The Future of Nursing
Strategic changes address a growing demand for nurses, ensuring Queens graduates like Yolondra Cochran are well prepared for today's healthcare environment.
Coming Full Circle
Human Service Studies Alum Luisa Agathon '10 educates and encourages young Latina community leaders.
Servant Leadership at Work
Junior Ronnie Compton Jr. asks "What else can I do to make a difference?'
The Power of Daily Lean Huddles
Clinical Nurse Leaders, graduates of Queens' Presbyterian School of Nursing, are recognized for their exceptional practice of Lean Huddles.
Competing in the Classroom: Critical Thinkers Win
New professor's sport management classroom is ideal setting for practical learning.
Blair College of Health
The Andrew Blair College of Health was established in 2010 to honor Dr. Andrew Blair, a prominent physician in Charlotte who passed away tragically in his early 50's in 1948. The college was funded with a generous gift from Richard and Delores Blair, who, along with the senior leadership at Queens, recognized the need for a broadening of health education opportunities in the Charlotte area. The healthcare industry generates more new jobs from year to year than any other industry, a trend that is expected to continue through the next decade. Healthcare is increasingly complex, multidisciplinary, and collaborative, with knowledge in the health sciences doubling every 18 months. State-of-the-science health education requires a multidisciplinary community of scholars. The Blair College of Health is envisioned to provide such a venue within a private university environment, and in Charlotte, the healthcare, and, sport sciences hub of the Carolinas. The Blair College of Health houses the Presbyterian School of Nursing, Human Service Studies Department, and Kinesiology Department.
Dr. Patrick Connor, Panthers head team physician, gives a behind-the-scenes look at sports medicine
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OrthoCarolina Research Institute partners with Queens' Sport Management program
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