September 01, 2009
Welcome Dr. Diane Jamison
We would like to welcome Dr. Diane Jamison to the Department of Nursing. Dr. Jamison's specialty is community health nursing. She will be teaching nursing courses and will be program coordinator of our new bachelors in community health program. We are looking forward to working with Dr. Jamison.
November 17, 2007
Dr. Tymkow Presented at Northwest Indiana Nursing Research Consortium Conference
Catherine Tymkow, DNP,APRN,CNE presented Enhancing Substance Abuse Knowledge and Applications for Practicing Nurses: A Web-Based Transdisciplinary Program at the Northwest Indiana Nursing Research Consortium Conference: New Dimensions in Nursing Research: Impacting Patient Outcomes Through Research. Friday, November 16, 2007 in Merrillville, Indiana.
June 12, 2007
From Alabama to Vietnam and the South Suburbs
Colonel (Retired) Constance Edwards, Army Nurse Corps, known at GSU as Dr. Constance Edwards, nursing faculty was one of the speakers on the program of the two month traveling exhibit “Changing the Face of Medicine: Celebrating Female Physicians. Approximately 35 people attended the 2-hour session, including nursing students (one in attendance is an Iraq nurse veteran), community residents, university staff and faculty two male Vietnam Veterans, members of the National Women Veterans United, and GSU public relations staff. Also in attendance were family members of a former GSU nursing student, Hakeem Ishola, who was officially sworn into the Army as 1LT by Col (Ret) Edwards. The Power Point presentation took a journey from racially segregated south and segregated nursing school with highlights on Nursing in Vietnam and how military nursing has helped to change the face of medicine. The Suburban Star photographer and reporter stayed throughout the program with Lindsay Gladstone from University Public Relations and Lydia Morrow, coordinator of the program. A full-page article appeared in the May 27, 2007 Sunday edition of the paper.