Each year, the University of Pennsylvania honors student leaders who are graduating from Penn or about to graduate with the President & Provost’s Honor for Developing New Initiatives in Graduate & Professional Student Life. According to the Grad Center at Penn, Lee’s volunteer work for the Graduate and Professional Student Assembly (GAPSA) has been a catalyst for transformative change and enhanced graduate and professional student life at Penn. Matt’s history of dedicated service as GAPSA’s mental health deputy chair and vice president were highlighted. His efforts focused on promoting graduate student wellness and changing perceptions of mental health on campus.
Ann Lawrence O’Sullivan, PhD, FAAN, CRNP, the Dr. Hildegarde Reynolds Endowed Term Professor of Primary Care Nursing and Professor of Primary Care Nursing, Perelman School of Medicine, will be transitioning in just a few days on June 30, 2021 after an incredible 48 years(!) of service to the University and School. She will continue to mentor and support our DNP students.
Following an exciting and successful inaugural Nursing Story Slam, Penn Nursing and Penn Medicine again partner with First Person Arts and are now accepting storyteller submissions for the second annual Story Slam event.
Five Penn Nursing alumni and one graduating undergraduate student have been selected as the 2022 Penn Nursing Alumni Award recipients.
On Wednesday, February 16, nurses from Penn Nursing and Penn Medicine shared their true, personal stories for Penn Nursing’s annual Story Slam event.
$125 Million Gift from Leonard A. Lauder to Transform Nursing Care
The Student Nurses at Penn (SNAP) were a powerhouse – winning awards/scholarships/elections, having legislative impact, making presentations – at the 69th Annual Convention of the Student Nurses’ Association of Pennsylvania held November 18-19, 2021, in Harrisburg.
Join chapter members and leaders at this exciting annual event!
Nine nursing professionals with ties to Penn Nursing will be inducted as 2021 Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing (AAN). One is a current Penn faculty member and alumna; the additional eight are Penn Nursing alumni.
Peggy Compton, PHD, RN, FAAN, will take over full time as Program Director of the University of Pennsylvania Hillman Scholars Program in Nursing Innovation starting July 1, 2021.