Graduate Level Students Visit Campus

Nearly 100 graduate students are on campus this week for orientation into their areas of study. This gives our students the opportunity to meet the faculty members, their classmates, and gives them access to our advising staff. We also welcomed the very first class of RN-MSN students to the nursing program.  The class met on…


Nearly 100 graduate students are on campus this week for orientation into their areas of study. This gives our students the opportunity to meet the faculty members, their classmates, and gives them access to our advising staff.

We also welcomed the very first class of RN-MSN students to the nursing program. 

The class met on campus June 4 and 5, 2018 at the Sinclair School of Nursing. Bottom Row from left to right: Shana Luebbering, Rachel Blomberg. Back Row: Tara Herweck, Katlynn Mueller, Sarah Musrove, Paula Allen-Thomas, and Heidi Baumgartner.

Monday evening all students were invited to a student-faculty mixer at TigerPlace, an independent, active retirement community, which is part of the Sinclair School of Nursing.

DNP student, Martina Taylor Campbell and PhD student Michelle Corona enjoyed dinner and discussions with other students and staff during the mixer at TigerPlace on Monday, June 4, 2018.

Tuesday morning the MU Nursing Alumni Organization provided a continental breakfast for all students. They then gathered together to hear a presentation on StrengthsQuest and how each one’s strength’s affect their Leadership styles.

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