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Anne Neuville recently earned her Doctor Nurse Practitioner degree from the URI College of Nursing after four and one-half years— while working full time as a Nurse Practitioner.
Student Affairs is that department in the College of Nursing that doesn’t teach any classes but really is the glue that holds the students and faculty together. Their primary mission is to keep all of the students in the College of Nursing on track to graduate. This includes not only undergraduates but also students working […]
Keeping with the URI slogan “Think Big”, we give you Ms. Kai Younger. Kai is a senior but technically a junior in the College of Nursing at URI because of course requirements. It has taken her a while to get here but it has been a dream for her entire life. Kai is a little […]
How does a family cope when three teenagers lose both their parents suddenly? Terrie Rando was a freshman at the University of Rhode Island; her sister Beth a senior in high school and their brother Tom a junior in high school when their mother died from complications after heart surgery. Their father died of cardiac […]
Dr. Anne P. Manton, PhD. RN, PMHNP-BC, FAEN, FAAN was recently honored as a 2015 University of Rhode Island Distinguished Alumni. She was nominated by Interim Dean Mary Sullivan from the College of Nursing. In the mid 1980’s, Dr. Manton was working at the MGH Institute of Health Professions as an Assistant Professor when she […]
Esther Emard: Routhier Executive in Residence Esther Emard, MSN, RN, MSLIR holds the position of Executive in Residence at The University of Rhode Island College of Nursing. The title however doesn’t really tell you much about what she does. Interim Dean Mary Sullivan had been looking for a person to fill the Routhier Chair of […]
Letter from Interim Dean Sullivan, February 23, 2015 I am honored to lead the College of Nursing as the interim dean following the retirement of Dean Dayle Joseph in 2012. As former director of graduate studies, this is a new role for me with exciting possibilities at a time of unprecedented opportunities for the profession […]
Hometown: Pawtucket, Rhode Island Samantha chose URI because it was close to home, but she’s fallen in love with her professors, who she says are the program’s biggest strength. “All the nursing faculty are very helpful and kind, they always want what’s best for you, and they expect you to work hard. They’re pretty awesome,” […]
Hometown: Windham, New Hampshire Lots of little girls say the want to be a nurse when they grow up, but for Maura, it stuck. And she chose URI as the place to become a nurse because of its reputation and location near beaches and big cities and because “the campus had all of things I […]
Hometown: Bristol, Connecticut Lots of options. That’s what appealed to Morgan about majoring in nursing. And sure enough, with her bachelor’s degree, she’ll be able to move into direct patient care, research, education, or pretty much any area she wants to. And because her mom has always worked in health care settings, she discovered long […]
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