His journey has brought Dr. Sy Ear, '16, from war-ravaged Cambodia to the stage of the Tacoma Dome where he is one of the recipients of UW Tacoma's first doctoral degree.
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Having started a nonprofit with her husband, Mwanaidi Lokeno, '16, plans to get a graduate degree in nursing and then work to eliminate female genital mutilation.
Janet Runbeck's work to raise awareness of and prevent human trafficking is just the latest example of her selfless career.
Janet Primomo, one of three founding faculty members of UW Tacoma's Nursing Program, has been named a 2015 Health Champion by the Washington State Public Health Association.
Joyce Ells, who has a 2008 Master of Nursing degree, is featured in an in-depth story in The News Tribune about the vital role school nurses play in child health and wellness.
Kathleen Shannon Dorcy, senior lecturer in Nursing & Healthcare Leadership, has been appointed to lead the newly formed Clinical/Nursing Research, Education and Practice department at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.
Accompanying $350,000 grant will fund Haerling’s research in simulated learning activities for nursing students.
“The Partnership Payoff” details school involvement in local issues like healthcare, environment, education and more.
UW Tacoma nursing alumna Jan Runbeck, '06, explains on The Daily Show why she is so happy about the closure of her clinic.
Nursing professor of 16 years will be inducted into the Academy of Emergency Nursing this October for her leadership, mentorship and research.