Annual Research Conference is in the Books!

The Research and Evidence-based Practice Conference sponsored by the College of Nursing has quickly become one of the highlights for both students and faculty annually. This year, due to COVID-19, we are disappointed that we are unable to present the incredible research done by students and faculty all together in person like normal. Nevertheless, the show must go on!

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”