Emphasizing Empathy: Honoring a Commitment to Care

November 17, 2011 - Long before I ever dreamed I’d be associated with a Nursing program, I had a nurse as my heroine.  I’ve thought a lot about my “nurse heroine” in the past months and particularly in the past days as we’ve honored veterans here at Trinity and beyond.  The nurse in question was my great aunt, Mary Muscoe Broaddus, who served as a Second Lieutenant in the US Army, saw duty in France during World War I, and retired as Head Nurse at Fort Bragg in North Carolina in 1943.  Never married, she was my father’s godmother, and he was her surrogate … Continue reading
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Registration’s Open: Anticipating 2012

November 1, 2011 - Fall is here, winter is coming, and just as we gear up to count blessings in November and prepare for finals in December, registration for Winter and Spring 2012 is upon us.  For some of our students, this Fall semester is their last at Trinity, for they’ll be graduating in December, and we look forward to celebrating at that time.  For all of us at Trinity, it’s a time of new beginnings and of exciting anticipation for all that an education holds, and our faculty, staff, and administrators are all eager to help our students plan for their future academic … Continue reading
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