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June

    • 10th Annual Behavioral Health Counseling Alumni Dinner

      June 30, 2012

      On June 20, the Behavioral Health Counseling department held its 10th Annual Alumni Dinner. Music by guest flutist Lisamarie McGrath welcomed alumni into the room as they reunited with their classmates and professors.

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    • Allen Talks Breasts on Magazine Covers and Time-Outs for Adults

      June 30, 2012

      Argie Allen, PhD, was interviewed on NBC's The TODAY Show May 10 in a segment about how parents can learn to avoid shouting when children are demanding their attention in undesirable ways.

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    • Da Vinci Donnelly

      June 1, 2012

      "I always liked to go to art museums and read about artists' visions and struggles," said Dean Gloria Donnelly, who began exploring the watercolor medium six or seven years ago. After speaking with an artist who exhibited at a local gallery that she enjoyed visiting, Dean Donnelly made...

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    • You Never Know Who You’re Inspiring: Clements Becomes Distinguished Alumnus

      June 1, 2012

      This month, Paul Clements, PhD, Associate Clinical Professor in the Division of Graduate Nursing, received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Cumberland County Community College. It is the most prestigious and selective honor that the College awards its graduates; only thirty-seven alumni...

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    • The Patient is Waiting: Kimberly Schaefer Puts Her Award in Nursing Informatics to Work

      June 1, 2012

      “This is the perfect job for me. I absolutely love what I do“, said Kimberly Schaefer, Industry Solutions Practice Manager for Healthcare at AT&T. Schaefer’s career has followed an organic evolution, beginning in pharmaceutical sales where she quickly developed a passion...

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    • The College of Nursing and Health Professions in The New York Times

      June 1, 2012

      In a lengthy article about changing degree requirements for nurses published on June 23, The New York Times features Jennifer Matton, who is working at Abington Hospital while pursuing her BSN at Drexel’s College of Nursing and Health Professions, saying “Its online RN to BSN program began in the late 1990s with a few dozen students and today has 650.

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    • The New Innovative Program Promotes Interprofessional Leadership

      June 1, 2012

      In January, the College of Nursing and Health Professions implemented the Macy Undergraduate Leadership Fellows Program (MULFP,) a program developed by tenured Associate Professor Roberta Waite, PhD, who additionally serves as the Assistant Dean of Academic Integration and Evaluation of Community Programs.

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