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Moving the Needle, Remembering Roots

A look at four IUP alumni who are actively serving in the United States Army as current and future certified registered nurse anesthetists and commissioned officers.

IUP Nursing Program Selected by Princeton Review as Top Online Program

IUP’s program was just named to the Princeton Review's 2023 “Top Online Nursing Programs”; this recognition follows the program’s recognition by U.S. News & World Report for its 2022 “Best Online Program.”

Nursing and Allied Health Department Joins President Driscoll in Condemning the Recent Racially Abusive Social Media Comments

The Department of Nursing and Allied Health joins President Driscoll and the IUP community in condemning the racially abusive language recently witnessed on social media.

Respiratory Care Week 2022

IUP's Respiratory Care Program will be celebrating Respiratory Care Week October 23-29, 2022.

IUP Nursing Doctoral Student Selected for National Scholarship

Laurie Connors, a student in Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s PhD doctoral program in nursing, has been selected for a 2022 National League for Nursing Education Scholarship.

Dodgeball Tournament March 4

The Nursing and Allied Health Professions Department's AAMN group is hosting a dodgeball tournament on Friday, March 4. All are welcome!  Trophies for winners.

IUP Alumna Donates $850,000 to Establish Full Tuition, Four-Year Scholarship for Nursing Students

A graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s nursing program has made a donation designed to create generational change for IUP nursing students.

IUP Nursing Program Ranked as Top Program in the Commonwealth

Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Bachelor of Science degree in nursing has been ranked as one of the “best prelicensure bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) programs in the state” by Nursing Schools Almanac.

Nursing Graduate Honored with Indiana Lions Club Nurse Humanitarian Award

Brooke Zawalnicki, Allison Park, a 2021 summa cum laude nursing graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania, was selected for the Indiana Lion’s Club Nurse Humanitarian Award.

DNP to PhD Students Awarded National League for Nursing Scholarships

Congratulations to Karen Hande and Kelly Watson-Huffer, students enrolled in the DNP to PhD program, for their selection for the prestigious and highly competitive National League for Nursing Foundation for Nursing Education scholarships.

Shellenbarger Guest Edits, Wins Award for Nursing Education Perspectives Article

Teresa Shellenbarger recently served as guest editor for the special edition of Nursing Education Perspectives. Shellenbarger co-authored an editorial with Susan Hassmiller and Audrey Beauvais that discussed, “Where is nursing, and what work remains?”

Respiratory Class Field Trip

Junior respiratory therapy students took a field trip to the Center for Organ Recovery (CORE) in Pittsburgh for classroom and wet lab educational sessions on January 28, 2020.