Specialties: Neurological nursing, Geriatric nursing, Instructional technology
Teaches Courses Like: Conceptual Framework for Nursing, Evidence Based Practice, Instructional Methods for Nurse Leaders
EMU nursing graduates develop a personal art of nursing, having a sense of the sacred
in moments and places, and a profound sense of respect for all people. EMU nurses are concerned with the “whole” person, family and community. They learn to
work in any setting where nurses are needed.
Nurses who have studied at EMU now work in community-based health services, primary care settings, education, long-term care, mental health, emergency nursing, critical care nursing, medical-surgical nursing, pediatric nursing, obstetrical nursing, occupational health nursing, forensic nursing, home health nursing and international settings. Learn more about the highlights of our program and our NCLEX RN pass-rate.
Students participate in a white coat ceremony at the beginning of their first semester in the clinical level of the nursing program.
Senior nursing students spent 16 days volunteering with Midwives for Haiti in 2016. Here students perform a newborn exam in the jungle near Cabestor, Haiti.
Luella Kaufman Glanzer ’06, nursing retention program coordinator with UVA Health Systems, at the Virginia Nursing Association awards ceremony this fall with her husband Monte Glanzer ’07. She was recognized as one among 40 exceptional rising nursing leaders under age 40.
Rebekah Maldonado-Nofziger, '12 nursing graduate, is a fellow with Strengthening Care Opportunities through Partnership in Ethiopia. In that role, she is part of a team working with a specific intervention called Faith Leaders Advocating for Maternal Empowerment.