New honors for the Swain Department of Nursing

The Citadel’s nursing program is being recognized for its excellence by being invited to join the premier nursing honor society, Sigma Theta Tau.

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Swain School servant leaders dedicating futures to caring for others

During a major pandemic, men and women of The Citadel are moving ahead to dedicate their lives to caring for others through careers in healthcare.

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Citadel nursing alumni and students: servant leader heroes during pandemic

Photo above: Citadel Class of 2019 nursing alumna, Tamar Sternfeld, working in protective gear at MUSC in Charleston The Class of 2020 includes the Swain Department of Nursing’s second graduating

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Cadet mentor, future nurse, builder of “Little Free Libraries” selected as Newman Civic Fellow

In recognition of his civic service, Crook was selected as a 2020 Newman Civic Fellow, after being nominated by The Citadel President, Gen. Glenn M. Walters

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Citadel nursing students helping lead the way for breast cancer awareness

The department will be hosting two different events in October to recognize National Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day.

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Citadel’s new nursing program earns national accreditation

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at The Citadel is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.

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Restoring Compassion to Healthcare

The Citadel Healthcare Study Abroad Program, led by Capt. Sarah Imam, M.D., makes health care more personal by requiring students to do more than just observe.

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Two Citadel nursing professors are recognized for excellence in practice

Two nursing professors from The Citadel are the proud recipients of an award that honors registered nurses in our state who exemplify excellence in nursing practice and commitment to the profession.

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21 down, 9,979 to go: The Citadel graduates its first class of nursing students

As seen in The Post & Courier, by Jerrell Floyd By 2030, a major nursing shortage has been predicted for South Carolina — the fourth worst in the country. So

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The Citadel Graduate College celebrates the Class of 2019

The Citadel Graduate College Class (CGC) of 2019 has 456 graduates who have earned either graduate degrees, or undergraduate degrees through the evening or online (non-cadet) programs. That number includes the 20 men and women who earned Bachelor of Science in Nursing degrees through the CGC’s new evening undergraduate nursing program.

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