Doctoral Advancement in Nursing

The Doctoral Advancement in Nursing Mentoring Program is designed to guide prospective doctoral nursing students in making application to a nursing doctoral program. A mentor serves as a guide and resource who paves the way to success, and you will derive satisfaction from helping others succeed. 

Your role as mentor is to assist and guide your assigned mentees in achieving the goals outlined in plan. Mentors and mentees will enter into a mutual agreement that sets forth their commitments to each other. Mentors inspire, encourage, and contribute to professional and personal development of their assigned mentees. 

To learn more about how to become a Mentor or Mentee 
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This I believe... Scholar Essays

I believe this about nursing... "Nursing is spending time assessing the total needs of a patient to increase overall health."
Class of
November, 2013
I believe this about nursing… "Nursing is not only a career but a distinct way of improving people’s life by managing their health problems, maintaining health, and enhancing healthy state."
Class of
November, 2013
I believe this about nursing… "it is for me!"
Class of
March, 2013
I believe this about nursing... “Nursing has given me a second chance.”
Class of
August, 2012

I believe this about nursing…  “The positive characteristics we strive to possess can be developed by being of service to others.”
 

Class of
November, 2010

This I believe about nursing… “Nursing is about the integration of all parts of well-being, and that is why it is the path for me.”

Class of
September, 2009

This I believe about nursing… “It is a way of life for those willing to dedicate their time to helping others.”

Class of
August, 2009

Realizing the Dream Graduate Essays

Now that I’ve realized the dream of becoming a nurse, my enthusiasm to take the nursing profession to the highest level that it can be has grown beyond my imagination.
Class of Class of 2012
April, 2014
"I've realized that..."it truly is what I have found, a dream."
Class of Class of 2012
January, 2014
 "I've realized that 'advocacy for early childhood education, sex education, literacy, drug rehabilitation, welfare, food security, parenting classes, and humane mental health treatment IS nursing.'"
Class of Class of 2012
December, 2013
Class of Class of 2013
September, 2013
 "I've realized that health care is 'predictive, personalized, preemptive and participatory'." 
Class of Class of 2012
May, 2013

Now that I’ve realized the dream...

Class of Class of 2010
March, 2013

Now that I’ve realized the dream...

Class of Class of 2012
February, 2013