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UNE graduate Natalie Yarid '17 (Nursing) helped save an injured cyclist
UNE graduate Natalie Yarid '17 (Nursing) helped save an injured cyclist

UNE nursing graduate recognized for saving life of cyclist

June 08, 2018

Natalie Yarid, B.S. ’17 (Nursing) is being credited by a cyclist for saving his life. Liam Somers tells the Portland Press Herald and WCSH he was cycling on the Park...

model from Pardue, K.T.; Young, P.K.; Horton-Deutsch, S.; Halstead, J., Pearsall, C. (2018). Becoming a nurse faculty leader:
model from Pardue, K.T.; Young, P.K.; Horton-Deutsch, S.; Halstead, J., Pearsall, C. (2018). Becoming a nurse faculty leader: Taking risks by being willing to fail. Nursing Forum. https://doi.org/10.1111/nuf.12244

Karen Pardue co-authors series of papers on leadership in nursing and higher ed

April 13, 2018

Karen Pardue, Ph.D., RN, CNE, ANEF, interim dean of the College of Westbrook Health Professions and professor in the Department of Nursing, recently published her fifth paper as the lead...

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.

UNE’s Karen Pardue receives Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award

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...

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