Centers & Initiatives

Lillian Carter Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility

The Lillian Carter Center for Global Health & Social Repsonsibility serves as the focal point for the school's international nursing and midwifery work and coordinates several international programs for students. The Lillian Carter Center also facilitates the school's many domestic service learning programs that focus on vulnerable populations.

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Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing Education Center

The accredited Wound, Ostomoy, and Continence Nursing Education Program prepares graduates to provide specialty care for patients with acute and chronic wounds, standard and continent diversions, and fecal and urinary incontinence. 

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Center for Neurocognitive Studies

The Center for Neurocognitive Studies advances the scientific understanding of how long term disease can lead to problems with cognitive skills (like concentration, memory, and planning) and emotional distress. 

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Center for Children's Health, the Environment, the Microbiome, and Metabolomics

Researchers at the Center for Children’s Health, the Environment, the Microbiome, and Metabolomics (C-CHEM²) conduct research to understand the complex interactions among components of the prenatal and postnatal environment — toxicant exposures, the microbiome, and the metabolome — and their impacts on birth outcomes and infant health and neurodevelopment.

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T32 Training Grant

This National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) funded training program prepares pre-doctoral and post-doctoral nurse scientists to develop and test interventions to improve health outcomes of persons with or at risk for chronic conditions such as cardiovascular and neurological diseases, cancer, diabetes mellitus, HIV-AIDS, and asthma/COPD.

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Maternal and Newborn Health in Ethiopa Project

The Maternal and Newborn Health in Ethiopia Partnership (MaNHEP) is an initiative begun in 2010 to demonstrate a community-oriented model for improving maternal and newborn health (MNH) care in rural Ethiopia. The project is working in Afar, Oromia and Amhara Regions to strengthen the delivery of MNH services during the birth-to-48-hour period when mothers and newborns are most vulnerable.

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in the nation by us news and world report
7.1 m
in financial aid & scholarships
61%
BSN graduates have jobs upon graduation
500+
clinical training sites
15.1 m
in research funding
751
scholarships awarded last year
96 k
avg starting salary for MSN graduates
25 k
hours of care given to underserved populations
88%
BSN graduates who had jobs within 3 months of graduation last year
87%
MSN graduates who had jobs within 3 months of graduation last year