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Gibb Named Dean of Mary Black School Of Nursing At USC Upstate

The University of South Carolina Upstate announces the appointment of Dr. Katharine Gibb as dean of the Mary Black School […]

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Nursing School Receives Final Approval for Master’s in Nursing

The Mary Black School of Nursing at the University of South Carolina Upstate has received final approval to offer a […]

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Dr. Katharine Gibb Named Dean of Mary Black School of Nursing

Dr. Katharine Gibb has been named the dean of the Mary Black School of Nursing, effective March 1, 2014. Dr. […]

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Upstate Research Symposium Extends Deadline

The deadline to submit papers for consideration as poster or oral presentations at the 10th annual South Carolina Upstate Research […]

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Upstate Nursing Students Participate in Health Fair at Clifdale Elementary

USC Upstate students in the Mary Black School of Nursing participated Tuesday at a health fair at Clifdale Elementary School. […]

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$15,000 Grant Will Help Purchase Equipment for Mary Black School of Nursing

The University of South Carolina Upstate’s Foundation is one of 18 nonprofits to receive a grant from The Mary Black […]

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Two New Employees Join USC Upstate

Please welcome two new employees to USC Upstate: Pierre Bouabre started work on Dec. 2 as a web applications specialist […]

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Nurse Practitioner’s Week Recognized as Nov. 10-16

November 11, 2013 All News,Mary Black School of Nursing Comments Off

Nurse Practitioner’s around the state will be recognized for their work during “Nurse Practitioner’s Week.” There are more than 171,000 […]

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USC Upstate’s Hindman Becomes State’s Only Educator with CNL Credential

 Dr. Margaret Hindman, director of graduate studies in nursing at the University of South Carolina Upstate’s Mary Black School of […]

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Nearly Half of Spartanburg Regional’s Registered Nurses Told to Go Back to School

In an effort to meet recommendations by the Institute of Medicine, nearly half of the registered nurses at Spartanburg Regional […]

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