Student Spotlight: Haokun Yang

By Lyndee Johns When speaking to second-semester nursing student Haokun Yang, it’s clear what drives him: service. During his time at Minot State University, Yang was highly involved in student government as a senator. He also participated in DECA, a business club. Through DECA, he was able to go to a national conference in WashingtonContinue reading “Student Spotlight: Haokun Yang”

Charlie Rowberry Receives 2019 UNP Outstanding Student Award

Charlie Rowberry (second from the left) represented BYU students and received the UNP Outstanding Student Award. By Quincey Taylor Graduate nursing student Charlie Rowberry recently received the 2019 Utah Nurse Practitioner Outstanding Student Award. This award, which is given to particularly dedicated students, shows that Rowberry puts her heart into her work and her compassionateContinue reading “Charlie Rowberry Receives 2019 UNP Outstanding Student Award”

Nurses Empowering Women: A NEW Opportunity

By Quincey Taylor The creation of this group by students Electra Cochran, Emma Beaumont, and Harper Forsgren promises exciting change to the BYU nursing student experience. Nurses will inevitably treat more women than men during their career. Therefore, it is vital for them to understand the unique issues that women experience in their lifetimes. ToContinue reading “Nurses Empowering Women: A NEW Opportunity”

Differences Make You Better: Dr. Corinna Tanner’s Connection to Terry Johnson’s Dog Driven

By Lyndee Johns “The thing that is sort of funny about this is that anybody that knows me knows I’m terrified of dogs,” says assistant professor Dr. Corinna Tanner. Considering her role in Terry Lynn Johnson’s book Dog Driven, the statement is truly ironic. Dog Driven tells the story of Mckenna Barney, a fourteen-year-old musherContinue reading “Differences Make You Better: Dr. Corinna Tanner’s Connection to Terry Johnson’s Dog Driven”

Student Spotlight: Laura Fisher

By Lyndee Johns Fifth-semester student Laura Fisher lives for the high-pressure situations. “I’ve only had two codes on my floor,” says Fisher, referring to the medical oncology floor at the Intermountain Medical Center where she works as a CNA. “But I get a clear head when a code comes on and I just kind ofContinue reading “Student Spotlight: Laura Fisher”