FNU Student Named 2017 APNA Board of Directors Student Scholar

Frontier Nursing University (FNU) graduate student Nicole Mutnansky, MSN, CNM, WHCNP received high honors on July 20, 2017, as she was recognized by the American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA) as one of 30 students in the 2017 Class of Board of Directors Student Scholars.     Nicole was selected from a pool of applicants from schools of nursing at colleges and...
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Student Spotlight: Michele Holzman, RNC-OB

With 25 years of experience in labor and delivery, Frontier Nursing University (FNU) nurse-midwifery student Michele Holzman “answers the call” to serve Hispanic women in the Tallahassee, Fla., area every day through the miracle of birth.   Michele, Hispanic herself, has a particular connection to the community that she serves. She has worked for 20 years in labor,...
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Barbara and Donald Jonas Receive Honorary Doctorates from Frontier Nursing University

In honor of their extensive support and contributions to the advancement of nursing, Frontier Nursing University awarded honorary doctorate degrees to philanthropists Barbara and Donald Jonas. The ceremony took place on Thursday, July 27, at 11:30 a.m. in Greenwich, Conn.   Frontier Nursing University (FNU) Board Chair Dr. Michael Carter and FNU President Dr. Susan Stone...
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Frontier Alumni and Faculty Contribute to First Ever Textbook Published on U.S. Birth Centers

The book is expected to influence the future of maternal care with the most comprehensive documentation to date of the birth center model.   Five Frontier Nursing University (FNU) faculty members and several Frontier alumni contributed to a new textbook for graduate students and professionals set for exhibition and a book signing at the American Association of Birth Centers’...
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2017 Couriers Leave a Lasting Impact in the Communities They Served

The 2017 Courier Program is coming to an end! While they were only here for a mere 8 weeks, the Couriers were able to accomplish and experience many things! Couriers spent an average of 35-40 hours a week at their clinical sites and community partners. Spanning across Leslie, Perry, and Clay Counties in Kentucky and Wise County, Virginia, Couriers worked with 12 organizations!   ...
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