The Campaign for Nursing

Nursing News and Photos

The latest news, photos and video from the Sacramento State’s nursing program and its move to Folsom Hall. Please enjoy these feature stories and videos on the program.

News

folsom hall opening
Folsom Hall Grand Opening
launches School of Nursing.

Nursing professor awarded prestigious fellows honor.
Christine Vourakis, a Sacramento State professor of nursing and a nationally recognized expert on mental health and addictions, has been named to the 2014 Class of Fellows by the American Academy of Nursing (AAN)..

Nursing grad takes rigorous route to the Navy. 
Sacramento State alumna Sarah Blake has seafaring in her DNA. Her father served as a submariner in the U.S. Navy. Her great-grandfather, cousin, aunt and uncle were sailors as well, while her younger brother is completing submarine school in Groton, Conn.

Sac State Magazine-Briefly
The National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities awarded Sacramento State a grant to assist Hmong community members affected by diabetes...

Sacramento State’s cutting-edge nursing labs
Sacramento State’s Nursing program has come a long way since its creation five decades ago. Nowhere is that progress more evident than in the state-of-the-art clinical simulation lab …

Nursing donors "give where they live"
Several faculty members including Ann Stoltz ('91,'95,'01), pictured at the Folsom Hall ribbon cutting, and Tanya Altman, pictured with students in a simulation lab, have supported rooms in Folsom Hall. 

Sac State Nursing programs move into new building
Sacramento State nursing students began classes Monday in a new, larger facility …

Hornet Aluminaries
It takes a good leader to recognize the potential in other leaders. Marilyn Hopkins, dean emeritus of the College of Health and Human Services at Sac State and current provost and COO at Touro University’s Mare Island, Calif. campus, says good mentoring is what took her from nursing student to college administrator...

New home for nursing a boost to region's health
A new home and big show of private support are helping the Division of Nursing in its efforts to provide top quality healthcare to the residents of Northern California…

$500,000 gift to fund Sacramento State nursing lab
Sacramento State’s efforts to help meet California’s urgent need for highly skilled registered nurses will get a significant boost, courtesy of a $500,000 grant from the Frank M. and Gertrude R. Doyle Foundation, Inc …

Videos

Folsom Hall Dedication

Nursing goes high tech with sim labs

Orientation Day for Sac State nursing

Nursing program moves to Folsom Hall

KVIE Focus: Sacramento State’s Division of Nursing

Last updated August 25, 2014