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Summer 2016 Yes or No sign
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At the Annual Meeting on Saturday, September 24, the JHNAA board will ask for a vote to approve a change to the Bylaws. In an effort to align record-keeping with the University’s calendar, the change would affect Article V, Section 1, and recommend shifting the fiscal year to run July 1 through June 30. For
Summer 2016 Megan Schultz
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"I LOVE BEING A PART OF AN INNOVATIVE SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY THAT CONTINUES TO PUSH BOUNDARIES AND ADVANCE MEDICINE EVERY DAY." MEGHAN SCHULTZ MSN ’14, RN I started my nursing career in pediatric rehabilitation at the Kennedy Krieger Institute. While working full-time night shift, I completed the part-time Health Systems Management Track, and earned my MSN.
Church Notes Church Home And Hospital sign
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Save the Date The Reunion Weekend committee is hard at work to plan activities that will afford for another not-to-miss event September 22-25. There is a room block reserved this year at the Hotel Indigo in the Mount Vernon neighborhood. Thank you to Donna Royster Swope, ’66, and Yetive Hull Habicht, ’66, for serving as
Summer 2016 Jane Marks
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By Jane Marks This year, our class of ’76 is celebrating its 40th reunion from Church Home and Hospital School of Nursing. It is hard to believe that it has been 40 years since we had our white caps placed upon our heads and we received our pin “ego servo.” We busted with pride that
Alumni Update
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Dear Alumni, I hope everyone is well and enjoying all that 2016 has to bring. We had quite a winter here on the East Coast with the epic snowstorm and welcome spring. Despite the winter doldrums, the alumni association stayed busy with activities including the student mentoring program, providing mock interviews for current students, participating
Spring 2016 Scott Greatorex
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“This is a compelling opportunity, both personally and professionally,” says Scott Greatorex, who recently joined the School of Nursing as associate dean for development and alumni relations, responsible for fundraising, alumni relations, and overall development strategy. “It’s a chance to continue building on the university’s reputation as a leader in global problem-solving and the vital
Spring 2016 Scott Greatorex
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“This is a compelling opportunity, both personally and professionally,” says Scott Greatorex, who recently joined the School of Nursing as associate dean for development and alumni relations, responsible for fundraising, alumni relations, and overall development strategy. “It’s a chance to continue building on the university’s reputation as a leader in global problem-solving and the vital
Class News Engagement photos of an alumni
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1943 An energetic 96 years old, Helen Wilcox Gordon keeps in touch with the Alumni Association through email. Most of her career focused on public health and school nursing, but now she claims to be an expert in geriatrics as she interacts with all her friends at her retirement community in California. 1955 Ann Rae
Spring 2016 Alumni Weekend 2015
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SAVE THE DATE FOR ALUMNI WEEKEND! SEPTEMBER 22–25, 2016 The weekend kicks off with Happy Hour at Bond Street Social and continues with opportunities to see the school, tour the hospital, and most importantly enjoy time with your classmates, School of Nursing students, faculty, and the Dean. For more details, go to nursing.jhu.edu/alumniweekend
Spring 2016 REGINALD E. BANNERMAN
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"I LEARNED AT JOHNS HOPKINS THAT YOU HAVE TO PAY IT FORWARD AND BE A POSITIVE  INFLUENCE FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS OF JOHNS HOPKINS NURSES." REGINALD E. BANNERMAN MBA/MSN ’03, BSN ’97, RN, NE-BC Johns Hopkins afforded me a great foundation to build my career and also to give back. The essence of teamwork and dedication
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