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Dean's Message

Greetings Alumni & Friends, Since July I have had the opportunity and pleasure to visit all of our campuses, meet with faculty, students, alumni and donors and learn about this fine school. I have been struck by the extraordinary talents, abilities and dedication that exemplify the members of our extended community.

In this issue of Connections I think you will see fine examples of how our community members are making a difference. I feel privileged to be part of the OHSU School of Nursing community and I hope you do too.

Warmly,
Susan Bakewell-Sachs, Ph.D., R.N., P.N.P.-B.C., F.A.A.N.
Dean & Vice President for Nursing Affairs

 

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Feature Articles

In separate projects Julie Bidwell and Quin Denfeld are studying older adults with heart failure. Learn more about how their funding helps them to focus on their research.

$100K Hartford Grants Boost Ph.D. Students


Thalia Delgado was accepted to the accelerated baccalaureate program in 2012, but she didn't know how she was going to afford it. Learn about this hard-won dream and how it happened.

Revealing a Secret to Achieve a Hard-won Dream
 

Learn about one of the most impactful administrators and teachers of the School of Nursing's illustrious history, Guhli Olson.
Gratitude Triggers Alumni Generosity


Check out the latest student profile. Jesse Kennedy.

Student Profile: Jesse Kennedy