Nursing students in Haiti for medical mission

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Mar. 25, 2014) – Twenty students* in the “Medical Mission” class went to Mirabalais, Haiti, over the March spring break where they lived in an orphanage and conducted medical clinics. Associate Professor Laurie Brooks and Assistant Professor Deb Grandstaff organized this 2014 trip.

May 9th Graduation Information

Friday, May 9

Graduation Schedule 

All activities will take place at the

Kansas City Scottish Rite,

1330 Lindwood Boulevard,

Kansas City, Missouri

More detailed graduation information will be sent directly to seniors. Tere Naylor organizes graduation activities.




Kansas City Scottish Rite

Bradley and Tally speak at conference in Oklahoma


Kathy Tally, M.S. and Cindy Bradley, M.S.N., R.N. presented a one-day workshop on February 26th, for the 10th Annual Nurse Educator Conference held at Oklahoma City University’s Kramer School of Nursing, sponsored by the Oklahoma Nurses Association.

Simulation in nursing education workshop to be held

On Thursday, March 6 the SUGAR group will hold their quarterly meeting at Saint Luke's College, 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. in room 112. SUGAR--simulation users group around the region--was started by Cindy Bradley, the director of the College Simulation Center. 

Students participate in Nurse Advocacy Day in Jefferson City

Robyn King (left) and Wendy Jones attended the Missouri Nurses Association on (MONA) Nurse Advocacy Day in Jefferson City Wednesday, February 19. There were 656 attendees who traveled from all over Missouri for this yearly Day. King is a second semester senior and Jones will graduate this May.

M.S.N. student finds commonalities in working with horses and patients

Fletcher Schubert is pictured with two colleagues and a boy who was visiting the life-flight. Schubert is on the right.

KANSAS CITY (January 28, 2014) – Agriculture major, horseback rider and rodeo enthusiast—Fletcher Schubert—hadn’t considered a career in nursing until he was hospitalized for surgery in 2002. His male nurse—a former Marine—recommended a nursing career pointing out that he already had many of the needed science courses completed.

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