An interest in care and health in different cultures has led Nancy Godfrey, RN, PhD, to a remarkable 35-year career in international health. After caring for refugees in Sudan and Thailand, she obtained an MS in Community Health in Developing Countries and a PhD in Social Policy from the London School of Economics. She has worked in more than 20 countries addressing health and social sector issues. She joined USAID in 2001, and currently serves as a program director in Iraq.... Read More
Encouraging Networking & Participation in the College of Nursing
The mission of the Alumni Association is to support the College of Nursing by fostering lifelong relationships among alumni, faculty, and students through opportunities to learn, network, to be recognized, and to give back. The Association is headed by a board of directors that is actively involved with alumni and in the life of the College. Upon commencement, nursing graduates automatically become a member of the Alumni Association and there are no dues required.
The Association continues to evolve to best serve our alumni. We invite you to stay connected with us, share your updates and career highlights, and to join with us in support of building relationships and advancing your nursing career.
The University of Utah College of Nursing Alumni Association invites alumni from the 1980s classes to a reunion on Thursday, November 3, 2016.... Read More
This month, the college opened a new display, the “Legacy of Nursing” collection on the third floor, and honored Kaufman, who retired in 2012, for her efforts to collect and preserve many of the pieces. ... Read More
Kim Friddle, MS, NNP-BC, College of Nursing PhD graduate and Clinical Nurse Specialist in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit at Primary Children's Medical Center has been awarded the Excellence in Advancing Nursing Science Award from the American Association of Colleges of Nursing.... Read More
Pamela Cipriano, PhD '92, American Nurses Association (ANA), Receives 2014 Distinguished Alumni Award... Read More
Washington, DC alums Ansilene Ozberkmen and Eileen Engh provide day-long intensive program for nursing students prior to their Hinckley Institute Capital Encounter program. The DC Experience teaches nursing students how their voice matters and how they can affect change.... Read More