Paving the way in research for male school nurses

Paving the way in research for male school nurses

When Tom Stinson began the literary review for his doctoral dissertation topic—male school nurses working in public schools—he found almost no existing research to study. That just meant he would have to create his own. As just one of three males out of 130 school...
New and improved B.S. in Nursing program

New and improved B.S. in Nursing program

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota and its Schools of Graduate and Professional Programs, based in Minneapolis, is now even more relevant for today’s Registered Nurse seeking to complete the baccalaureate degree. “This...
Anderson finds a natural fit with GIS research

Anderson finds a natural fit with GIS research

Brie Anderson grew up with the outdoors as her playground. As she got older, she loved going hunting with her father and brothers and surveying the marshlands and wildlife as they looked for ducks. It’s no surprise that she focused the capstone component of her Master...
Entrepreneurs dream together at Kabara event

Entrepreneurs dream together at Kabara event

In an age of smart phones for the masses and ever-increasing connectivity, the Internet of Things (IOT) is a timely topic. The Saint Mary’s University Kabara Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies celebrated this rising technology and discussed its entrepreneurial...
Education and partnerships can prevent cyber wars

Education and partnerships can prevent cyber wars

Cyber security is an issue that affects us all, yet it is not being discussed often enough nor being addressed systematically, according to Admiral James Stavridis, former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO. Stavridis was the keynote speaker for the Saint Mary’s...
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