College Updates

• May 19, 2023
The country has been celebrating the contributions of nurses everywhere this May as part of National Nurses Month.
• January 24, 2023
ASU Chief Wellness Officer and Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation Dean Judith Karshmer suggests pivoting from New Year’s resolutions to recognitions.
• June 30, 2022
Shaniece Randolph reflects on her time studying abroad in Peru.
• June 30, 2022
Aida Zaki looks back on her study abroad experience and shares some of her favorite moments and memories.
• June 23, 2022
After nearly three weeks studying abroad it’s almost time to return home.
• June 16, 2022
In the second week of the program students connected with the community by completing service-learning projects.
• June 10, 2022
Students studying abroad in Peru spent the last few days taking in the sights and culture.
• June 06, 2022
Touchdown Lima! The group of students studying abroad in Edson College’s program arrived safely in Peru.
• May 23, 2022
Follow along as two of our students share their experiences taking part in the college’s study abroad program in Peru.
• May 20, 2022
The U.S. health care system needs a nursing workforce ready to serve where needed.
• April 19, 2022
Edson College now offers a Master's of Science in health care simulation.
• April 18, 2022
Some Edson College students spent their Spring Break learning and serving in Costa Rica.
• February 24, 2022
Sara Crance and Yingyan Huang are often referred to as “Trailblazers.” They are going where no ASU Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation student has gone before. Frankly, there aren’t many like them in the nation.
• January 21, 2022
As the pandemic continues into a second full year, I have to admit it’s been challenging to focus on personal resolutions. Typical goals like wanting to “eat better,” “save more money” or “travel more” seem almost too small when we’re all still facing a virus that continues taking its toll on many of our citizens and health care workers.
• December 16, 2021
Everyone reading this post deserves a round of applause, because we made it through 2021! It took some hard work and determination, but here we stand at the end of another year, with 12 months of challenges that we have overcome in our rear view mirror, and a whole year of possibilities ahead.
• October 25, 2021
The top reason to have an account on LinkedIn is so you can expand your professional presence far beyond the reach of your current position and immediate colleagues. Using this platform is an easy, practical and relevant way to build and strengthen your nursing and health care network.
• October 25, 2021
In order to make the most of LinkedIn, it is vital that you engage on the platform. You can do this by posting content, sharing content and by following or joining groups and organizations like the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation. If you do decide to publish articles or materials you’ve written as a subject matter expert here are a few things to keep in mind.
• October 25, 2021
LinkedIn is the largest online network for working professionals which is why creating and maintaining a profile is extremely beneficial for those in the health care industry or those interested in getting into the industry, including students.
• August 09, 2021
Campuses will soon be bustling with students again.
• July 19, 2021
With all that’s required of educators, it’s not surprising that sometimes we get caught up in the day-to-day of teaching and lose sight of the incredible impact we have in the real world.