Congratulation to Dr. Donna Nickitas on her recent publication, "Psychometric Evaluation of the Service-Learning," in Nursing Inventory in the July/August 2016 issue, Vol.37, No. 4, Pgs 201-209. Read more
Margarett Alexandre PhDc with CUNY/York College Nursing Students (Rising Stars of Research and Scholarship) and Sigma Theta Tau President Dr. Cathey Catrambone at the 27th International Nursing Research Congress in Cape Town, South Africa. Read more
(L to R) Cynthia Sterling-Fox, Camille Hamilton, Marva Fredericks, Pearlah Roberts, Linda Bradley, and Dr. Donna Nickitas.
The Nursing Program would like to welcome everyone back for the Fall 2016 semester. In addition, greetings to the Cohort 11 new students. Read more
PhDc Randy Gross
GC Nursing PhDc Randy Gross pens a well-written article titled, "Breaking Down Harmful Stereotypes about Nurses" in the Memorial Sloan Kettering newsletter. Click here for the full article.
(L to R) Steven Baumann, Martha Whetsell, Maria Mowassee, Donna Nickitas.
Congratulation!! to Dr. Maria Mowassee on her successful dissertation defense titled, "The Lived Experience of Fathers With Advanced Cancer" at the Graduate Center on Tues.June 6, 2016 Read more
Congratulation to Nursing Alumni Dr. Paul Quinn on his recent publication, A Grounded Theory Study of How Nurses Integrate Pregnancy amd Full-Time Employment: Becoming Someone Different, in the May/June Nursing Researcg Journal Vol. 65, 3. Read more
Nursing Student Fernand A. De Los Reyes writes letter, Higher nurse staffing yield healthier patients in The Journal News.
Donna Nickitas, GC Nursing Executive Officer
GC Nursing EO Dr. Donna Nickitas publishes, How Nurse Educators Are Impacting the Future of Nursing.
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Dr. Nickitas with Michelle Sun and Nursing student.
GC Nursing EO Donna Nickitas was invited to join Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing's Future Closing Bell Ceremony of the New York Stock Exchange in honor of National Nurses Week and in celebration of the nursing profession. Read more
"I taught myself to read by age eight or nine," Ph.D. candidate Darcel Reyes (Nursing) says. "Maybe that is why health literacy was the topic of my doctoral research." Read more