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Jill Chonody Publishes Book “Social Work Practice With Older Adults”

Jill Chonody, assistant professor in Boise State University’s School of Social Work partnered with Barbra Teater, associate professor in the School of Social Work, (The College of Staten Island) to write and publish a textbook on, “Social Work Practice With … (Read More) Jill Chonody Publishes Book “Social Work Practice With Older Adults”

Boise State University Nursing Students Volunteer at Saint Alphonsus Annual Neonatal Intensive Care Anniversary Harvest Party

Karen Godard, assistant clinical professor for the School of Nursing, and seven senior nursing students volunteered at the Saint Alphonsus Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Harvest Party held in Boise on October 7. Godard has taken student volunteers to the … (Read More) Boise State University Nursing Students Volunteer at Saint Alphonsus Annual Neonatal Intensive Care Anniversary Harvest Party

School of Nursing Professional to Deliver Holistic Admissions Training to Enhance Diversity Within the Nursing Profession

Tamara Martinez-Anderson, the School of Nursing’s marketing and community engagement manager, is serving on the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Holistic Admissions in Academic Nursing (HAHN) Consulting Group. Holistic review is a university admissions strategy that assesses an … (Read More) School of Nursing Professional to Deliver Holistic Admissions Training to Enhance Diversity Within the Nursing Profession

Respiratory Care Faculty and Students Present at AARC Congress Conference 2017

The School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Respiratory Care students and faculty recently traveled to the American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC) Congress 2017 in Indianapolis, Indiana on October 4-7 to present research. Boise State University was well represented … (Read More) Respiratory Care Faculty and Students Present at AARC Congress Conference 2017

Radiologic Sciences Faculty Give Back

In an effort to contribute in meaningful ways to their profession, a number of faculty members in the School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Radiologic Sciences have recently taken on leadership positions in a variety of state and national … (Read More) Radiologic Sciences Faculty Give Back

School of Nursing Members Recognized at Nurse Leaders of Idaho Celebrating Nursing Dinner

Boise State University is proud to announce and recognize two members of the School of Nursing who earned well-deserved recognition at the annual Nurse Leaders of Idaho (NLI) 2017 Celebrating Nursing Dinner. Pam Strohfus, associate professor and coordinator for the … (Read More) School of Nursing Members Recognized at Nurse Leaders of Idaho Celebrating Nursing Dinner

Athletic Training Program Hosts Students From Japan

Boise State University’s athletic training program and World Languages department partner each year to host Hosei University from Tokyo, Japan, in a two-week long intensive English program. Within this program, students from Hosei university can participate in athletic training workshops, … (Read More) Athletic Training Program Hosts Students From Japan

Boise State Joins Community Partnership to Assist Mothers of Preterm Infants

Jane Grassley, professor and Jody DeMeyer Endowed Chair for Nursing at Boise State University has partnered with Cindi Bennett, St. Luke’s lead lactation consultant, and Cindy Galloway, breastfeeding coordinator for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program at the Central District … (Read More) Boise State Joins Community Partnership to Assist Mothers of Preterm Infants

The School of Social Work Helps Host “A Night with Refugee Storytellers”

The Boise State University School of Social Work and Service-Learning Program partnered with the Idaho Office for Refugees to host “A Night with Refugee Storytellers” at Boise State. The event took place on Thursday, October 12 in the Simplot Ballroom … (Read More) The School of Social Work Helps Host “A Night with Refugee Storytellers”

Jon Larkin Presents On Writing Panel “Why Writing Matters”

Jon Larkin, director of development for the College of Health Sciences, was recently one of three speakers asked to present on the panel “Why Writing Matters” at the First Year Writing Program’s Speaker Forum at Boise State University. Alongside Larkin … (Read More) Jon Larkin Presents On Writing Panel “Why Writing Matters”