School of Nursing News

School of Nursing director Carla Hagen Read More

Alaska needs to train more nurses, but it doesn’t have enough nursing faculty to meet demand

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UAA School of Nursing director Carla Hagen speaks to KTOO about the high demand for nurses in the state of Alaska and the shortage of nursing faculty.

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Nursing alumni take on Alaska's health care needs

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The latest edition of Spirit magazine featured UAA nursing alumni taking on Alaska's needs. Since the pandemic began in early 2020, UAA's School of Nursing has graduated more than 500 new nurses into the state's health care system.

School of Nursing student Tia Hale Read More

A stronger voice, a new beginning

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Nursing science graduate Tia Hale will serve as student speaker for the spring 2022 graduate degree hooding ceremony before starting her dream job at Southcentral Foundation in inpatient pediatrics this August.

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Former School of Nursing director receives Meritorious Service Award

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Former School of Nursing director Tina DeLapp receives a Meritorious Service Award from Chancellor Parnell and Provost Runge.

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UAA professor’s work included in Reauthorization of Violence Against Women Act

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Angelia Trujillo has worked as a forensic nurse examiner, has a doctorate in forensic nursing practice and teaches population health and forensic nursing at UAA. She founded the Alaska Comprehensive Forensic Training Academy. The academy’s work was included in the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act (VAWA) of 2022, which President Biden signed into law on March 17.