As we near the halfway mark of this academic year, we look back over 2016 with pride in our past and confidence in our future.
We congratulate and honor our founders, the Sisters of the Holy Cross, who celebrated two anniversaries this year: the 175th anniversary of the founding of their order and the 130th anniversary of their having arrived in Columbus in 1886 to administer the then new hospital, Mount Carmel West.
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Regina Sallee Williams (’52), PhD, MSN, RN, FAAN (right) was greeted by Shirley Cooley, PhD, RN, CNE, C-EFM, associate professor, at the Scholarship Dinner. Dr. Williams, who was Distinguished Alumna in 1996 and retired as head of the Department of Nursing, Eastern Michigan University in 2001, was in the first class to graduate African-American students. In 2002 Dr. Williams established the Regina Sallee Williams Scholarship for Minority Students, a highly sought honor for MCCN students.
The 50-year Honor Class – the Class of 1966 – enjoyed Homecoming activities.
Year of graduation from Mount Carmel College of Nursing: 2015, Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
Other degrees/credentials: I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from The Ohio State University before earning my BSN Cum Laude from MCCN. I am a proud member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
Professional Highlights: I am currently a travel nurse with Aya Healthcare, one of the largest travel nursing companies in the country. Today I’m working on a med/surg unit at St. Luke’s Meridian Hospital in Meridian, Idaho. Before joining Aya, I gained experience at OhioHealth, first in the Med/Surg Fellowship Program at Riverside Hospital where I worked in neuro and cardiac care and later in the trauma unit at Grant Hospital.
Year of graduation from Mount Carmel: 1976, Diploma
Other degrees/credentials: I earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) in 1989 and a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) in 1992, both from The Ohio State University, College of Nursing. In 2009 I earned my Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) from the University of Minnesota School of Nursing. My credentials include ACNS (Adult Clinical Nurse Specialist); NEA (Nurse Executive Advanced) and APRN (Advance Practice Registered Nurse, license).