Throughout her career, Christina Kelley, DNP, RN, CNS (MSN 15, DNP 19) has always stepped up to meet challenges.
On the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, nurses are being recognized for their bravery and commitment.
As our society continues to rely more and more on data, it's becoming increasingly important for people in technical disciplines to be conscious of the ethical implications.
Ryan Botts and PLNU's MICS department used 3D printers to make 650 face shields and counting for nine hospitals and clinics in Tijuana.
Professor Anna Montejano was recently recognized as one of four nurse educators of the year when she received the prestigious Nurse’s Touch Award from ATI Nursing Education.
An environmentally friendly yard doesn’t have to be barren. By choosing the right plants for your garden, you can make a positive difference for native species.
Sydney Dreves is determined to help athletes through her work and inspire other female researchers.
Yvette Currie is a licensed marriage and family therapist who shares her story as a deployed resiliency counselor (DRC) with the Navy.
Studying the sea and its inhabitants crosses many disciplines and has yielded discoveries that have improved human health. Among the scientists who are conducting ocean-related research are some of PLNU’s own.
Here’s what a colleague just asked me: “Has the Writer’s Symposium ever had a literary giant as big as Alice Walker?" It was a question that gave me pause, and it was great fun trying to think of an answer.
Today, we have greater access to other people than perhaps any time in history. Yet the access and constant connection has not diminished loneliness. In fact, today many people are deeply lonely.
“Does everyone at your company feel like a failure because all of your patients die?” My eighteen-year-old son genuinely wanted to know. I explained to him that for people in the hospice industry, death isn’t failure; it’s the completion of life.