In 2017, we're marking 50 years of BSN education at Temple—celebrating the impact that our faculty, students and alumni have had on the lives of countless individuals throughout the Philadelphia region, the country and the world.
Health in the 21st Century: Re-Imagine Nursing as Community-Based
Join us for Temple University's BSN 50th anniversary celebration as we welcome our keynote speaker, award-winning documentary filmmaker Carolyn Jones, creator of the American Nurse Project, and a panel of local experts on community-based health.
Thursday, April 5, 2018
4:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Medical Education and Research Building, Temple University Health Sciences Center
More event information coming soon!
We're marking the 50th anniversary of the BSN with stories of Nursing students and alumni who have used their Temple education to impact their communities.
Katherine Berry, a senior nursing major, knew a thing or two about the military lifestyle before she joined Temple’s Army ROTC as a freshman. Now, she’s the cadet battalion commander of Temple’s Red Diamond Battalion.
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Over the last 50 years, Temple’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing program has enabled countless nurses to positively impact their communities and deliver quality care across cultures. Join us to help the next 50 years of graduates.
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