CSU has also pursued a collaborative partnership with Daejeon Health Sciences University in Daejeon, South Korea, following a trip to the country by Hynes and Dr. Lisa Eichelberger, dean of the College of Health.
May 2015 saw two Clayton State University faculty, eight RN-BSN nursing students, and a physician with a specialty in radiology, travel to the island of La Gonave, Haiti, for the School of Nursing’s annual Haiti Study Abroad program.
A May 2014 graduate of the Clayton State University Master of Science in Nursing program, Colleen Walters is now a faculty member in the Clayton State School of Nursing, and is currently serving her second “tour” as part of the College of Health’s study abroad program in Guadalajara, Mexico.
The Georgia Nursing Leadership Coalition (GNLC) will hold its Leadership Institute, “Widening Your Leadership Lens: Preparing for the Board,” at Clayton State University in the Harry S. Downs Center on Monday, May 11.
The College of Health and School of Nursing at Clayton State University will once again be welcoming colleagues and friends from Daejeon Health Sciences University of Daejeon, South Korea.
“I always knew that I wanted to be a nurse, just like my aunt. She graduated from this very school in 1971 with her Associate’s Degree in Nursing. It took me a while to get here, but I have almost made it,” says Elizabeth Kelly, a Clayton State University senior with a Nursing major and a major passion for nursing.
Clayton State University Assistant Professor of Nursing Charlotte Swint was recently accepted into the 43rd class of the Clayton County Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Clayton program.
For the 11th consecutive year, the School of Nursing (SoN) at Clayton State University has received grant money from the Board of Regents (BOR) of the University System of Georgia.
The on-going relationship between Clayton State University of Morrow, Ga., and Daejeon Health Sciences University of Daejeon, South Korea, continues to flourish and expand following a visit to South Korea earlier this month by Clayton State University President Dr. Thomas Hynes and Dean of the College of Health Dr. Lisa Eichelberger.