A nurse, an engineer and 15 international students walked into a university.
Vietnamese immigrant Anh Le worked doubly hard to earn his SAU nursing degree
Seven SAU urses were honored May 3 at the 11th annual celebration of 100 Great Iowa Nurses in Des Moines, chosen because their "courage, competence and commitment to patients and the nursing profession stand out above all others."
"We wanted to learn more about each other's health science programs and professions."
Committed to helping students complete their undergraduate degrees in four years—or less.
Sr Candida Massabo hopes to take lessons back to homeland.
Selfies, our Fulbright Scholar, Father Gregory "G-Dog" Boyle—and the job outlook
Volunteering in India afforded Molly the opportunity to be exposed to a culture vastly different than her own.
Her contributions to nursing education are many and include leadership in the national and international nursing arena.
A 2010 "Great Iowa Nurse," this SAU nursing grad was one of the first Neuro Certified staff at Genesis and also promotes stroke awareness through task forces, speaking engagements, and her job as Stroke Coordinator at Genesis.