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Applications are now open for fall 2014 classes in the Master of Science — Leadership and the Doctor of Philosophy Nursing Science and Health-Care Leadership Degree Programs offered through the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis. The school provides generous financial support to all admitted fall 2014 students. The general application deadline is Jan. 15, 2014, and space is limited! Learn more about the master's-degree leadership or doctoral-degree programs.
One World, One UC Davis
The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing contributes to One UC Davis, a campaign to tell the stories about how together, at UC Davis, we are changing our world for the better. Leah Morris is featured as an outstanding alumna who is leading with vision. In June of 2013, Morris graduated both the nurse practitioner program and the master’s-degree leadership program. Read Morris' story here. Visit One UC Davis for more School of Nursing students, staff, faculty and alumni contributions in the coming months.
Course distinction: Community Connections
Course distinction stories highlight unique Nursing Science and Health-Care Leadership Graduate Degree program courses offered through the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing. Community Connections is an innovative classroom and fieldwork course which challenges UC Davis School of Nursing master’s-degree leadership students to improve health by teaming up with community partners. Click here to read more.
School of Nursing addresses nation's faculty shortage
Two Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis Postdoctoral Fellows recently received appointments at prestigious nursing colleges, adding their names to a growing list of the school’s postdoctoral alumni tapped to educate the next generation of nurses at colleges and universities nationwide. Since the school’s 2009 founding, seven of eight postdoctoral alumni earned faculty positions educating new nurses in schools across the country. Congratulations to Michelle Fennessy and Hermine Poghosyan! Click here to read more about how the School of Nursing prepares faculty.