From exploring manufacturing production processes and healthcare quality outcomes, to driving high-performance BMWs, 30 rising high school seniors will have the opportunity to apply both science and math principles using Lean and Six Sigma tools to manufacturing and healthcare situations […]
Students from the University of South Carolina Upstate’s inaugural class were lauded Thursday during a reunion luncheon for being pioneers who gambled their careers on an unproven nursing program. Twenty-four of the 36 members of the Class of 1969 gathered […]
A University of South Carolina Upstate student with years of experience on the university’s staff may now find it a little easier to pursue her dream of becoming a nurse. Karen Thomas, who has worked on campus as an administrative […]
The Spartanburg County Medical Society honored University of South Carolina Upstate nursing student Kayla McAvoy at its annual Holiday Gala at the Piedmont Club. McAvoy is a recipient of the Spartanburg County Medical Society Nursing Scholarship at USC Upstate. The […]
Congratulations to Kathy Nelson, left, and Ryan Howard, right, our first two graduate students to receive the Master’s of Science in Nursing and who passed the Clinical Nurse Leader exam today!
In the U.S., one in every eight deaths is due to an obesity-related chronic health condition (ORCHC). More than half of African American women (AAW) 20 years old or older are obese or morbidly obese, as are 63% of menopausal […]
Congratulations to Monique Jones, a faculty member in the Mary Black School of Nursing, who has been named a 2016-17 Jonas Scholarship. Jones currently is attending the Georgia Baptist College of Nursing at Mercer University in Atlanta, Ga., and is […]
Through visits to private, public and government healthcare systems – and even a jungle hospital – participants will not only fulfill CEU requirements, but will also appreciate and understand serving health care needs, from major metropolitan areas like Quito, to remote areas like Shell.
Dr. Margaret Hindman, assistant professor of nursing and director of the Joint Center for Nursing Research and Scholarship at USC Upstate, has been accepted to the Fall 2012 BioMedical Informatics Fellowship program sponsored by the National Institutes of Health and the National Library of Medicine.
The stage will be set on Friday, April 20, for collaboration among colleges and the education of students as the eighth annual SC Upstate Research Symposium brings together great minds at Milliken and Company from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.