LOUISVILLE, Ky.- Although most started their careers providing care to patients at the bed-side, a number of University of Louisville School of Nursing graduates have gone on to transform the health care profession as academic leaders, hospital executives, nurse scientists and policy makers.
In celebration of its 40th anniversary, the school is recognizing alums that have made significant contributions to the field of nursing. Each of the 40 Outstanding Alumni was nominated by members of the community, and then selected by a school committee.
“These 40 honorees showcase the value of their UofL nursing degrees, ranging from an undergraduate degree to a master of science in nursing and doctor of philosophy in nursing,” said Marcia Hern, EdD, CNS, RN, dean and professor, UofL School of Nursing.
The 40 Outstanding Alumni include:
What they say about their degree: