Julie Valentine Meets Julie Valentine

A link. A name. A cause to fight for: eradicating child abuse. Photo courtesy of Valentine. By Quincey Taylor Assistant professor Dr. Julie Valentine champions causes that defend the defenseless. She is a forensic nurse that has been a leader in advocating for Utah sex assault victims for years. You’d think that nothing could surpriseContinue reading “Julie Valentine Meets Julie Valentine”

Achieving Our Personal Best: Assistant Professor Neil Peterson Runs Half Marathon

Who wakes up at 5am to run a race? This guy! Photo courtesy of Peterson. By Quincey Taylor As a college, faculty and staff love to celebrate in their coworkers’ academic accomplishments. From new research to successful student experiences, there is a lot to be excited about. However, the college as a community loves toContinue reading “Achieving Our Personal Best: Assistant Professor Neil Peterson Runs Half Marathon”

Opening Mouths and Opening Doors: Assistant Teaching Professor Petr Ruda Interviewed on National Czech News Channel

Ruda and a well-known Czech journalist discuss city celebrations. By Quincey Taylor The Czech Republic might be one of the last places you would expect to be adorned in American flags. However, annually the streets are covered in these flags during a nationwide celebration. Each year in the Czech Republic, the citizens, as well asContinue reading “Opening Mouths and Opening Doors: Assistant Teaching Professor Petr Ruda Interviewed on National Czech News Channel”

Establishing “Learning the Healer’s Art:” Dr. Mary William’s Retirement

After 41 years of heartfelt service to the College of Nursing at Brigham Young University, associate professor Dr. Mary Williams (BS ’71) retired July 1, 2019. As a student in 1967, caring faculty taught Williams the power of her potential, the love of nursing, and how to care for patients in the Savior’s way. AfterContinue reading “Establishing “Learning the Healer’s Art:” Dr. Mary William’s Retirement”

Professors Were Nurses First: CON Professors Help Woman in Distress

Faculty and students were excited to visit the National Institute of Health. Photo courtesy of Hunsaker. By Quincey Taylor To some students, their professors are simply that, just professors. What they do not realize is that their professors are people, but more than that they are also nurses with years of experience caring for patients.Continue reading “Professors Were Nurses First: CON Professors Help Woman in Distress”