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|Nursing School Student Receives Hurricane Heroes Award|
When Hurricane Harvey buried Houston, the nation responded with overwhelming relief efforts. Citizens fought to help their city survive and strangers opened their homes and hearts without hesitation. One UST nursing student has won an award for her heroic rescue efforts.
|Nursing Program Eyes Growth with New STEM Center|
As the Center for Science and Health Professions makes its presence on campus felt, members of the Carol and Odis Peavy School of Nursing—students, faculty and alumni—reflect on their experience of nursing at the University of St. Thomas, while sharing their thoughts about the future.
|Nursing Student Receives 'Salute to Nurses' Scholarship|
Anna Rabadan of the Carol and Odis Peavy School of Nursing at the University of St. Thomas, was among those awarded a prestigious scholarship by the Houston Chronicle’s Salute to Nurses program.
|Nursing Students Heal Wounds with Art|
For nursing students, observing and treating traumas can be overwhelming. Dr. Kristina Leyden, assistant professor of nursing, asked her nursing students to create an art piece as part of a self-reflection assignment. Through art therapy, the students and their patients can make sense of traumatic events and release them.
|Nursing Grad, Cancer Survivor Wants to Heal Others|
Samantha Loos-Polk was inspired to pursue a nursing career because of her battle with cancer at the age of 14. While speaking at the University’s largest fundraising event, Loos-Polk told the crowd about her dream of becoming a pediatric nurse.
|Nursing Graduate Overcomes Challenges to Become a Nurse|
Elizabeth Chavez Rodriguez’s path to the UST nursing degree she completed in May 2016 started with her birth in a one-room shack in Mexico to a teenage single parent with a second-grade education.
|Nursing Students Serve Guatemala, Haiti on Trip Abroad|
Thirteen nursing students from the University of St. Thomas Carol and Odis Peavy School of Nursing embarked on one of two study abroad trips to Guatemala and Haiti as an optional experience that contributed to their required summer externship course.
|Nursing Students Begin First Clinical Rotations|
The 37 students from the Carol and Odis Peavy School of Nursing 2017 cohort began their perioperative clinical rotations in July 2015 at Ben Taub Hospital and CHI St. Luke’s Health–Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center. This was the cohort’s first hospital rotation and also marked UST’s first peri-op rotation at St. Luke’s.
|Student Selected for Scholarship in Salute to Nurses|
Every year during National Nurses Appreciation Week, the Houston Chronicle’s Salute to Nurses program awards scholarships to three exceptional nursing students attending Houston area colleges and universities. This year Kara Jones, a junior in the Carol and Odis Peavy School of Nursing at the University of St. Thomas was among those selected for the prestigious award.
|With Shared Goals, Twins Graduate Nursing School Together|
At first glance, Evelin and Ingry Umanzor simply resemble each other. Once you get them talking, the twin telepathy, the knack they have for finishing each other’s sentences, kicks in.
|Nursing Students Educate Kids on Healthy Living|
Eight students from the University of St. Thomas Carol and Odis Peavy School of Nursing conducted a health screening and educated students at Western Academy about healthy eating and sleeping on Feb. 27. UST’s nursing students screened third to eighth grade students for blood pressure, height, weight, vision and hearing.