Success Stories

Titlesort icon School
A Culture of “Ohana”--Cultural Diversity and a Sense of Community Make the University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa a True Paradise
The native culture of Hawaii is celebrated and represent a variety of racial and ethnic backgrounds. 


University of Hawaii at Manoa
Diversity Recruitment and Retention: How NCIN Turned an Architect into a Nurse
Like many New Careers in Nursing Scholars, Jeremy Clark did not originally plan to become a nurse.
In August of 2013, he had the distinction of being the first African American male NCIN scholar to graduate from the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) School of Nursing.
University of Mississippi
Expanding Professional Development at the Medical College of Georgia

After a successful first year with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s New Careers in Nursing (NCIN) program, MCG was recently re-awarded ten scholarships to help aid nursing students for the fall 2009 semester...

Georgia Regents University
California State University, Fullerton Leverages Leadership Institute to Certify Emerging Nurse Leaders

NCIN scholars choose from eight different leadership tracks and follow a curriculum plan throughout the academic year, during which they learn about topics like social justice, public service, and peer tutoring.

California State University Fullerton
Caring About Men Who Care Enough to Pursue Nursing

“If we want to take better care of our nation, we need to reflect our nation.”

It’s a powerful statement expressed by Aara Amidi-Nouri, PhD, RN, Assistant Professor at the school of nursing at Samuel Merritt University. Read more here!

Samuel Merritt University
Diverse Backgrounds at Cleveland State University Come Together for Nursing
They come from industry, business and teaching professions. They hail from both small and large communities around the country. But, however diverse their backgrounds, they share similar, defining attributes...
 
Cleveland State University
Duke University School of Nursing Transitions to 21st Century Health Care Practices

Understanding that health care practices need to cater to a 21st century environment, the Duke University School of Nursing is seven years into the mission...

Duke University
First Scholars Network Leadership Conference Series Is a Hit!
These first four regional conferences were extremely well-attended and featured leaders in nursing, nursing education and health care who lead sessions on a broad range of key topics, including the Affordable Care Act, doctoral advancement in nursing, leadership, the job market, and more.
New York University
First Scholars Network Leadership Conference Series Is a Hit!
These first four regional conferences were extremely well-attended and featured leaders in nursing, nursing education and health care who lead sessions on a broad range of key topics, including the Affordable Care Act, doctoral advancement in nursing, leadership, the job market, and more.
Creighton University
First Scholars Network Leadership Conference Series Is a Hit!
These first four regional conferences were extremely well-attended and featured leaders in nursing, nursing education and health care who lead sessions on a broad range of key topics, including the Affordable Care Act, doctoral advancement in nursing, leadership, the job market, and more.
State University of New York at Stony Brook