Saint Luke's College Students Win Big

Saint Luke’s College nursing students presented their EBP Student Project Posters at the 2016 STTI Spring Research Symposium at Graceland University School of Nursing on April 11, 2016. 

We had two group place first in the contest and the rest had a strong showing. Congratulations to these presenters:

SPRING 2015 N387 Evidence Based Practice in Nursing
Group 12: Matthew Pesely, Martha Krattli
Group 8: Jessica Lawrence, Jessica Roberts, Jason Thomas

Saint Luke's College Celebrates Seniors

Today our Seniors will participate in Associate Professor Kay Luft's test-taking strategies seminar. Before they face a day of learning, we sent them off with a full belly. Thanks to all the seniors who took part in the Chris Cakes festivities.

Graduation is scheduled for May 6. Be sure to check out the details here.

Black History Month Celebration at Saint Luke's College

Students, faculty, and staff celebrated Black History Month with a special speaker event on February 25 at Saint Luke’s College. Four employees from Saint Luke’s Health System and one member of the community talked about their experiences of navigating environments where they were in the minority—attending mostly white schools while growing up, or now working in primarily white office environments. Several speakers also shared information about the history of African American nurses.

College Holds Inauguration for Dr. Benitez

Saint Luke’s College of Health Sciences held the inauguration of Hubert Benitez, DDS, PhD on February 29, 2016.  Dr. Benitez is the fifth President and succeeds outgoing interim President Dr. Dean L. Hubbard.

The mid-day ceremony was held at the WW1 Museum and Memorial at 100 W. 26th Street in Kansas City, Mo. Inauguration guests included the Board of Directors, College faculty and staff, Saint Luke’s Health System employees, and family and friends of Dr. Benitez.

A letter from the President

Welcome back! First and foremost, I hope you had a wonderful Holiday Season and I wish you a happy, healthy and very prosperous 2016. 
 
As we reflect on 2015, I am sure there are many things we are grateful for. In addition, I have no doubt that there were many challenges; professional and academic, and many of us may have encountered personal difficulties. However, as we look into 2016, let's receive it with hope and positive expectation.
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