The Reasons for Being “Passionately Engaged ” Tuskegee Nursing Alumni… Supportive of The Legacy The Tuskegee University School of Nursing has a historical legacy associated with a trend of firsts. It was originally founded by the first female to become licensed to practice medicine in the state of Alabama. The TU Nursing Program later became […]
On October 27, 2017, Retired Colonel Clarice Golightly-Jenkins (Nursing Class of ’68) was inducted into the Tuskegee University ROTC Military Hall of Fame. Clarice Golightly-Jenkins is a Tuskaloosa, Alabama native, first born of five siblings and a Druid High School graduate. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree from Tuskegee (Institute) University […]
The Alabama Board of Nursing (ABN) has begun accepting applications for the Loan Repayment Program for Advanced Practice Nursing. Applications will be accepted until 11:59 p.m. on November 30.
Tuskegee University National Nursing Alumni Association welcomes ALL Tuskegee Alumni and friends of Alumni to this get-away which includes great group discount rates and sail away cocktail parties! See you on the ship!. Join us on the The Serenade of Seas’ itinerary includes beautiful, and exciting destinations. The itinerary also offers a relaxing day at […]
Dear Nursing Alumni & Friends, Phase I of the renovations at Basil O’Connor Hall (Tuskegee University School of Nursing) are complete! Thanks to the generous contributions of Mr. James Pollin (non-alum) and the TU National Nursing Alumni Association’s (TUNNAA) Matching Fund Initiative, the TU School of Nursing’s Auditorium and a large classroom (#204/216) have been […]
Barbara H. Hartsfield, (’68), enjoys two passions, nursing and museum ownership. She has been employed with an Atlanta hospital for 43 years, (semi-retired since 2007).