Defining moments in nursing education at the Ashland campus

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Noone, along with a team of staff, alumni and emeriti faculty members, worked with the Library Archives staff from Southern Oregon University and OHSU to produce four posters capturing the history of nursing on the Ashland campus. In addition to cataloguing photographs, the OHSU Library Archives videotaped interviews with Betty Haugen, the founding director of the nursing program, Rosalie Caffrey, Emeritus Faculty and Julie Cartwright, who was Associate Dean for OHSU School of Nursing at Southern Oregon State College from 1993-2000. "It was great to meet Betty Haugen, the founding director of the School of Nursing from 1968-1983. It was also wonderful that she was able to come back to campus and view the posters at our November celebration," Noone stated. Click on the pdfs below to view how nursing education has changed over time at the Ashland campus starting from the first graduating class in 1970.