UNE’s Karen Pardue receives Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award

Pardue award
L-R: Jennifer O’Flannery Anderson, vice president for Advancement and Community Relations, Nova Southeastern University; Marcella Rutherford, Ph.D., RN, dean of the College of Nursing, Nova Southeastern University; Pardue, and George Hanbury, Ph.D., president, Nova Southeastern University.

December 01, 2017

University of New England Interim Dean of the Westbrook College of Health Professions Karen Pardue, Ph.D., RN, ANEF, has been recognized by Nova Southeastern University for her accomplishments in the field of nursing.

The award is presented annually to alumni who have demonstrated significant scholarship or advancement to their profession, positively impacted their community and represented Nova Southeastern University in its best light. Pardue was specifically recognized by the university’s College of Nursing for her contributions to interprofessional education (IPE) theory. Her creation of the Pardue model for IPE, a pre-clinical educational framework, has served to inform the design and implementation of UNE’s innovative undergraduate IPE coursework. 

Pardue’s academic leadership has also been recognized through her engagement with the National League for Nursing and the New England Board of Higher Education.      

 

To learn more about the University of New England’s Westbrook College of Health Professions visit www.une.edu/wchp

To apply, visit www.une.edu/admissions

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