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April 15-16, 2019

April 15-16, 2019

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  • Kim McIltrot to Lead No. 1 DNP Program

    Kim McIltrot has been named director of the DNP Program. "This leadership position is key to our school’s future and, more broadly, to the future of nursing, nationally and globally, as we work to create a new generation of nurse leaders to address health care challenges common across many nations," said Dean Patricia Davidson. Congratulations, Dr. McIltrot.

  • Armstrong Grand Rounds

    Nursing Dean Robin Newhouse of Indiana University presents “Indiana University Grand Challenge: Responding to the Addictions Crisis” noon-1 p.m. Wednesday, April 24, Hurd Hall at Johns Hopkins Hospital. In-person attendees can receive CNE credit. Or watch a simulcast.

  • NIH Grant

    Professor Deborah Gross has received an R21 grant from the National Institutes of Health for “Strengthening Parenting Capacities in Pre-K to Improve Social-Behavioral Readiness and Later School Outcomes.” Congratulations!

  • Faculty Candidate: Lucine Francis

    Lucine Francis, Morton K. and Jane Blaustein Postdoctoral Fellow in Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing, presents “Promoting a Culture of Health in Urban Family Child Care Homes,” 12:30-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 17, SON 140 (Alumni Auditorium). RSVP: Taylor Lucci,

  • 3MT Finalist!

    Research Associate Binu Koirala has advanced to the finals in the 2019 Three-Minute Thesis Competition (3MT), 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 17, Mountcastle Auditorium, East Baltimore campus. Dean Davidson will serve as a judge. Come out in support of Binu. Or watch live on Facebook. 

  • Tri-School Day of Service

    Hurry: Sign up for SOURCE’s Spring Tri-School Day of Service, Saturday, April 27. Register: Send an email to with top 3 project choices.

  • Death Café

    The Death Café is a safe space for students and faculty alike to share experiences with death—5:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 17, Carpenter Room.

  • Welcome, Dan Sherman!

    Instructional technologist Dan Sherman brings to the SON Instructional Design and Technology team 17 years of experience in e-learning design and development. Dan most recently was an educational coordinator at the Museum of Industry here in Baltimore. Find Dan and his team in Lower Level Suite 022.