Hyochol “Brian” Ahn, PhD, MSN, MS-CTS, MS-ECE, APRN, ANP-BC, FAAN, the first Asian-American dean of the College of Nursing, is interviewed.
The Cottonwood Public Library, in partnership with the Cottonwood Parks and Recreation Department, took a group of teenagers to the top of the Mount Humphreys trail in Flagstaff on July 16 as part of the Get Out program. Get Out was funded by a grant from the American Library Association, in conjunction with the Center for Rural Health in the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health.
John Galgiani, MD, director of the Valley Fever Center for Excellence, will receive the AZBio Pioneer Award, which recognizes his career accomplishments.
A new study by UArizona Cancer Center researchers piloted a unique outreach strategy to foster dialogue between basic scientists and community members.
The Arizona State Nursing Board is addressing the state’s nursing shortage through new grant funding approved by lawmakers. The board received $75 million for the next three years through the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System.
The College of Nursing will use a $2.6 million HRSA grant to deploy immersive managed practice adaptable clinical training in 2024.
The ROSA program is geared to open channels of communication between research scientists and community members.
Wolfgang Puck Catering site to offer seasonally inspired dining, grab-and-go foods for faculty, staff and students daily.
The UArizona College of Nursing was one of 50 institutions nationwide to receive a Health Resources and Services Administration grant to increase the number and diversity of Doctor of Nursing Practice students in clinical rotations at Federally Qualified Health Center partners in southern Arizona.