To a new school year,
To our new home,
And welcome to Johns Hopkins!
Fall 2021 marks our first White Coat Ceremony since COVID-19 began to be conducted in person (for students, in hybrid format so families and friends could join online), our first in our completed building renovation, and our first with new Dean Sarah Szanton. Our keynote speaker is Robert Carter, Senior Director of the Office of Emergency Management for the Johns Hopkins Hospital.
This is an extraordinary moment to become a nurse. Advice from our keynote speaker? “Look at the work in front of you as opportunity. Be brave. Much will be new and intimidating, do it anyway.”
Look at the work in front of you as an opportunity. Be brave. Much will be new and intimidating, do it anyway.Robert Carter, Keynote speaker
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: SYDNEE LOGAN
Sydnee Logan, MA is the Sr. Social Media and Digital Content Specialist for Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. She shares Hopkins Nurses with the world.