Friday, May 31
Berkshire Nurse Receives Bachelor's Degree and High Praise from Peers
Ashlee MacDonald ’13, R.N., knew she wanted to be a nurse from a young age.
Wednesday, May 15
From Africa to Chicopee, Two Students Earn Second Degrees in Nursing
Chrispina Chitemerere and Joseph Baffour never knew each other before enrolling in the Elms College Accelerated Second Degree in Nursing program, but have a lot more in common than their home continent of Africa.
Tuesday, April 30
Nursing Students Create Project to Reduce Medication Errors
Salvatore Dimino '13 and David Paier '13 recognized an opportunity for improving the way patients’ medications were handled at one of the clinical sites.
Wednesday, April 24
Brother Michael Duffy Receives Paul Harris Award
Br. Michael Duffy, D.N.P., A.P.R.N.-B.C., Elms College coordinator of the accelerated second degree in nursing program and assistant clinical professor, is one of three local citizens who will be honored at the Rotary Club of Chicopee's Annual Paul Harris Fellowship Dinner for his committment to "service above self."
Friday, February 1
Nursing Students Help Agencies Follow Executive Orders
Junior nursing students created a 20-recipe cookbook to help local agencies follow new state guidelines for nutrition.
Monday, January 7
Providing Care to Chicopee's Homeless
As part of his doctoral project, Br. Michael Duffy has turned an old camping RV into a mobile nursing unit that will provide health services to the homeless of underserved of Chicopee.
Tuesday, June 19
Senior Project Brings Community Together
Cara Martin '12 used a popular annual competition at Elms College as the inspiration for her senior project as she helped developed a program for the veterans at Holyoke Soldier’s Home.
Saturday, June 2
Elms College Breaks Ground on Center for Natural and Health Sciences
Elms College broke ground on the Center for Natural and Health Sciences--a new five-story facility that will house state-of-the-art laboratory and classroom spaces and bring all of the college's science programs into one building.