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Alumni Nurses Unify to Meet a Need
Dr. Sandra Hughes discusses the new Union Square project with members of the nursing programs from NC A&T, UNC-G and GTCC.
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Forestenia Milner RN, MSN, CNE, LNC
Forestenia served as the facilitator for the Inter-Collaboration Sharing:
Beyond the Growing Pains at the Fourth Annual Statewide Regionally for Nursing Excellence (RIBN) Conference, March 17, 2015.
Faculty Award Highlights
|Dr. Inez Tuck, Professor in the School of Nursing, has been recognized as a Great 100 Nurse in North Carolina. The award is presented to 100 registered nurses in the state for their outstanding contributions to nursing and health care their communities. Since her appointment to the School of Nursing in 2011, the school has become more engaged in partnerships with health care agencies, community colleges and universities to facilitate the recruitment of students, enhance the healthcare of the community and increase inter-professional collaboration. She has received the Interdisciplinary Team Research Award (2013) and has been appointed to the Cone Health Network Board of Trustees (2010). Tuck received her bachelor’s in nursing from N.C. A&T. She earned her PhD from UNC-Greensboro and an MBA from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. In 2008, she earned a M.Div. from Virginia Union University. She is an author, educator, spiritual leader, life coach and consultant/trainer in the area of spirituality and authentic leadership.|
|Dr. Schenita Davis Randolph, Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing, has been recognized as a Great 100 Nurse in North Carolina. The award is presented to 100 registered nurses in the state for their outstanding contributions to nursing and health care their communities. Randolph has worked with underserved populations since 2006, and through a partnership with a local homeless shelter and community clinic, she serves this vulnerable population while helping students gain hands-on experience with population-focused nursing. She was instrumental in establishing the School of Nursing Diabetes Education and Management Center in collaboration with Cone Health and Greensboro Urban Ministry and was a member of the research team that received the first Interdisciplinary Team Award by the Division of Research and Economic Development in 2013.
Randolph became a clinical instructor at N.C. A&T in 2004 and was promoted to assistant professor 2013. She received her B.S.N. degree from A&T, her M.P.H. from UNC-Chapel Hill and her Ph.D. from Walden University. As a Certified Nurse Educator (CNE), Randolph is a leader and role model for the profession.
|Dr. Terry D. Ward, Interim Dean in the School of Nursing, has received the North Carolina Nurses Association Nurse Mentorship Award for 2014. The award is presented to a registered nurse who consistently participates in an active role with the professional organization at the local, state and national levels. The recipient also models the values, attitudes and behaviors consistent with the profession. Ward mentors faculty, current and former students, and professional colleagues. She also serves on the board of directors for the North Carolina League of Nursing. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Mobile, her Ph.D. from UNC-Greensboro and is a Certified Nurse Educator by the National League for Nursing.|
An internationally recognized astrophysicist, television personality and space sciences education manager for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate is the keynote speaker for the Spring 2017 Title III Graduate Symposium set for Thursday, April 6, at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is expanding its capacity to meet that demand by launching a new Master of Business Administration (MBA) Online degree program through the College of Business and Economics (COBE).
Lucius Epps, whose family history of farming in Robeson County goes back at least two generations, is the 2017 North Carolina Small Farmer of the Year.