Don't miss the Finals Week Food Truck provided by Jerusalem Cafe in the College parking lot from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. today, May 4.
Kansas City, MO (April 21, 2016) – The Kansas City Council recently pledged its commitment to the nationwide movement Start By Believing. Start by Believing is a public awareness campaign by End Violence Against Women International; leading the way toward a positive community response to survivors of sexual violence.
Following the April 13, 2014, shooting tragedy at the Jewish Community Campus and Village Shalom in Overland Park, Kansas, a group of caring individuals decided that the community has the power to outshine and overcome such senseless acts of hate. SevenDays is a challenge for young and old, to embrace diversity across races, religions, and cultures. Through three events, Faith, Love & Song, Faith, Love & Kindness and Faith, Love & Walk, we hope to promote understanding and encourage kindness to Make a Ripple to Change the World.
WE NEED YOU TO MAKE OUR BLOOD DRIVE A SUCCESS! Please share the gift of life with local hospital patients who need it by donating at the Saint Luke's College blood drive.
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
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.
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.