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Gerald J. Baldasty congratulating Mabel Ezeonwu, associate professor, School of Nursing & Health Studies, UW Bothell

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Before Gerald J. Baldasty said his retirement goodbyes, he invited all of us to congratulate Mabel Ezeonwu Associate Professor School of Nursing and Health Studies UW Bothell for her outstanding work and dedication to her contribution to a global learning featured in the Provost Report, The Husky Experience as a Global Experience. 

He says, "I applaud Mabel's work to partner with the Seattle-based non-profit Guatemala Village Health (GVH) to launch the 12 credit cross-disciplinary course, "Global Health Promotion: Health Services Delivery in Resource-Poor Settings." Together with the UW students, GVH can provide care at unprecedented scale in Guatemala. Mabel's leadership has also ensured that this program is feasible for working students by meeting the Nursing program's core requirements in a convenient hybrid course format, combining online and classroom coursework with field work and team building activities." 

 

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Finding One's Own Voice

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"...Know what you know and care about the person, care about what you know and care about the person you're sharing with." Maya Angelou 

Professor Victoria Breckwich Vasquez and Dennise Lopez share a mentorship bond through SNHS Health Studies Latinx Health and Culture class, which grew into more opportunities for Dennise. 

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MN degree lights new path for cancer nurse

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"​Coumar received the School of Nursing & Health Studies’ Distinguished Scholar Award at graduation in June. She’s now looking for a bigger role in promoting nursing professionalism and global health. The master’s helped clarify the path." 

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Faculty and nursing students work with YMCA in Snohomish County

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"UW Bothell nursing students work with Karena for their public health practicum – practical experience – at a couple of sites: the Pathways for Women domestic shelter in Lynnwood and Project Reunite at Trinity Place in Lynnwood, for homeless women in recovery, working on reuniting with children who have been removed from the home" 

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News on retirement-Linda Bale

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Dean Dworkin's gratitude to SNHS staff member Linda Bale, MN Advisor

"Linda Bale has worked for 28 years at University of Washington (Seattle and Bothell campuses) to support students and programs. I am saddened to now share that she is retiring as of July 6. This is a huge loss for the University of Washington System, for Bothell, and for the School of Nursing and Health Studies in particular. For the last 12 years, we in SNHS have had the honor of working with Linda, as the advisor of the MN program. Linda has brought such a warm, robust and meticulous dedication and commitment to her work, whether she was focused on direct advising and managing of the MN program, developing program capacity to serve more students, or coordinating and assessing curricula, among many other critical tasks. She has worked tirelessly for all of these years, contributing to the success of the newly created MN program at UWB in 2002 and then navigating program expansion to several off-site locations, in response to the changing health care system and health care partner needs. She has given so much of herself to the position and everyone around her."

 

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