• Master of Science in Nursing Education program moves to fully online
    Program's shift online to help meet the current increased demand for nurse educators due to rise in nursing student numbers. To learn more, read the EMU Today story.

    Resumption of Classes

    Most courses will remain "remote" teaching; however the NURS 251L4 labs will resume on Wednesday, January 13, when the university re-opens. All clinical courses will resume at the same time. Students should be in contact with their clinical instructors for their specific start dates, times, and locations to meet. All clinical agency requirements must be completed by Friday, January 8 or you will be prohibited from attending clinicals.    

  • School of Nursing Office Hours
    The School of Nursing office will resume in-office hours on Mondays and Wednesdays from 7 a.m.–4 p.m. on Monday, January, 11. You would need to come to the office during those times, complete your Covid Pass and enter the building from the 1st floor entrance.  We continue to be available via email at [email protected] or via phone 734.487.2310.

  • CONGRATULATIONS:  Sharon Varano, Me Le, Keisha Lovence and Meriam Caboral-Stevens on their publication "Long-Term Quality of Life of Living Kidney Donors Post Nephrectomy:  An Integrative Review," The American Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences.

    ALSO CONGRATULATIONS:  Jaime Eddy, Laura Kovick and Meriam Caboral-Stevens on their publication "Meaningful Recognition:  A Synergy Between the Individual and the Organization," Nursing Management.

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