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Faculty Honored for Years of ServiceSeveral College of Nursing faculty will be honored for their years of service at SU’s Annual Staff Appreciation Celebration hosted by our president, Stephen Sundborg, SJ. Please join us in thanking them for their dedication to SU and for the many contributions they have made to the College of Nursing.
National Nurses Week Events: May 6-12Seattle University College of Nursing invites you to celebrate National Nurses Week with us!
Congratulations 2013 Alpha Sigma Nu InducteesThis year there are 17 inductees from the College of Nursing. Please join us in congratulating them!
A community of scholars, educating nursing leaders committed to service and social justice.
We embody the Jesuit values of service to others; a commitment to social justice, and life-long learning. Additionally, our values embrace the global community, humanitarian emphasis, leadership, scholarship, clinical competence and collegiality.
Seattle University College of Nursing is a learning community comprised of students, faculty, staff, and health care professionals who support each other in providing quality educational programs and pursuing scholarly endeavors.
We actively work to assure the provision of quality nursing care to vulnerable and under served populations.
We sustain a dynamic educational process that responds to changes in the health care needs of the community.
We employ creative teaching strategies for the promotion of critical thinking and ethical individual skills and talents.
We seek diversity in our students and faculty and value diversity in our community.
We are committed to the advancement of nursing knowledge through scholarship, research and publication.
We promote nursing leadership by graduating students who are competent and confident in their abilities and who recognize a responsibility to use their Seattle University education for the health and welfare of their communities.
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