Spotlight Stories

The stories below highlight the best of what Queens offers for students and the entire campus community. 

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The Future of Nursing

Strategic changes address a growing demand for nurses, ensuring Queens graduates are well prepared for today’s healthcare environment. Read More

Coming Full Circle

Human Service Studies Alum Luisa Agathon ’10 educates and encourages young Latina community leaders. Read More

Competing in the Classroom: Critical Thinkers Win

New professor’s sport management classroom is ideal setting for practical learning. Read More

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. Read More

Moving Toward the Next Goal

With nearly three decades as a practicing nurse, graduate student Julie delCasino nears completion of her MSN in Health Systems Management. Read More

The Future of Nursing

Presbyterian School of Nursing Director Tama Morris reflects on changes in the profession and in nursing education. Read More

Social Media Savvy

The Presbyterian School of Nursing was recently ranked as one of the Top 50 Social Media Friendly Nursing Schools in the United States. Read More

Transfer Student Follows Her Dream to Queens

Jaclyn Livingston is pursuing her Bachelor of Science in Nursing, a lifelong dream. Read More

Queens’ First Exercise and Sport Sciences Major

Sophomore Jena Ready says she is thrilled about the new offerings in the Blair College of Health. Read More

Complete Career Change

Lara Cassidy found her Queens master’s degree augmented a career change she had always wanted. Read More

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