A Conversation with Graceland’s Deans of the School of Nursing.
Graceland students who have gone through the pre-professional programs on the Lamoni campus have a history of success as they take the next steps in their career path.
The first nursing club at Graceland began 40 years ago during the 1979-80 school year and was an option for student involvement for about six years.
Christina Koch ’20 always knew she wanted to work in health care, even if she wasn’t certain which field.
Even in his early 20s, Patrick Kirk ’19 has already had a great deal of experience in the health care field, which he has used to his benefit in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program at Graceland’s Independence campus.
Krishelle Ivory ’10 knew early on that she wanted to work with kids. What she couldn’t decide was whether to be an educator or a nurse.
There are very few people who impacted the history of Graceland’s nursing program more than Sherri Kirkpatrick, PhD.
Oh, the nostalgia!
AFTER JUST ONE YEAR AT GRACELAND, JOLENE LYNN, PHD, HAS TAKEN ON THE ROLE OF THE ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR GRADUATE PROGRAMS. LYNN BRINGS A WEALTH OF EXPERIENCE TO GRACELAND.
Clay Hines ʼ09 work can put people to sleep – don’t worry, it’s a part of his job. Hines is an anesthesiologist in Texas. He graduated from Graceland in 2009 with a double major in biology and chemistry, and recalls the hard work he put into achieving his accomplishments.