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Nursing Newsletters

The Synapse, the College of Arts and Sciences Nursing department newsletter provides updates on program changes, facilities improvements, and student, alumni, and faculty activities. 

Summer 2021 (pdf)

Bethel announces the new undergraduate Nursing, Social Work, and Community Health department, the Nurse Midwifery program is seeking ACME accreditation, faculty are doing exciting and vital work in Uganda, faculty and alumni highlights, and much more

Summer 2020 (pdf)

New pathway for Bethel students working toward their Doctor of Nursing Practice, update from nursing alumni in the field, cutting-edge faculty research, retiree faculty highlights, and more

Summer 2019 (pdf)

Bethel's undergraduate Nursing degree moves from a B.S. to a B.S.N., NCF Graduates' Mentorship pilot program announced, faculty and student highlights, Faculty retires, and much more

Amanda Voss King's address to the Nursing Class of 2021

Spring 2018 (pdf)

New Doctorate of Nursing Practice program announced, faculty perspectives, new faculty and retires, and more

Spring 2017 (pdf)

Accreditation update, Tiffany induction, new faculty and staff, student spotlight, and more. 

Spring 2016 (pdf)

Tiffany receives unique certification, Marge Schaffer retires, the first Nurse-Midwifery cohort nears graduation, and more.

Spring 2015 (pdf)

Department celebrates 30 years, White Coat Ceremony grant, M.S.: Nurse Educator expands online, and more.

Spring 2014 (pdf)

Announcement of the Nurse-Midwifery program, Simulatation experiences, Karen Drake named Distinguished Nurse of the Year, and more. 

Spring 2013 (pdf)

Master's of Nursing change, Uganda Christian University celebrates first graduating class, Maureen Juarez retires, and more.

Fall 2010 (pdf)

Larson Family Nursing Center, Changes to undergraduate curriculum, Edgren Scholar's Award, and more.

Spring 2010 (pdf)

Marjorie Schaffer named University Professor, Uganda Christian University master's students visit Bethel, and more.

Fall 2009 (pdf)

New lab unveiled, partnership with Norwegian university, new curriculum, and more.