Molly Marcum '78 Recognized as Oregon Healthcare Lawyer of the Year
Molly Marcum (JD 1983, BSN 1978) has received the Oregon Healthcare Lawyer of the Year award for 2020. Molly practices health care law and medical malpractice defense, with a primary focus on representing healthcare practitioners before licensing boards. Read more.
Reunion 2020 - Save the Date
Classes celebrating milestone (5 and 0) reunions in 2020 will be recognized at the annual OHSU School of Nursing Reunion on Sunday, June 14. The event will be held in Portland, Ore. Save the Dates and Invitations will be mailed in the new year. Update your information with us to ensure you receive your copy.
The 2019 SNAA Reunion took place on Sunday, June 23 at the Multnomah Athletic Club in Portland, Ore. Photos from the event are available here.
The School of Nursing Alumni Association (SNAA) is made up of over 13,500 individuals, located in all fifty U.S. states and over five continents in countries ranging from Australia to Thailand and Colombia to Zambia. Membership is free and automatic to all OHSU School of Nursing graduates who have received a degree from the School of Nursing (formerly the University of Oregon Nursing School), Oregon Health & Science University.
Guided by an Advisory Council, the SNAA strives to increase the connections between alumni, the School of Nursing and each other through printed and electronic updates about the impact of the School of Nursing and its alumni on health and healthcare; mentoring, advising and job postings; social and educational gathering;and much more! This site is dedicated to you in hopes you will visit it often to stay informed and engaged.
How can you become involved? Participate in your class reunion, attend or organize an alumni event in your area, and donate your time, talent and treasure to help us advance the School of Nursing and the role of our profession in meeting the healthcare needs of the 21st century. Contact any of the Council members below to share your ideas, feedback and ways you'd like to help, or email the Alumni Relations program at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The History of the OHSU School of Nursing is now available online. Written at the suggestion of Dean Emerita Carol Lindeman by Barbara Conway Gaines, RN, EdD, it covers the period 1910 - 1960, following the journey from the creation and development of the school through to its emergence as one of the nations leading schools of nursing. Please contact us at email@example.com you would like a paper copy.
School of Nursing Alumni Advisory Council 2018-2019
Deb Carter, BS '77, RN (President) (contact Deb)
Thomas Blackman, BS '14 - La Grande (contact Tom)
Lauren Danahy, BS '07 (contact Lauren)
Emily James, BS '14 - Portland (contact Emily)
Tony Kyle, BS '16 –Ashland (contact Tony)
Jane McEldowney, BSN '63, RN, NCSN - Bend. OHSU Foundation Board Representative (contact Jane)
Adora McDougal, BS '16 - Portland (contact Adora)
Peggy Wros, PhD '93 - Portland (contact Peggy)
The Council continues to seek alumni who are interested in participating.
Please contact (503) 552-0667 for additional information.
Many of our students appreciate the opportunity to speak with a mentor both during and after their studies. Mentors help alumni with decisions around specialty choice, resume and application review and career trajectory and advancement. If you would like to participate as a mentor, begin the conversation by letting us know of your interest. We will connect with you when we receive your email.
Alumni profiles and news
Current and past copies of SON Connections - the school and alumni newsletter - are available here. Additional news and information about just a few of our exceptional alumni appear below.
Five Questions for Jane McEldowney '63
Alumnus of the Year 2018: Captain John T. Mallos (Rtd.), USPHS
Early Career Achievement Award 2018: Dr. Rachael O. Postman
Dr. Jane Bolin appointed to Associate Dean for Research, Texas A&M
Cristal Salas: The Class Assignment That Turned Into Something Far Bigger
Carrots, Sticks, Sausages and the Power of Incremental Change: A conversation with Rep. Sheri Malstrom