Also called “Vigilando,” our alumni motto which means “forever watchful” as a reminder of our historical and continuing focus on patient advocacy and a strong ethical and moral foundation for practice, this section features news and stories from past graduates.


Alumni Update Fall 2020

Dear Alumni, Just like Hopkins Nurses, this year has been unique. We had to adjust our traditional programming and adapt to new methods of...
Alumni | 11/16/20

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  • Fall 2022 Class News

    Carolyn C. Boykin, ’56 passed away at the age of 92 in early May. When she retired at 82, she was
    Alumni | 11/09/22
  • Alumni Community Week

    At the end of September, the Johns Hopkins Nurses’ Alumni Association (JHNAA) hosted its first
    Alumni | 11/09/22
  • Alumni Awards Roundup

    Congratulations to all 2022 JHNAA and Dean’s Award winners. JHNAA Award winners Siew Lee
    Alumni | 11/09/22
  • Church Notes Fall 2022

    By Deborah Corteggiano Kennedy, ’73 This past spring, we were grateful to celebrate a reunion
    Alumni | 11/09/22
  • New Alumni Leaders

    The Johns Hopkins Nurses’ Alumni Association (JHNAA) has welcomed public health nurse and
    Alumni | 11/02/22
  • Breaking the Mold: Alumni Talk with Christina Marea

    Who were you before becoming a nurse? Now visualize how that influences who you become as a nurse.
    Alumni | 06/09/22
  • Alumni Update Spring 2022

    By Jane W. Ball, DrPH, MPH, RN Dear Alumni, Springtime weather is finally emerging, allowing us to
    Alumni | 04/27/22
  • Church Notes Spring 2022

    By Deborah Corteggiano Kennedy, ’73 Reunion Weekend Reunion Weekend 2022 was a wonderful time to
    Alumni | 04/26/22
  • Remembrance

    Diane Demarest Becker, ’64, was a champion of community care Diane Becker, ScD, MPH, RN, an
    Alumni | 04/26/22
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