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 […]
Fellow Tuskegeans, TU Faculty, Staff and Friends of Alumni: The Tuskegee University National Nursing Alumni Association (TUNNAA) invites all Tuskegee University (TU) Alumni, Faculty, Staff and Friends of Tuskegeans to travel and cruise with them to embark upon a journey to explore and enjoy the intriguing culture and wonders of the… “United Arab Emirates (UAE) […]
Tuskegee University Senior Nursing student, Miss Sandy Decembre, was awarded the Alabama Public Health Associates, Inc. (AIPHA) Ruth Harrell Scholarship and the AIPHA Educational Scholarship for 2018-2019. This was the first time in AIPHA’s history that a single student was awarded both Scholarships. Sandy, a native of Haiti, has plans to return there as a […]
January 05, 2018 Contact: Michael Tullier, APR, Office of Communications, Public Relations and Marketing Tuskegee University has appointed nursing education veteran Dr. Constance Smith Hendricks as its new Dean of the School of Nursing and Allied Health, effective Jan. 2, 2018. Hendricks is no stranger to Tuskegee, where in the mid-80s she served as an […]
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.
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).