Leslie Beebe, MSN, RN, senior lecturer, received the 2018 NAMI Lexington Pioneer Award. NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
Watch why the University of Kentucky family has much to be thankful for as we reflect back the impact our students, faculty and staff made for those in the Bluegrass - and beyond - in 2018.
The UK College of Nursing held its second semiannual Blessing of the Hands Ceremony on January, 8, during which incoming nursing students heard remarks from College of Nursing faculty and UK HealthCare's chaplain.
University of Kentucky Police Officer Alan Saylor is alive today thanks to the quick action of UK Gatton Student Center employees. Three full-time employees and a part-time student employee administered aid and another called 911 following Saylor's collapse Thursday morning in the Student Center where his office is located.
Ellen Hahn, PhD, RN, FAAN, professor and director of BREATHE, was recently featured on the “UK at the HALF” live radio broadcast (statewide and beyond) of the Texas A&M/UK men’s basketball game on Tuesday, Jan. 8.
Linda Gorton, Lexington's newest mayor and graduate of the University of Kentucky College of Nursing, was officially sworn in on Sunday, January 6.
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“The umbrella of nursing extends so wide that one of the beauties of it is you are always learning,” says Erika Ventura-Castellon, December BSN graduate.
The College of Nursing proudly celebrated the class of December 2018 at its pinning ceremony on Friday, December 14, at the Singletary Center for the Arts.
Faculty and students from the University of Kentucky College of Nursing attended the annual Feast on Equality at the Gatton Student Center on Friday, December 7.