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Trinity’s Baccalaureate Nursing Program Receives Full Approval from D.C. Board of Nursing

- Trinity Washington University is pleased to announce that the baccalaureate nursing program received full approval from the District of Columbia Board of Nursing in December 2018. The D.C. Board of Nursing granted full approval to the nursing program as a result of Trinity’s achievement of a first-time NCLEX pass rate of 82.6%, above the required threshold of 80%. “This is excellent news for Trinity and especially for our baccalaureate nursing program,” said President Patricia McGuire. “Congratulations to Dr. Denise Pope, Associate Dean of Nursing and Chief Nursing Officer, to the dedicated nursing faculty, and to Dr. Mary Romanello, Dean of …
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Joanne and William Conway Establish Nursing Scholarship Program at Trinity Washington University

- Trinity Washington University President Patricia McGuire announced the establishment of the Joanne and William Conway Scholarship Program for high-achieving, low-income students who intend to enter the nursing profession. Through their foundation, Joanne and William Conway pledged a commitment of $2.8 million to provide scholarships to young women from the District of Columbia, Prince George’s and Montgomery Counties who have high potential to complete a nursing degree at Trinity in four or five years. “The Trinity community is deeply grateful to Joanne and William Conway, who, through their Bedford Falls Foundation, generously support aspiring nurses in the District of Columbia and …
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Dr. Mary Romanello Named Dean of Trinity’s School of Nursing and Health Professions

- Provost Virginia Broaddus announced the appointment of Dr. Mary Romanello as the founding dean of Trinity’s newly established School of Nursing and Health Professions.  Trinity launched its nursing program in 2007 and it has surpassed its enrollment goals.  Trinity formally created the School of Nursing and Health Professions this fall to support the rapid growth of the nursing program and to develop new degree programs in fields such as occupational therapy, speech language therapy, exercise physiology and other disciplines.  
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pauleya@trinitydc.edu, (202) 884-9725.