Kim Schafer Astroth accepted an appointment to serve as the interim assistant dean for the undergraduate programs at Mennonite College of Nursing (MCN), beginning January 2016.
The $50,000 high-tech patient simulator helps Mennonite College of Nursing students learn how to care for a sick infant in a safe environment while supervised by their faculty mentors.
Ionela Morosanu shares her journey from Romania to Illinois State to Georgetown’s certified registered nurse anesthetist program.
Summer graduates from Mennonite College of Nursing’s accelerated B.S.N., traditional B.S.N., and online RN-B.S.N. programs gathered August 7 at the Alumni Center for a graduation celebration.
Meet Robert Thurman, a senior nursing student from Champaign. He is an academic senator in the Student Government Association and was a Preview guide this past summer.
CFRE International has named Jennifer Ward as a Certified Fund Raising Executive. Ward is director of development for Illinois State University’s Mennonite College of Nursing.
Alumna Sue Albee Grant, B.S.N. ’95, received the 2015 Public Health Worker of the Year award from the Illinois Public Health Association (IPHA).
After 22 years of teaching at Mennonite College of Nursing, Associate Professor Susan Kossman retired in May. Over the years, she has taught almost all of the programs offered in the college.
Mennonite College of Nursing has a history of association with groups who care for and serve people in need throughout the world.
Illinois State’s nursing program is demanding. It’s even harder for Michael Binder. The junior nursing major from Downers Grove doesn’t have a left hand.