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

  • A collage of photos from the 2018 Georgetown pilgrimage to the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes in France.
    Georgetown Junior Nursing Majors Plan Second Lourdes Pilgrimage

    During summer break, Nicole Chen (NHS’20) and Rebecca Kazor (NHS’20), two junior nursing majors at the School of Nursing & Health Studies, participated in a religious pilgrimage to Lourdes, France. Now, the two are leading a fundraising effort to support 10 student participants in 2019.

  • Student Madeline Leonard in front of a sign for the National Institute for Medical Research in Tanzania
    Global Health Major Researches Antiretroviral Nonadherence in Tanzania

    Global health major Madeline Leonard (NHS’19) is in Tanzania this semester, taking part in the Department of International Health’s 12-credit research practicum experience for seniors.

  • Khalida Saalim, a global health major, in Ghana
    Senior Spends Semester in Ghana Researching Postnatal Care

    Khalida Saalim (NHS’19), a global health major, is spending the fall semester in Ghana as a part of the Department of International Health’s 12-credit research practicum experience for seniors.

  • Professor Christopher King
    GU Health Systems Administration Professor Earns Campus Compact Award

    Christopher King, PhD, FACHE, associate professor of health systems administration at the School of Nursing & Health Studies, will be recognized by Campus Compact for his community-based academic work.

  • Professor Carol Taylor speaks at a table at a National Press Foundation event.
    For Nearly 30 Years, GU Professor’s Textbook Has Taught Nursing Fundamentals

    Carol Taylor, PhD, RN, an ethicist and professor of advanced nursing practice, is an editor and main author of Fundamentals of Nursing: The Art and Science of Person-Centered Care, appearing in its ninth edition this fall. She worked on the first edition, which was published in 1989.

  • Lindsey Caines (NHS'19) and Ali Baird (NHS'19) pose next to Georgetown ambulance.
    Human Science Seniors Serve on GERMS Board

    Lindsey Caines (NHS'19) and Ali Baird (NHS'19), human science majors, both serve on the executive board for the Georgetown Emergency Response Medical Service (GERMS), one of the country's largest all-volunteer, student-run, university-based emergency ambulance services.