Connell School of Nursing alumna Deborah Washington, director of Diversity for Patient Care Services at Massachusetts General Hospital, will receive the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Black Nurses Association, to be presented in August at the association’s annual institute and conference.
NBNA Lifetime Achievement Award honorees are selected based on their outstanding contributions to the profession of nursing and their work to promote the mission and goals of the NBNA.
The scenario is a familiar one: Floodwaters ravage communities, causing widespread death and destruction. Questions are raised about authorities’ land management and responses to the disaster. Consequences, for the land and its people, are far-reaching and in some cases permanent.
Hurricane Katrina, the great Mississippi flood of 1927 and similar events in modern history – including the recent crisis at the Oroville Dam in California – often serve as case studies for the complex relationship between man and environment. But Associate Professor of History Ling Zhang finds equally compelling lessons from a disaster in medieval China, and her book on the subject has been recognized by the premier organization in the emerging, interdisciplinary field of environmental history.
Tuesday, March 28. Though matters of rape and sexual assault are issues that college students face throughout the year, the WC holds Concerned About Rape Education (CARE) Week during the spring semester of every year which focuses on raising awareness about sexual assault and intimate partner violence on and off campus.
Alumna Darlene (MacIsaac) Hinojosa, a nurse practitioner and colonel in the Army Nurse Corps, U.S. Army Reserve, has been honored with the Connell School of Nursing’s 2016 Dean Rita P. Kelleher Award. Read the complete story
Last night comedian Kevin Hart tweeted that, ahead of two Sunday night shows at the TD Garden, he would run a “spontaneous” 5K at the Chestnut Hill Reservoir at 8:45 a.m. So I went. Read the complete article