Celebration Held for Dean Judith Fitzgerald Miller

Dean Judith Fitzgerald Miller is set to retire from the Sinclair School of Nursing December 31, 2017, after more than nine years leading the School. On Wednesday, November 29, leaders from across the campus and the community joined current and former faculty, staff and friends of the School to celebrate her remarkable career. View the…


Dean Judith Fitzgerald Miller is set to retire from the Sinclair School of Nursing December 31, 2017, after more than nine years leading the School. On Wednesday, November 29, leaders from across the campus and the community joined current and former faculty, staff and friends of the School to celebrate her remarkable career.

View the program celebrating her many accomplishments below.

As stated throughout the program, Dean Miller accomplished much in her time at the Sinclair School of Nursing. In her tenure as dean, the school launched its DNP program; student enrollment increased by 400; diversity in the student body increased by 22%; donors gave more than $15 million; the Student Commons was developed and the simulation center expanded with the addition of the safe practices room; the school exceeded all aspirational school benchmarks using the national Educational Benchmarking Incorporated (EBI) tool; and nursing researchers experienced an increase in research grants and contracts expenditures from $3.7 million to $6.8 million.

To see photos from the Dean’s Retirement Celebration, click here.


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