When I sit down to interview Amy Irving, she tells me about Mennonite College of Nursing’s mission and all of the important work her colleagues are doing—but she dodges all talk about her own successes.
Cody Yochum’s seven-on, seven-off begins on Fridays in Tulsa, Oklahoma, at St. John Medical Center, where he works as a hospitalist in the ICU and critical care units.
Let us tell you a story about a group of students sunbathing between work shifts, a secret key used to help students sneak out at night, lipstick on bed pillows, a few friends hitchhiking across state lines.
Throughout our lives, many of us search for meaning.
The year was 1945. As a part of many patients’ treatment plans, a nurse would give them an alcohol and powder back rub in the evening.
We asked our community to share a photo that captures a meaningful moment related to nursing or the Mennonite College of Nursing (MCN) and to explain the image in their own words.
Entering Mennonite College of Nursing’s Centennial Gala was like stepping into a 1920s dream. From dapper suits to flapper gowns, the college’s community was dressed to the nines. Glasses clinked and laughter filled the room as friends new and old gathered to celebrate the college’s 100th anniversary. In a red floor-length lace gown, Dean Judy
An organization is only as good as the people who make it, and the Mennonite College of Nursing (MCN) shines brighter because of two stars who have helped make us who we are. On May 7, MCN celebrated the careers of two faculty heading off for retirement: Lynn Kennell and Denise Wilson. The legacy they
Cancer survivors, those currently battling cancer of all kinds, their families, and special university/community guests are invited to the Play 4Kay pregame reception on February 18.
The deadline to submit nominations for the 2018 awards ceremony is December 31, 2017.