Nursing is the fastest-growing profession in healthcare. According to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), nurses represent more than one-third of healthcare workers.
"Nurses: Inspire, Innovate, Influence" is the theme for this year's National Nurses Week. We asked three nursing leaders at SNHU about mentors who have inspired and influenced their careers.
Dr. Nancy Robert '84MBA career has taken her on a diverse path, yet it's one that has allowed her to build off skills and knowledge from each step before and continue growth in new fields.
According to Gallup polls, nursing has ranked as the most honest and ethical profession 16 years in the running.
Maureen Banks '93MBA didn't start out wanting to be a nurse. She experienced an aspirational revelation when she began a summer job at a skilled nursing facility after graduating from high school.
A writer's inspiration can be a tricky thing: when you have it, you may not notice it, but when you need it the most, it's hard to catch.
In recent years, headlines about cyber security have become increasingly commonplace. For companies of all sizes, keeping information safe is a growing concern.
The U Attend program seeks to encourage increased attendance by students a Tilden Middle School by rewarding them with game tickets, player meetings and outings to the Union's Talen Energy Stadium.
The Deborah L. Coffin Women's Center organized a belated International Women's Day on April 17 that reflected on achievements toward equality and embraced this year's theme, Press for Progress.
The third annual Suits and Sneakers Hiring Event and Career Combine served as the conclusion of Scoring in Transition, a career skills series for military veterans put on by the Celtics and SNHU.