Bernadette Melnyk, a youth mental health expert, will be the keynote speaker at the 2024 Ruth K. Palmer Symposium. Read more
CARE Pathway helps "students accomplish their dreams," donor says. Read more
The five-year strategic plan prioritizes academic excellence, research, and diversity. Read more
Several retired faculty and a University archivist are seeking to honor Loyola Nursing military veterans by collecting their stories. Read more
The Power of Nursing Leadership has honored two School of Nursing faculty: Karen Saban for her mentorship of nurse scientists and Regina Conway-Phillips for advancing health equity. Read more
Senior Grace Nelson said, "Loyola has helped me know how to talk to patients and let them know I'm going to be their advocate." Read more
Loyola Nursing has received a prestigious national honor that ranks its inclusive excellence efforts among the best nationwide. Read more
The Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing held its inaugural Inclusive Excellence Day on Sept. 26, 2023, highlighting Loyola Nursing's expanding emphasis on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Read more
Nursing pioneer Barbara Brodie, a 1957 graduate of the Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, left a gift to the school that reflects her commitment to nurse education. Read more
The descendants of Helen Sundall Goyer, a 1923 nursing school grad who treated tuberculosis patients before contracting the disease herself, have established a scholarship fund for first-generation students. Read more
Loyola Nursing placed 31st among undergraduate nursing programs nationwide, according to new rankings from U.S. News & World Report. Read more
A new $2.5 million gift from Rocco (MBA '78) and Roxanne Martino will fund Loyola nursing degrees for Arrupe College graduates.
A new study to improve mental health and mother-infant bonding Read more
Providing primary care, preventative services and wellness programming Read more
Partnering with Communities: Advancing Research to Improve Health Read more
Associate Professor Carol Kostovich to Develop Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Toolkit for Simulation Read more
Nationally-recognized nursing education and practice leader Read more
Partnering with Communities: Advancing Research to Improve Health
Meet Seth Hawkins Huisenga, the 2022 awardee of the Presidential Medallion for the Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing
The captivating story is surprisingly relevant to today’s continued struggle for equality.
Dr. Lisa Burkhart recognized at 2022 Faculty Convocation Read more
Second highest scoring BSM program in Illinois Read more
Sisters of the Resurrection establish endowment to support scholarships for nursing students from diverse backgrounds Read more
Sue Penckofer, professor emerita, receives Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of Illinois Chicago College of Nursing. Read more
"In Pursuit of Truth: the Critical Role of Research in Healthcare"
Power of Nursing Leadership honors Lee Schmidt with SAGE award. Read more
Cecilia Crane recognized for leadership, scholarship, and service.
Loyola Nursing faculty joined over 2,000 nursing leaders at Sigma Theta Tau's 46th Biennial Convention. Read more
Monique Ridosh discusses research and impact of K01 award Read more
On Saturday, October 16, the School of Nursing welcomed students, families, and faculty to celebrate the Class of 2023.
Diana Hackbarth participates in Illinois’ first all-woman veterans flight to Washington, D.C. Read more
The Sisters of the Resurrection hope their mission will live on through the students they support with these scholarships. Read more
Learn more about the Arrupe College Pathway program that allows students an alternate route to completing their BSN degree from Loyola University Chicago Nursing.
U.S. News & World Report ranks Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing's BSN program 31st (tied) out of 694 U.S. programs. Read more
The Imburgia family continues their nursing tradition by supporting the Arrupe Pathway to Nursing program. Read more
Learn more about Dian Squire, his career, and his approach to tackling issues of diversity and racial equity on a university campus. Read more
Karen and Bob Desjardins' passion for opportunity equity motivates their support of the BSN Pathway program. Read more
Amanda Peacock named to the Illinois Nurses Foundation's 2021 list of 40 under 40 Emerging Nurse Leaders. Read more
Grant will support School’s efforts to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion
in the nursing workforce Read more
Fellow Nurses, Nursing Students, and Friends of Nursing - Happy Nurses Month! Read more
Celebrate faculty leadership, research, and educational excellence at Loyola Nursing. Read more
The Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing is proud to recognize Whayoun Lee for her outstanding achievement at the Midwest Nursing Research Society (MNRS) 2021 Research Conference. Read more
Loyola Nursing faculty and students join nursing researchers from across the region for the Midwest Nursing Research Society (MNRS) Annual Research Conference. Read more
The Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing is excited to celebrate three talented faculty who recently secured funding to further their research. Read more
Two Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing faculty and two alumni joined the Illinois Nursing Foundation (INF) 2020 list of 40 under 40 Emerging Nursing Leaders in Illinois. Read more
Future nurses are learning the fundamentals of examining a patient during in-person lab classes this fall.
Leaders from both Arrupe and Loyola Nursing met and developed the BSN Pathway program, with funding support from the Hearst Foundations. In Fall 2019, the program admitted its first students. Read more
At a time when stress and anxiety is running high in the world, the Western Journal of Nursing Research reminds us of the importance of health and mindfulness. Read more
Among this year’s Distinguished Educators in Gerontological Nursing is Assistant Professor Amanda (Mandy) Peacock. Read more
Alumna’s transformational experience prompts her gift to Loyola Nursing Read more
Three short-term COVID-19 research projects were identified by the Loyola Marcella Niehoff Scool of Nursing Research Committee for funding. Read more
Students gain primary care experience working in medically underserved communities during COVID-19 Read more
Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing offers personalized advising to graduate students.
CNE & VP of Clinical Programs Debra Bournes reflects on Loyola and its impact on her leadership style during the pandemic. Read more
Angela Mahaffey publishes article exploring social distance teaching and learning
School of Nursing celebrates undergraduate class of 2020 with virtual Honors & Pinning Ceremonies Read more
Several students and faculty submitted artwork to the Nursing Arts Exhibit at the International Surgical Science Museum in celebration of the WHO designated Year of the Nurse. Read more
Learn more about Loyola Nursing's Pine Ridge Immersion program.
Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing faculty along with Loyola’s School-Based Health Center staff participated in the “Sustaining Primary Care: Behavioral Health Integration Virtual Conference” Read more
Listen to Dean Finnegan's Virtual Graduate Message from 2020
Since she first chose to pursue a nursing career, Robin Olson (BSN ‘19) has wanted to work at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago Read more
Loyola University Chicago's Nursing Class of 2020 - Dedication to the Profession.
Congratulations to the Loyola Hybrid ABSN Class of 2020.
The message below was written by Meg Carden, a member of the Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing Class of 2020, and a recipient of the Gladys Kiniery Clinical Excellence Award. Read more
The path to becoming a nurse isn’t the same for every student. Read more
It was Loyola University Chicago's Nursing curriculum, dedicated faculty, and mission that attracted Meg Ryan to the Loyola Nursing BSN. Read more
Jasmine Mirabelli uses artistic talent to express her passion for health care. Read more
Barbara Velsor-Friedrich's students consistently praise her command of course material, her creativity in teaching, and her kind and supportive mentorship. Read more
Nina Herkert (BSN ‘19) was only months into her first nursing job when the coronavirus (COVID 19) pandemic hit. Read more
Loyola’s School-Based Health Center moves student services online amidst coronavirus pandemic. Read more
Updates for the 2020 Loyola School of Nursing school year amidst COVID-19. Message from March, 2020. Read more
How a Graduate Nursing Student Changed Her Career Path and Found Her Passion for Oncology. Read more
Exercise partnerships promote health and wellness in Chicago Public Schools Read more
Congrats to graduate student Kendra Calawerts for receiving the CastleBranch Graduate Nursing Student Academy (GNSA) Scholarship for 2019. Read more
Faculty, friends, and family gathered along with alums to celebrate ABSN and Hybrid ABSN program graduates at their Honors, Pinning, and Dedication Ceremony. Read more
Congratulations Nursing instructor Amy O’Malley and Professor Diana Hackbarth for receiving a grant from the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) Dvision of School Health Programs. Read more
On Saturday, October 12, Niehoff celebrated its Class of 2021 at its Dedication to the Profession ceremony Read more
Radia Daud a nursing student projected to graduate in 2020, talks about her research project. Read more
Learn more about Kristamae Masiclat's research project: Cultural influence on second-generation Filipino nursing students. Read more
Congratulations to Kimberly Oosterhouse, PhD, RN, for being recognized as a 2019 Distinguished Educator in Gerontological Nursing by the National Hartford Center of Gerontological Nursing Excellence. Read more
New Clinical Partnership Helps Train Niehoff Students in non-Pharmacological Interventions for People with Dementia Read more
Prior to returning to Loyola for her MSN, Nikitovic worked in a transplant center that provided service to people living in under-served communities. Read more
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) awarded a $2.8M grant to Jenny O’Rourke, PhD, APN-BC, CHSE, Assistant Professor and Associate Dean, Graduate Programs. Read more
Telehealth can involve diagnosing and treating patients over a video feed, monitoring health data via smartphone technology, and more. Read more
Readmissions are expensive, reduce the patient’s overall health, and burden caregivers. Read more