting in Washington, D.C.[details...]
East Carolina University's College of Nursing is among eight schools in the nation to receive top recognition for the way it teaches students.
ECU has been named a Center of Excellence for 2011-2015 by the National League for Nursing.
The college will be formally recognized at a special presentation Sept. 23 at the NLN's annual Education Summit in Orlando, Fla.
Significant contributors to nursing education, administration, research and practice were honored Friday night, February 25, 2011 as 40 nurses were inducted into the inaugural "Hall of Fame" of the East Carolina University College of Nursing.[details...]
Governor Beverly Perdue recently visited the College of Nursing at East Carolina University and was given a tour of the the Nurse Anesthesia program by program director, Dr. Maura McAuliffe.[details...]
The Lamp of Learning Ceremony is a College of Nursing event that celebrates the transition of first-year nursing students into the clinical aspect of the undergraduate program. The fall Lamp of Learning Ceremony was held on September 17, 2009, in the Health Sciences Building on ECU’s west campus.
Click here to view a video of the ceremony.
With more than 1,200 students, the College of Nursing has grown rapidly to become the biggest in the state. But growth hasn’t changed the expectation that an East Carolina nurse be smart, savvy and dedicated to improving health care in the rural east.[details...]
East Carolina University's College of Nursing announced today its first endowed distinguished professorship named in honor of former university Chancellor Emeritus Richard R. Eakin. Please click here to view a recording of the event.[details...]