Professor Kathy Sommers, BSN, MBA, EdD, RN received an unexpected and thoughtful gift from her students in the Nursing Administration track in the master’s program. Dr. Sommers often refers to one of her favorite books Our Iceberg Is Melting by John Kotterin, in discussions with her students. Knowing how much she loves the author, her students reached out to the author and obtained a signed copy of the book, which they presented to Dr. Sommers.
A couple of our Nightingales spent some time this summer doing mission work.
2016 grad Tess Robson worked in Nicaragua, cementing her belief that pediatric nursing is her life’s calling. When describing her experience, Tess said, “I had the opportunity to watch children receive love. Real, true, honest love. These kids don't have all the distractions/amenities that some children in the United States have. No Xbox. No iPhones. Not even a home that can guarantee a dry place to sleep. But these kids have joy!” Tess is now working as an RN at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
It takes a village to prepare a professional registered nurse! MCCN gives a big “thank you” to our NCLEX coaches who helped our NCLEX pass rate reach its current 93 percent.