Frontier Nursing University is a proud recipient of the Nursing Workforce Diversity Grant. Read more on this funding in support of a four-year project that will be led by FNU with assistance from several key partner organizations including @AACNNursing, American College of Nurse-Midwives Midwives of Color Committee (ACNM-MOCC), National Black Nurses Association and Mona Wicks, a multicultural sensitivity and diversity training expert consultant. http://ow.ly/YUlP30dOV4X
Important News - FNU Launches New Innovation Center!
We are excited about this new initiative and, especially, about partnering with students to deepen their understanding of course content and skills. Read more and hear from Dr. Anne Cockerham, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, at the link below.
FNU will be moving student activities including all of the on-campus student sessions to a newly purchased property in Versailles, Ky. The move will allow FNU to better serve students and continue its longstanding commitment to the mission of educating nurse-midwives and nurse practitioners to provide care to women and families with a focus on those in rural and underserved areas.
We are pleased to announce the Diversity Impact 2017 Keynote Speaker as:
Dr. Eric Williams DNP, RN, CNE, 12th President for the National Black Nurses Association (NBNA). Dr. Williams is also a former Board Member for the American Assembly for Men in Nursing (AAMN), and was featured in a CNN segment on health care reform entitled "A Nursing Professor Rejoices".
Learn more about this event at www.frontier.edu/diversityimpact