The School of Nursing & Health Studies is a vibrant learning community. This news section features the achievements of our students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

  • Student Hope Galvin speaks at the Nurse Anesthesia Program Completion Ceremony
    Twenty-One Students Complete Master’s-Level Nurse Anesthesia Program

    A special ceremony celebrating 21 students who completed the Nurse Anesthesia Program also marked two other significant milestones: the retirement of the program’s founding director Donna Jasinski, PhD, CRNA, and the last graduating class of the master’s-level program, which now operates at the doctoral level.

  • Georgetown faculty members pose together with midwives and health care workers in Liberia
    Georgetown Team Finds Richness in Collaboration with Jesuit Clinic in Liberia

    With a grant from the Office of Global Engagement, a team from Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies conducted a workshop for local midwives and health care workers in Liberia.

  • Human Science senior Vanessa Lim
    Human Science Senior Plans to Continue Work to Support Refugee Communities

    Vanessa Lim (NHS’19) is a human science senior at the School of Nursing & Health Studies. She has used her time at Georgetown to co-lead a health, faith, and justice pre-orientation program for incoming undergraduates and, as a Millennium Fellow, to work with Afghan refugees.

  • Georgetown President John DeGioia and Tommy Kadar in Rome
    Health Care Management & Policy Major Sees Career as Orthodontist in Future

    Tommy Kadar (NHS’20) majors in health care management & policy. The junior, who is originally from Haddonfield, New Jersey, has been completing, in addition to his major, the pre-med curriculum with the goal of going to dental school and then specializing as an orthodontist.

  • Jonathan Picos with the Buenos Aires skyline behind him.
    Human Science Senior Focuses on Research, Working with Underserved Communities

    Human science senior Jonathan Picos (NHS’19) is planning a career as a physician. His interests in research and community service have been nurtured at Georgetown, particularly through participation in the Translational Health Science Internship and his co-leadership of the pre-orientation program CURA.

  • Brianne Nadeau presents Maria Gomez with a DC Council Resolution with reception attendees
    Dozens Gather to Thank Georgetown BSN Alumna for 30 Years of Mary’s Center

    Thirty years ago, Georgetown nursing alumna Maria S. Gomez (NHS’77), MPH, RN, founded Mary’s Center to provide needed prenatal care to women who had immigrated to the United States and were living in the District of Columbia. On Nov. 28, dozens of colleagues, faculty, students, alumni, and friends gathered in Riggs Library at a special reception to thank Gomez and mark the center’s 30th anniversary.