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College of Nursing & Health Sciences' undergraduate nursing program jumps to top 8% of the nation’s best

The college's standing in the most recent U.S. News & World Report rankings attributed to "supportive and inclusive" student learning

State Rep Carole Fiola poses with alumna Thais Sousa
Thais Sousa ’17, DNP ’22 changes the law with evidence uncovered in doctoral thesis

When Sousa’s doctoral thesis exposed overwhelming evidence that pointed to mothers in recovery needing an outspoken advocate, she didn’t hesitate to rise to the occasion.

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College of Nursing & Health Sciences to present online forum on sex trafficking and domestic violence on February 28

Event designed to prepare future nurses and health care workers and to share information with the community

Dr. Peeranuch LeSeure is developing a Smartphone app to assist patients with Type 2 diabetes

The free mobile app is geared toward those of Portuguese descent to help them in managing and treating their disease

Top stories of 2022 at UMassD
Year in Review: Top stories of 2022

A year full of momentum, accomplishments, and successes

UMass Dartmouth: Best Colleges for Nursing BSN Programs - US News
College of Nursing & Health Sciences advances in U.S. News & World Report rankings

Stands among the top 13% of nation’s nursing schools for Best Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Programs

Student testing in MLS lab
A perfect score for Medical Laboratory Science

UMass Dartmouth’s Medical Laboratory Science major achieves 100% graduation, employment, and national certification examination pass rates for the Class of 2021

MLS students doing summer internships
Medical Laboratory Science students selected for prestigious summer internships

Tajaun Francis ’23 will intern at the Mayo Clinic while Taonga Horace ’23 will work at UMass Chan Medical School

Students gathered on stage with their nursing pins
Class of 2022 Pinning Ceremony celebrates nursing graduates’ accomplishments “against all odds”

While their nursing education was interrupted by the pandemic, 90 students proudly received their nursing pins in a time-honored ceremony

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