College of Nursing News and Events
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College of Nursing News
2019 College of Nursing Student Reception
Pinning, Scholarship and White Coat Ceremony
Keynote Speaker: Helen Clancy, DNP, MBA, LNHA
Adjunct Faculty SUNY Upstate College of Nursing and Keuka College
Recipient of the 2019 President's Award for Excellence in Teaching and the 2019 Distinguished Faculty Award.
In addition to her passion for teaching, Dr. Clancy remains active on local boards and professional nursing orgainizations.
The College of Nursing has announced that starting in the Spring 2019 semester, the Bachelor of Science Program will be fully online. The online program affords the working nurse greater flexibility and responds to the demand of the nursing population as a whole. Students may now apply to this program for the Spring semester.
Student and Alumni News
Meet some of the College of Nursing's outstanding students and alumni. Read stories of student and faculty activities, honors, and happenings.
Meet DNP Student Brandy Baillargeon.
Meet recent Family Nurse Practitioner program graduate Brandiss Pearson-McIntyre.
Emergency Nurse Practitioner Fellowship
The SUNY Upstate Emergency Nurse Practitioner Fellowship Program is a highly intensive, 18 month clinical and didactic training program designed to train family nurse practitioners in the delivery of high quality, evidence based emergency care to patients across the lifespan. This fellowship builds upon the educational preparation accomplished through the graduate academic family nurse practitioner curriculum in congruence with the American Academy of Emergency Nurse Practitioners (AAENP) delineated scope and standards. Upstate's program is one of only 18 in the United States featured by the AAENP. Further information on the Fellowship program, including information on how to apply can be found on the Upstate ENP Fellowship website.
College of Nursing receives $1.8 million federal grant to meet a community need
A four-year grant of more than $1.8 million to the College of Nursing from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will be used to increase the number of family Psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners (FPMHNP) in rural communities and in medically underserved communities, such as Syracuse.
The grant is part of the Behavioral Health Workforce Education Training program (BHWET) at HRSA and is designed to develop a culturally competent and diverse workforce.
Read more about this award and the goals of the BHWET program.